The Colonial Williamsburg Interpreter, volume 24, number 2, Summer 2003

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Great Hopes for Great Hopes -- A Portrait of York County Middling Planters and Their Slaves, 1760-1775 -- The Brafferton Experiment: The Life and Times of a Catawba Indian Named John Nettles Illustrate the Failures and Successes of William and Mary's Grand Educational Experiment with America's Native Sons -- Arts & Mysteries: Recent Arrivals, Former Loyalties -- Did You Know? The Charles Steuart Portrait -- The Language of Clothing: An Exhibition at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum -- Leisure Wear: Eighteenth-Century Style -- Interpretive Training Department at Home in William Finnie House -- The Bothy’s Mould: Landscapes of Virginia and Great Britain -- Questions and Answers -- The Interpreter’s Corner: Focusing on the Guest: More Important Than Ever -- Extracts from the Autobiography of the Reverend James Ireland (Fourth Installment, circa 1769 -1770) -- Bruton Heights Update: New at the Rock: Becoming Americans Story Lines: New Titles in the Rockefeller Library -- New Items in the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library's Special Collection Section -- Cook’s Corner: "Professor Gwatkin of William and Mary on the Manners of the Virginians, c. 1770" -- Editor’s Notes

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“The Colonial Williamsburg Interpreter, volume 24, number 2, Summer 2003,” Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Publications , accessed May 26, 2022, https://cwfpublications.omeka.net/items/show/108.

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