Digging for Wetherburn's Tavern

With the arrival of Ivor Noel Hume in the late 1950s, the practices and aims of the Colonial Williamsburg archaeological investigations changed dramatically, including the adoption of a stratigraphic approach and a new interest in the lives of the people who inhabited such structures as Wetherburn's Tavern.

( Courtesy of Colonial Williamsburg / June 25, 2014 )

With the arrival of Ivor Noel Hume in the late 1950s, the practices and aims of the Colonial Williamsburg archaeological investigations changed dramatically, including the adoption of a stratigraphic approach and a new interest in the lives of the people who inhabited such structures as Wetherburn's Tavern.

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