History Of Williamsburg Church

Author: James A. Wallace
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Dialogue In Williamsburg

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Continuous Progress Program Williamsburg County South Carolina

Author: United States. Office of Education. Division of Compensatory Education
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The Youth Of Jefferson Or A Chronicle Of College Scrapes At Williamsburg In Virginia A D 1764

Author: John Esten Cooke
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Recollections And Gathered Fragments Of Mrs Lydia N Cox Of Williamsburg L I

Author: Phoebe Palmer
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Favorite Meals From Williamsburg

Author: Charlotte Turgeon
Editor: Colonial Williamsburg
ISBN: 9780879350666
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Offers traditional and contemporary recipes

Cumulative List Of Organizations Described In Section 170 C Of The Internal Revenue Code Of 1954

Author: United States. Internal Revenue Service
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Williamsburg A Seasonal Sampler

Author: Thad W. Tate
Editor: Colonial Williamsburg
ISBN: 9780879351656
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Staff photographer David Doody's stunning color photographs capture Williamsburg's year-round beauty. The cycle of the seasons presents the glory of springtime blossoms and flowering trees, the agricultural tasks accomplished in the heat of a Tidewater summer, the heightened pace autumn brings, and the tranquility of soft, white wintertime snows.

Williamsburg

Author: Victor Lederer
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738537924
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There is no New York neighborhood that boasts a richer history or more exciting present than Williamsburg. At first a quiet waterside community, Williamsburg briefly became a wealthy suburb of Manhattan in the middle of the nineteenth century. Heavy industrialization and a tidal wave of immigrants later turned Williamsburg into New York's poorest, most crowded quarter. With images drawn chiefly from the rich photographic collection of the Brooklyn Historical Society, Williamsburg illustrates the neighborhood's transformation from one of New York's most impoverished and least fashionable neighborhoods to a modern-day example of the city's capacity for self-renewal.

Williamsburg In America Series

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Williamsburg

Author: Will Molineux
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738513799
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Today, much of Williamsburg appears as it once was-the colonial capital of Virginia, where patriots forged many of the principles of American democracy. This historic city attracts a million visitors a year, including many world leaders. They come to walk the streets trod by George Washington, to stand in the legislative hall where Patrick Henry spoke out for liberty, and to be inspired by the words of Thomas Jefferson. Twentieth-century residents of Williamsburg have witnessed dramatic changes in their community. First, before World War II, was the re-creation of the Historic Area-the fulfillment of a vision seen by a clergyman and financed by John D. Rockefeller Jr. In recent decades there has been an ongoing burst of construction to accommodate the influx of visitors and newcomers. Once an almost forgotten, out-of-the-way place, Williamsburg has become a thriving city and one of America's most popular tourist destinations. With photographs from the archives of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and local newspapers, Williamsburg presents a record of building activity and the restoration that returned the city to the eighteenth century and made its streets into pathways to the past. Included are the transformations of the city's two principal institutions, the College of William and Mary and Eastern State Hospital, as well as a photographic curtain call for Paul Green's outdoor drama The Common Glory. The people who have participated in making Williamsburg a vibrant, modern community and the famous visitors who have celebrated its heritage are highlighted in this fitting tribute to an American landmark.

Williamsburg

Author: Catherine Calvert
Editor: Clarkson Potter Publishers
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A unique guide offers hundreds of interior decorating ideas for applying the eighteenth-century Williamsburg style indoors and out, featuring photographs of rooms especially decorated for the book and suggestions for mixing old and new. 25,000 first printing.

History Of That Part Of The Susquehanna And Juniata Valleys

Author: Franklin Ellis
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The Insiders Guide To Williamsburg

Author: Michael Bruno
Editor: Falcon Guides
ISBN: 9780912367903
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A guide to accommodations, attractions, restaurants, shopping, history, sports, recreation and more of Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown in Virginia.

A Catalogue Of The College Of William And Mary In Virginia

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Williamsburg

Author: Bill Harris
Editor: Gramercy
ISBN: 9780517072745
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The wonderfully accurate restoration of Colonial Williamsburg never ceases to inspire Americans as well as visitors from all over the world. It has also made them aware of their country's history, so much of which took place in this small city that was Virginia's capital. The charm of Colonial Williamsburg is captured in these pages in over 150 photographs that help provide a permanent reminder of this beautiful place.

Colonial Williamsburg

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Rebellion And Reconciliation

Author: Joan D. Dolmetsch
Editor: Colonial Williamsburg
ISBN: 9780879350321
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"Illustrated in this catalog are 100 political satires on the American Revolution from the Colonial Williamsburg collection. Each full-page illustration is accompanied by a brief interpretation and explanation, plus complete information on its original publication."--Jacket.