Williamsburg Journey: From Freddie Vogelbaum to John "The Tory" Randolph

This is the ship that the Jamestown settlers used to sail across the Atlantic Ocean. I wouldn't want to be a settler.

This ship (the Susan Constant) was one of the ships used to sail the Atlantic Ocean by the settlers. The living quarters were tiny, and people had work and sleep shifts all the time. It was a scary trip too, and almost everyone retched.

This was a compass used by the English settlers. It was used if they were lost in the ocean

This was completely invented by the English settlers at Jamestown. They used this when they were lost, or if they didn't know where to go when they really needed to. Navigating the ocean was hard, and this was often used.

This is the house of George Wythe

This house is George Wythe's. He is a Patriot, so I wouldn't ever visit him. However, since other members of my family are Patriots, I may have to visit at dinner or something.

This is a bedroom

This room identifies how rich George Wythe was. He was also an elegant man, living in a wealthy house. I don't like Patriots, and this house is a Patriot house. George Wythe signed the Declaration of Independence first in Virginia.

My favorite part of the house is the parlor, because it is a lot of fun. It is a place of entertainment, and usually music is played there, and I like music. However, my brothers and I usually have a drink and play cards at the parlor.

This is the shop of a tin smith.

This is a tinsmith's shop. It smells like burning coals, due to the fire that burns the tin. It is mostly a lot of clanging and banging around in there, along with the fire. It looks like a shop that is completely made out of tin, which is what it is.


Everything that is made by a tin smith is made out of tin. The tinsmith makes musketballs and even mini cannonballs, but I don't buy that. I usually buy the tin bottles, and other stuff like that that is made of tin. I dislike the musketballs, because of the fact that they supply the patriots. I would have my slave go to the store and buy my food, and then bring it back to me at home.

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