Colonial Williamsburg journal
February 1, 2013
Read the story in the winter journal Colonial Williamsburg.
January 25, 2013
“The word “private” derives from the Latin privatus, meaning “deprived” or “separated,” particularly from public office or participation in government. In that sense, the private man was the opposite of the public man. Yet privacy, as understood in the eighteenth century and today, is more than the separation of public from private.”
Read more in this article from the Winter 2013 journal Colonial Williamsburg.
January 1, 2013
Rattle-Skull, Stonewall, Bogus, Blackstrap, Bombo, Mimbo, Whistle Belly, Syllabub, Sling, Toddy, and Flip
If you toasted the New Year last night, you took part in a tradition as old as America. Have a look at Drinking in Colonial America, an article from the journal Colonial Williamsburg, to learn how our forebears celebrated.
December 28, 2012
View the slideshow.
Learn more about colonial toys.
December 21, 2012
December 6, 2012
Read Christmas in Prints from the journal Colonial Williamsburg.