Colonial Williamsburg Opens Rebuilt Armory and Blacksmith Shop

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April 3, 2012

4:19 PM

Colonial Williamsburg opened a rebuilt public armory and blacksmith shop this past Saturday. The organization tore down the previous version of the armory in hopes of constructing a model more faithful to historical documents and modern research. “History is a moving target, and as time goes on we’re always getting more precise,” Garland Wood, Colonial Williamsburg’s master carpenter, said to the Williamsburg Yorktown Daily.

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