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Capitol building - Colonial Williamsburg, VA

Capitol building - Colonial Williamsburg, VA

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Photo Essay: A Spectacular Look at Colonial Williamsburg After Sunset

Colonial Williamsburg is beautiful from sunup to sundown! Here are spectacular evening shots taken by local photographers at different times during the year.

George Wythe house, Palace Green, Williamsburg, VA. Built mid-1750s by Richard Taliaferro, Wythe's father-in-law. Wythe was a leader of the patriot movement in Virginia, a delegate to the Continental Congress, and Virginia’s first signer of the Declaration of Independence. He also ranked amoung the finest of lawyers, legal scholars and teachers.  His wife died in 1787, he remained until 1791 at which time he moved to Richmond to serve as a judge on Virginia’s court of Chancery.

Wythe House was the Williamsburg, Virginia home of George Wythe, signer of the Declaration of Independence and father of American jurisprudence. It is located in what is now Colonial Williamsburg, on Palace Green, adjacent to Bruton Parish Church.

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Window to our past, present and future Colonial Williamsburg VA

Window to our past, present and future Colonial Williamsburg VA

Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Gazette

Colonial Williamsburg Education Outreach E-Newsletter : The Colonial Williamsburg Official History & Citizenship Site I love this website, just wish I taught social studies. This has great information and resources for fifth grade social studies.