The Colonial Williamsburg Interpreter, volume 21, number 4, Winter 2000

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John Montour: Life of a Cultural Go-Between -- The Burwells Move Their Slaves to the Southside -- Bruton Heights Update: New at the Rock: Becoming Americans Story Lines -- "His wild heart long'd for the Blood of our Savr. ": Religious Convergences and Indian Identity in Eighteenth Century Pennsylvania -- African Virginians and the Colonial Virginia Militia -- Rare Breeds at Colonial Williamsburg -- Questions & Answers -- Cook’s Corner: cooking equipment -- Museum News -- James Geddy: The Average Tradesman's Responses to the Consumer Revolution -- Squeezing in the Last Story Line! -- Editor’s Notes

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“The Colonial Williamsburg Interpreter, volume 21, number 4, Winter 2000,” Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Publications , accessed November 27, 2021, https://cwfpublications.omeka.net/items/show/98.

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