Presents a picture of the physical and social environment in the Virginia Colony immediately preceding the Revolutionary War. Portrays representative aspects of life on plantation, and in Williamsburg, the political and social center of the colony. Considers aspects of salvery; methods of manufacture and transportation; practices in medicine and penology; and the architecture, costumes and social customs of the period. For stock footage inquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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