Join Clementina Rind, owner and editor of the Virginia Gazette, as she decides what will be printed in her paper in the politically charged year of 1774. Solely responsible for what she puts in her paper, Clementina knows that people up and down the colonies read her voice in her press. She strives to maintain her standards as she evaluates submissions and airs others' opinions. Get an inside look at how she endeavors to uphold the Motto of her paper: “Open to all Parties, But influenced by None.”
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Madam, Give a Place in your Paper
Marching into Evening
Gather on Market Square to celebrate America's enduring story with our world-renowned Fife and Drum corps!
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Behind-the-Scenes Tour at Bruton Heights
Explore historic preservation and research with the experts. Approx. 90 minutes.
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Lafayette and the French Revolution
The Marquis de Lafayette saw two revolutions in his life. Learn about his role in the French Revolution.
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