Colonial Schools
Shoemaker's Shop and other Workers
Governor's Palace
Miscellaneous
Church and Tavern
100
Boys in Williamsburg learned how to read, write, and do arithmetic here.
What is the College of William and Mary?
100
The owner of the shop.
Who is the master craftsman?
100
These were approved or rejected by the Governor.
What are laws?
100

The spelling of the main government building where lawmakers meet.

What is CAPITOL

100
Colonists went here for food, drink, or to relax and visit with friends.
What is the tavern?
200
Girls in Colonial Williamsburg learned prayers, the alphabet, knitting, and sewing here.
What is the Dame School?
200
A skilled worker who does not own his own shop, but does get paid to work in the shop.
Who is a journeyman?
200
This group created and voted on bills.
What is the Assembly?
200

the activities of governments and the people who work in them

what are politics?

200
The most important people in the community sat here in the church.
What is close to the pulpit?
300
One of the famous men who attended the College of William and Mary.
Who is George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, or John Tyler?
300
An unpaid worker in a shop who is learning a skill from more experienced workers.
Who is an apprentice?
300
This man-made waterway was near the Governor's Palace, and added to the beauty of the place.
What is a canal?
300

a person who works at a job that requires manual or artistic skill

Who are craftsmen?

300
This was a tasty soup eaten at the tavern in Williamsburg.
What is peanut soup?
400
The name for a fancy stitched cloth with the alphabet, sentences, or even pictures, made by girls in Colonial Times.
What is a sampler?
400
A person who made barrels and other containers.
What is a cooper?
400
He appointed the Governor.
Who is the King?
400

a craft or an occupation that requires manual, artistic, or mechanical skill

What is a trade?

400
The church in Williamsburg was this type of church.
What is Anglican?
500
Small schools in Colonial Williamsburg were intended for these non-white children.
Who are Native Americans and African Americans?
500
A person who made objects out of iron, like horseshoes and plows.
What is a blacksmith?
500
This is when a person is released from blame for a crime.
What is a pardon?
500

a draft of an idea for a law that is then considered by lawmakers

What is a bill?

500
He was the head of Virginia's Anglican Church.
Who is the Governor?
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