In the spring of 1780, the military focus of the Revolution had turned to the South, and Charleston was besieged. From Virginia, a detachment of State troops is formed to be sent as relief to the city. Included in this detachment were those who belonged to the State Garrison Regiment. Learn about the experience of those who went South and the impact they had on the campaigns and battles.
Dates & Times
State Garrison Goes South
Revolutionary Points of View
Step back in time to the eve of the American Revolution, and there are just as many opinions about war and independence as we hear about politics and religion today.
Open to the Public
200 Years of Returns: First Look
Join us for a reading of “200 Years of Returns,” followed by a discussion with the team from Colonial Williamsburg and B4 Youth Theatre visiting from Liberia.
Art Museums Admission
Visit a Nation Builder- Ann Wager
Step into the past with Ann Wager, educator of free and enslaved children. Through stories and questions, explore the hopes, choices, and challenges she faced.