Warning Concerning Copyright Restrictions
The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation allows classroom use of its web site text, images, and media. Students and teachers may download text, images, and media without restriction for use in a classroom setting*. Audio, video, and podcast interviews may not be presented to a non-educational audience without the expressed, written consent of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
* Electronic Field Trips are excluded. Registered schools see copyright information in the Electronic Field Trip teacher materials.
The following statement should be included on each copy:
© The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation 2013
Note: "Colonial Williamsburg" is a trademark name and a registered service mark of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of reproductions of copyrighted material, including but not limited to downloading, printing, and performance (i.e. display.) Any individual who uses copies of Colonial Williamsburg Foundation World Wide Web site text and/or images (http://www.history.org; http://www.colonialwilliamsburg.org; http://www.colonialwilliamsburg.net) for purposes in excess of "fair use" as defined by the copyright law may be liable for copyright infringement.
Any use of text and/or images which is not defined as educational or fair use requires written permission from the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Content of this web site may not be used for commercial purposes.
To request non-classroom use of text or images from Colonial Williamsburg's web site, contact our Visual Resources Library
Links to other Web sites are occasionally provided as a convenience for our users and their inclusion does not imply the Foundation’s endorsement of content or responsibility for use of these sites. Please carefully read all terms, conditions, and privacy statements of each Web site you visit.