Audio Journeys explore The Life of African Americans in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. The first capital of the colonies, Colonial Williamsburg tells the story in the years preceding and during the American Revolution. Four hundred years of history across the Commonwealth of Virginia series.
"African Americans in Colonial Williamsburg"
Audio Journeys tour Explore Park in the Shenandoah Valley, Roanoke, Virginia. On the Blue Ridge Parkway, Explore Park’s visitors' center is open, the Living History Tour, the subject of this Audio Journey is currently closed. Four hundred years of history across the Commonwealth of Virginia series.
In 1879, due to its central location in the center of the country, Aberdeen became the hub of the Milwalkee Railroad. Patricia Lawrence is exploring Aberdeen with railroad men who lived some of that history.
Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge north of Aberdeen South Dakota, is one of be best places for bird watching in the USA and has been designated an area of international importance. Patricia Lawrence explores and gets up close to the prairie ecosystems with park managers.
Audio Journeys explore St. John’s Church in Richmond Virginia. St. John’s Church is one of the most important buildings in the American Revolution. It was here that the 2nd Virginia Convention was held in March 1775 with over 100 revolutionaries attending, including George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson. Four hundred years of history across the Commonwealth of Virginia series.
Audio Journeys explore Luther Burbank Home and Gardens in Santa Rosa California. It was here that the famous horticulturalist Burbank developed most of his 800 varieties of vegetables, flowers and trees.
Audio Journeys explore Pamunkey Indian Museum in King William, Virginia with basket weaver and curator, Joyce Palemoon Krigsvold. Pamunkey Indians now number one hundred people, of a once very large and powerful tribe on the east coast of USA since the Ice Age. Four hundred years of history across the Commonwealth of Virginia series.