Throughout the 18th century the continued practice of captive taking, utilized by American Indian tribes in the South and North eastern woodlands, created an influx of new citizens to their communities. This discussion with an American Indian Interpreter will explore these unique definitions of citizenship and how they stood apart from European colonial society.
Dates & Times
Captives to Citizens
The Jug Broke Theatre Co. captures the spontaneity and energy of multiple musicians who happen to be playing in the same space at the same time.
Alcohol in 18th and 19th c. Virginia
Author Tara Nurin discusses both the common and unique ways alcohol production in colonial and pre-industrial Virginia was produced by women.
Art Museums Admission
Weathervanes in Williamsburg
Weathervanes were a familiar sight in 18th-century Williamsburg. Talk with a blacksmith and discover the history, construction, and meaning of weathervanes.