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18th-Century Style Reading of the Declaration of Independence

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At noon on the Fourth of July, residents of the 18th-century Colonial Williamsburg community read the Declaration of Independence from the steps of the Courthouse and surrounding area. Immediately following, they share their personal perspectives on the meaning of this historic document.

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In Person, Outdoor, Social Activity

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beginner-friendly

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