The Rev. Mr. John Camm, as portrayed by Colonial Williamsburg interpreter Stephen Moore, prepares to address NIAHD students in the Wren Building. Rev. Camm was president of William & Mary from 1772 to 1777.
A fervent church-and-state Loyalist, Rev. Camm spoke of his efforts to resist what he saw as the encroachment of secular authority, especially the “iniquitous” Two-Penny Act.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas