“This afternoon I took a ride all through the town of Williamsburg….It is a queer old place; apparently has not grown since the last century.  Many of the buildings are very old – that is, for America – and everything indicates a perfect stagnation for years past.”

Colonel Charles S. Wainwright, May 7th, 1862

Click on the articles below to find out more about the town of Williamsburg, its inhabitants and how both endured and were forever altered by the Civil War.  COMING SOON

Mardi Gras Comes to Williamsburg! by Carson O. Hudson Jr. (PDF)

The Wedding Gown Flag by Carson O. Hudson Jr. (PDF)

Historical Connections by Carson O. Hudson Jr. (PDF)