Williamsberg: The Capitol Building In Colonial America

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The Capitol in Williamsburg was a very important building in Colonial times. It was used as a, law school, a hospital, a court, a meeting place, and an academy. Patrick Henry gave his Caesar-Brutus speech there as well. The Capitol was the place where Virginia spoke for American Independence. A vote to speak for independence also took place here. The Capitol building was important in Colonial America, is relevant to today, and connects to Williamsburg’s motto “That the future may learn from the past” so it deserves a minted commemorative coin. As said previously, the Capitol was very important in Colonial America. It was used as many things. The court, in the Capitol, was unique since it was the only place where people could be trialed for
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