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... They run water over it. This removes all the dirt and leaves in rocks, shells or remains on the top of the sifter. They are able to look for anything left from the burial site. Over the years they have found so many items in the dirt they have opened a museum about it. We weren't allowed to take pictures but we saw many things from the Jamestowne settlement. One of those being a full skeleton. They also had a skull from a woman who had ...
... all participated in a chant that was mixed with movements combined from our new family. This was a great icebreaker and helped wiggle out the stiffness in our bodies.
We found out that the slaves had to work in unison. They did this so no one was considered weak or working too slow. In order for them to learn how to work in unison, they created songs and beats to help with the timing of their work in the fields. They also used code names to let everyone know ...
Week 1, Richmond
1st June 2014
I have been in the States for a week and one day now, and starting to adapt to the American ways. Although I am blogging about the events of each day in the office, I have decided to keep a weekly blog of happenings, minus the majority of the legal jargon and focus more of an insight of my time over here!
I flew from Heathrow to Washington D.C with Tom Plow (friend and fellow law undergraduate), an eight ...
This morning we all met at the airport to start our journey! It went by so fast. We checked in, checked our bags, said goodbye to our parents, and got through security. Next thing you know we are practicing our 'assume the position' picture and boarding the plane for our first flight of the next 30 hours or more ... so here we ...
... given by a park ranger. Even though we had to use our imaginations to understand what happened at this battle, it all became very real. After walking around the battlefield we headed over to the town of Yorktown. Much of the original Yorktown is still standing. In fact most of the buildings are inhabited. I'm surprised at how clean and fresh 250 year old buildings can look. At last it was dinner time and we were both ready for a break. We ...
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