I purchased this for the grandchildren before we visited Williamsburg. They read a section each day and reported back to me one fact they learned from that day's reading. Read morePublished 8 months ago by JoyceA
I got this to help in teaching Colonial Times in 4th grade. It had great illustrations and explanations. What a resource.Published 17 months ago by Puzzlemaker
Very instrumental in the Virginia Studies curriculum. Can be used with VS4and VS 5..Can be used in a research center or as part of reading.Published 18 months ago by inthebit
This book is straight forward and packed with answers to very common questions. Easily to read and a great for school setting!Published 19 months ago by annieb
this book was for my grandson , he loves to read,and he said grandma i like that book williamburg in colonial days he said he read it all time and he said he learns from it and... Read morePublished on June 15, 2013 by shawjazzman
It's Marxism for little people.
There is the gentry class.
Then there are the middling sort -- merchants, freedmen, tradesmen, skilled craftspeople. Read more