in Podcasts, What's New
April 22, 2013
What were the types and tones of interactions among European settlers, native peoples, and Africans in colonial Virginia?
in History, Podcasts, What's New
March 25, 2013
Williamsburg’s first school for African-American children is led by a tireless schoolmistress. Interpreter Antoinette Brennan tells the life story of Anne Wager, a woman to be remembered.
in Books, Podcasts
March 11, 2013
This week on the podcast, Architectural Historian Carl Lounsbury talks about the architectural hallmarks of the Chesapeake region described in the new book, The Chesapeake House
Listen to the podcast.
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Learn about the upcoming Chesapeake House conference.
in Museums, Podcasts
February 25, 2013
A 130-year span of keyboard instruments documents a revolution in colonists’ musical tastes. See the progression in “Changing Keys,” a new exhibit at the Museums of Colonial Williamsburg. Curator John Watson describes the outlay.
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in History, Podcasts
February 12, 2013
The ancient trade of bookbinding in all its 28 steps is preserved by Master Bookbinder Bruce Plumley. Learn about the engineering and artistry bound up in each tome in this week’s podcast.