Throughout the 18th century the continued practice of captive taking, utilized by American Indian tribes in the South and North eastern woodlands, created an influx of new citizens to their communities. This discussion with an American Indian Interpreter will explore these unique definitions of citizenship and how they stood apart from European colonial society.
Dates & Times
Captives to Citizens
Take part in an exciting auction! Bid on selected items from Colonial Williamsburg stores as well as exclusive items not available elsewhere.
Open to the Public
Nation Builders Discuss the Institution of Slavery
Join two Nation Builders to discuss how they viewed the complicated tragedy that was the institution of slavery.
Art Museums Admission
Witchcraft in Colonial Virginia
Historian Carson Hudson discusses how colonial Virginians shared a common belief in the supernatural and the existence of witches with their northern neighbors.