Colonial Williamsburg creates iPhone applications

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April 7, 2010

9:32 PM

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation has created two “apps” for the iPhone to educate users about life in colonial Virginia.

According to the Daily Press, the first program provides a “Word of the Day” from 18th century language that has fallen out of use. “Today in the 1770s” allows users to read news reported in the Virginia Gazette, the local paper in Williamsburg during that decade.

These applications can be downloaded for free at the iTunes store and on the iPhone.

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