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   In a golden autumn a few years ago, in order to investigate and understand the history of the United States on the spot, our whole family took a car to the historic city of Williamsburg in the eastern United States. The maple leaves are red, and the trees are dressed in brilliant red, yellow and green makeup, welcoming people from all over the world.

  We first visited the famous Williamsburg Hotel. Important figures in the world have lived in this quaint three-story building. The pictures hanging on the walls retain their image. Among them are Queen Elizabeth of England, Emperor Hirohito of Japan, King Hussein of Jordan, Indian Prime Minister Mrs Gandhi, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and so on. The history of the castle attracts people. To understand the history of the founding of the United States, a visit here is essential.

  Williamsburg is located in Virginia, 150 miles south of the capital Washington. The first English settlers arrived on the small island of Fort James in Virginia in 1607. Soon some people migrated to the higher ground 5 miles away due to the low-lying terrain, and gradually formed a village, which was named after King William III of England: Williamsburg. Six years later, the British colonial government established the capital here, and the Virginia government also moved here. As a result, Wiborg became the most populous, largest and most comprehensive place in North America, and was once the heart of the "New World".

  Williamsburg people proudly say: "The American dream of freedom and independence was formed here." Indeed, history records one glorious deed. In 1765, Governor Patrick Henry delivered his famous speech against the British taxation law at the Wiborg Colony Conference; in 1769, Washington proposed the Bill against British Garrison Fees from the Colonies; in 1776, the Wiborg Colony Conference passed the Virginia Independence Resolution. The case led to the publication of the American Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia in July of the same year; in 1781, Washington led an army to surround the British army in Yorktown, 15 miles away, forcing the British army to surrender, ending British colonial rule.

  In 1781, the state government moved to Richmond, and Wiborg gradually declined from prosperity. By 1926, the tranquility here began to be broken. Pastor Goodman believed that the creation of the United States of America, Weiburg, played an important role. She should not fall asleep any more. She should restore her original appearance and let future generations learn from here. . After his hard work, lobbying, and fundraising, he ran into obstacles again and again, and finally received strong financial support from John Rockefeller Jr., and the castle gradually returned to its original appearance.

  Weiburg originally covers an area of ​​220 acres, and has been reconstructed and restored 88 buildings, shops, homes, hotels and public facilities built in the 18th century, as well as 90 acres of green space and gardens. The entire historical display area has a long axis that runs from east to west, called G Duke Street. The eastern end is the Parliament, the west is the College of William and Mary, and the rest of the monuments are on both sides of the long axis. If you walk on the street, you can observe the social style of the 18th century along the wide avenue. There are many wooden houses here, as well as red brick huts. The white doors and windows match the red exterior walls for a harmonious and eye-catching look. The house with a small garden has green grass in front and towering old trees in the back. Some houses are restaurants and shops sell local produce and souvenirs. In the workshop, a weaver in an English maid's dress is weaving linen; a carpenter wearing an antique mirror is using an 18th-century bicycle to turn round the legs of a chair; a glassmaker is blowing a flower utensil; a hairdresser is combing a wig . The people living in the fort also walked up and down the street in 18th century clothing. Near noon, a flute and drum team composed of local middle school students played ancient music and solemnly walked down the street. All this reproduces the scene more than 200 years ago, making people feel as if they were in the era before and after the founding of the United States.

  U.S. Presidents Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan, and Clinton have all visited Williamsburg. In 1976, the presidential candidates of the two parties in the United States held national debates here. In 1983, Reagan hosted the Western summit here. The number of visiting world celebrities has increased year by year. Goodman, who made contributions to restoring the historic face of Wieburg, said when he talked about his dream: "On the night of the full moon, walking alone in Williamsburg, people have fallen asleep, and you will feel the old residents with you, You think about their careers and ideals, you see them in and out of their former homes, and you hear them speak loudly in Congress, and you see how interesting Williamsburg is, perhaps the most interesting place in the whole of America. "Goodman's dream became a reality. John Rockefeller, Jr., who invested $75 million to restore Wieburg, lived in Wieburg for two months a year. He was deeply moved by the quietness of the place. He said: "There is no walking." After visiting Williamsburg, I can't evaluate Williamsburg; a fence, a chimney, every angle changes a different scene, and I feel like I belong to Williamsburg." An ordinary American said after visiting Weiburg: " Of all the landscapes I've seen, of all the books I've read, and of all the speeches I've heard, none has made me feel America's greatness more than Williamsburg, which slept and rested on its head for a hundred years The basics."

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