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Snowy winter morning, Roscoe-Cole House on Market Square, Colonial Williamsburg. Photo by David M. Doody

Snowy winter morning on Market Square | Colonial Williamsburg Photography

Black and White Palace Snow...a brief accout of sever winters in Virginia's past ...

Virginia’s Cold History: Have You Heard of the “Washington & Jefferson” Snowstorm?

Black and White Palace Snow...a brief accout of sever winters in Virginia's past ...

Leicester Longwool Sheep in a snow covered pasture.  Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area,  Photo by David M. Doody

Leicester Longwool Sheep in a snow covered pasture. Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area, Photo by David M.

Prentis in Colonial Williamsburg.  There a lots of cute little shops on Duke of Gloucester Street that sell reproduction goods from jewelry to household items.

Prentis in Colonial Williamsburg. There a lots of cute little shops on Duke of Gloucester Street that sell reproduction goods from jewelry to household items.

James Geddy House

Colonial Williamsburg - Experience life in the century at America's largest outdoor history museum

In April 1773 tailor Severinus Durfey announced his move to the house formerly occupied by Mrs. Blaikley. He hued the Durfey Shop to the west for tailoring activities & for other commercial purposes. The golden fleece of the signboard is the traditional symbol of a tailor's shop.

In April 1773 tailor Severinus Durfey announced his move to the house formerly occupied by Mrs. Blaikley. He hued the Durfey Shop to the west for tailoring activities & for other commercial purposes. The golden fleece of the signboard is the traditional symbol of a tailor's shop.

A Historic Look at Merchants Square.

Merchants Square began as a retail center in Colonial Williamsburg architectural historian Edward Chappell describes the origins and architectural inte.

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