The Colonial Williamsburg Interpreter, volume 22, number 4, Winter 2001

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Wetherburn's Refurbished: Re-creating an Eighteenth-Century Virginia Tavern -- New Findings at Henry Wetherburn's Tavern -- Matters of Menus, Men, Meals, and Meats -- "They came empty-handed, not empty-headed": Harvey Bakari’s 2001 trip to West Africa part 1 -- The Bothy's Mould: eighteenth century gardening tools -- Life on Courthouse Green: A View from the St. George Tucker House -- From A Brief and True Report Concerning Williamsburg in Virginia by Rutherfoord Goodwin (from Chapter 4) -- Cook’s Corner: tableware -- Questions and Answers -- Brave and Gallant Soldiers: African Americans and the Continental Army -- The Highland Pipe and Scottish Society 1750 -1950: A book review -- Bruton Heights Update: New at the Rock: Becoming Americans Story Lines New Titles in the Rockefeller Library and Special Collections -- Reference Books for Children: Janice McCoy Memorial Collection -- An End ... and a Beginning [Becoming Americans]

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“The Colonial Williamsburg Interpreter, volume 22, number 4, Winter 2001,” Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Publications , accessed May 26, 2022, https://cwfpublications.omeka.net/items/show/102.

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