Come visit an interpretive camp of a small American Indian delegation to Williamsburg. Native nations came to Williamsburg regularly in the 18th century to discuss matters of trade, warfare, and diplomacy. Temporary camps served as quarters for tribal delegations. This interpretive camp explores the life ways of regional indigenous peoples, and their policies with the colony of Virginia.
Dates & Times
American Indian Encampment
American Indian Life Series
A different program each day will examine a specific aspect of American Indian history, society, and role in the American story.
Bruton Parish Church
Walk Where Founders Worshiped
Open to the Public
A Repsite for Military Families