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Episode 19: (Listen) John Rollison and Jane Vobe discuss her son, David Miller, her marriages to Thomas Vobe and Matthew Moody, Sr. and her relationship with William & Mary College Bursar, Robert Miller.
Episode 18: (Listen) John Rollison interviews Mrs. Jane Vobe, Williamsburg's most successful tavernkeeper and fellow-slave owner.
Episode 17: (Listen) James Cameron, Jr. continues the discussion with Jan Couperthwaite concerning Jesse Cole, Sr.'s contribution to Gowan's church.
Episode 16: (Listen) James Cameron, Jr. interviews Jan Couperthwaite about the two Jesse Coles.
Episode 15: (Listen) John Rollison interviews Rev. John Waller and discusses the Baptist's contributions to liberty of conscience and support of the Revolutionary War.
Episode 14: (Listen) James Cameron, Jr. interviews Bob Couperthwaite regarding his first-person portrayal of Baptist minister, John Waller.
Episode 13: (Listen) James Cameron, Jr. continues the discussion with Jan Couperthwaite about Gowan Pamphlet's life and ministry.
Episode 12: (Listen) James Cameron, Jr. interviews Jan Couperthwaite about Project Gowan Pamphlet.
Episode 11: (Listen) James Cameron, Jr. interviews Peyton McCoy.
Episode 10: (Listen) Peyton McCoy delves into John Rollison's knowledge of the law.
Episode 9: (Listen) John Rollison explains his view on Virginia Law and the world leading to the Revolutionary War.
Episode 8: (Listen) Mccoy and Rollison discuss the vagaries of tavernkeeping in Williamsburg.
Episode 7: (Listen) James Cameron, Jr. interviews Hester Moore a character-portrayer of Harriet Tubman & Fannie Lou Hamer.
Episode 6: (Listen) Peyton McCoy and John Rollison discuss entrepreneurship in the 18th century.
Episode 5: (Listen) Moderator McCoy interviews James A. Cameron, Jr. character interpreter.
Episode 4: (Listen) Peyton McCoy interviews John Rollison and discusses his opinions on women voting and taking part in politics.
Episode 3: (Listen) McCoy and Rollison continue the discussion of slavery and 18th century toiletries.
Episode 2: (Listen) McCoy and Rollison discuss his family, 18th century clothing and slavery.
Episode 1: (Listen) Moderator Peyton McCoy interviews John Rollison an 18th Century entrepreneur, businessman and plantation owner.