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Product NameJamestown Williamsburg Yorktown: The Official Guide to America's Historic Triangle
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AuthorColonial Williamsburg Foundation
Page Count280
BindingPaperback
Published09/01/2010
Long DescriptionFrom 1607 to 1783, Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown played an important role in our nation's development by serving as the stage for key ideas and events that shaped American history. Here the first permanent English settlement was established, ideas of independence took root, and the American Revolution was won. As our nation celebrates its 400th anniversary, what better time to visit America's birthplace? This lively and lavishly illustrated guide will help you make the most of your visit. More than 250 color illustrations and maps feature the area's must-see historic sites and attractions as well as hotels, restaurants, recreation, and more. Softbound, 280 pages.
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