Colonial Williamsburg to Burn Bricks

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According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, historic tradesmen of Colonial Williamsburg will make roughly 20,000 new bricks this week. These bricks will go toward reconstruction and restoration of buildings around the historical area, including an industrial complex owned by James Anderson who was appointed public armourer in 1776.

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