Public Buildings. SCHOOLS. The first colonial schools were one roomed, one building structures. Schools progressively got larger due to growth in the population. Interior of school during the 1600s. Only one roomed and simply boxlike. .
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Interior of school during the 1600s. Only one roomed and simply boxlike.
Colonial Harvard college (founded in 1636). Huge school building with several floors and windows.
Colonial Church in Williamsburg. One storied building with triangular roof. Contains a distinctive bell tower.
This is a colonial courthouse located in Williamsburg. One storied building that has a geometric scheme.
- Colonial homes of the English, Spanish, Dutch, Georgian, French, and Federal style homes were very different.
- Houses had no electricity, running water, or heat.
- Fire and wells were used instead