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“Military Through the Ages” to Celebrate 26th Anniversary

By Bob Ruegsegger For more than a quarter of a century, the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation has hosted Military Through the Ages at Jamestown Settlement in James City County. This popular annual event chronicles centuries of military history from Medieval to Modern times. “It’s an excellent event,” observed Todd Johnson, an assistant site manager with JYF. “It …

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It’s Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmas in Colonial Williamsburg

By Bob Ruegsegger Colonial Revival Christmas decorations have begun appearing in the Historic Area on Duke of Gloucester Street, and the sky above Virginia’s Colonial capital has been ablaze with the vibrant glow of fireworks during the Grand Illumination. Area visitors and residents are purchasing fruited della Robbia-style wreaths and swags by the dozens at …

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