Colonial foodways text by ed crews from left jim gay barbara ball frank clark rob brantley dennis cotner and susan holler of colonial williamsburgs foodways program set out a grand meal in the governors palace kitchen james gay and susan holler teach guests about colonial food processing cooking and consumption the teams . Colonial williamsburg uncovered decades of archaeology have revealed many details about virginias former capital colonial williamsburg foundation senior staff archaeologist meredith poole sorts out postholes from an eighteenth century fence that enclosed williamsburgs public armoury during the american revolution a series of . As an 18th century colony of the british empire colonial williamsburg served as a port of call for ships from all corners of the world and the menu at james shields tavern reflects those global influences. Part 7 of the colonial williamsburg foundation archive series colonial life through a lens this 1980 documentary is ivor noel humes four year archaeological discovery of martins hundred plantation a 17th century plantation that supplied many of the agricultural needs of williamsburg
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