The Colonial Williamsburg Interpreter, volume 23, number 3, Fall 2002

Description

The Newsworthy Somerset Case: Repercussions in Virginia -- "Smile for the Camera!" (Obscura, That Is) -- Cook’s Corner: "Warfare without Glory ": Women and Food in the Eighteenth Century -- The Bird Organ -- Autumn 1774 Calendar -- Questions and Answers -- The Bothy’s Mould: College of William and Mary’s garden -- "Well, in Our Country, ..." [roads] -- Arts & Mysteries: Would You Really have Been Here? Women in the Historic Trades Department -- Extracts from the Autobiography of the Reverend James Ireland -- Bruton Heights Update: New at the Rock: Becoming Americans Story Lines: New Materials in the Rockefeller Library -- New Items in the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library's Special Collections Section -- New Acquisitions of Materials for Children: Janice McCoy Memorial Collection -- The Interpreter’s Corner: On the Tip of My Tongue -- Editor’s Notes

Citation

“The Colonial Williamsburg Interpreter, volume 23, number 3, Fall 2002,” Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Publications , accessed May 26, 2022, https://cwfpublications.omeka.net/items/show/105.

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