The Civil War Battle of Williamsburg
May 5, 1862
painting of the battlefield hanging in Fort Magruder Hotel lobby
NEW…..I now offer an entertaining one hour evening lantern tour through historic Williamsburg. I sumerize the Battle of Williamsburg VA and the aftermath. I including stories of residents under the subsequent occupation of Williamsburg by Union forces. There are stories are of the patriotic women, some spies, who let the northern occupiers know their feelings. Great stories ! This is another period of history of Williamsburg that you will not want to miss. It is an entertaining and facinating part of history of this great city.
Visitors will view the house occupied by General Joseph Johnson and later by his pursuer General George McClellan.See the bullet holes in the weather-vane. The stories of occupied Williamsburg are phenomenal and may of the best stories involve the patriotism of the southern ladies of Williamsburg.
A private one hour tour – Cost $100 for your group (can have up to 8 persons for this price- additional persons are prorated)
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Line of Redoubts and Redans East side of Williamsburg