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BR-50038-07Public Programs: Interpreting America's Historic Places: Implementation GrantsColonial Williamsburg FoundationFrom Subjects to Citizens: Williamsburg and the American Revolution11/1/2007 - 10/31/2010$341,833.00JamesP.P.Horn   Colonial Williamsburg FoundationWilliamsburgVA23185-4138USA2007U.S. HistoryInterpreting America's Historic Places: Implementation GrantsPublic Programs34183303418330

Implementation of a web site about Williamsburg during the American Revolution and about our rights and responsibilities as citizens of the experimental democratic republic founded at that time.

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation proposes to create a comprehensive website on the American Revolution. Showcasing Virginia and Williamsburg, the site will feature a broad range of descriptive material spanning the period from 1754 until 1800, documents, images, buildings and objects from our collections, themes developed in The Revolutionary City (the Foundation?s new daily on-site program), and innovative educational media. The website is anticipated to become a standard reference point for anyone interested in the Revolution, and more particularly in the role played by Williamsburg and Virginia.