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    Archaeology and Conservation at Jamestown

    On May 14, 1607, 104 English settlers landed at Jamestown Island, Virginia, to establish a colony for the Virginia Company. Thought to be lost to history forever under the James River, the original fort was unearthed in…

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    Jamestown Archaeology Lab

    Jamestown Island, Virginia, is on the James River about 35 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. In 1994 archaeologists found evidence there of the original 1607 English settlement. Since then, the…

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    Archaeology at Jamestown Fort

    In 1994 archaeologist and historian Bill Kelso discovered the original 1607 English settlement at Jamestown, Virginia. Since the find, the Jamestown Rediscovery archeological project has unearthed some…

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    Archaeology and Conservation at Jamestown Preview

    On May 14, 1607, 104 English settlers landed at Jamestown Island, Virginia to establish a colony for the Virginia Company. The location served as the capital of Virginia until 1699. Thought…

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    Jamestown Archaeology Lab Preview

    Jamestown Island, Virginia, is on the James River about 35 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. In 1994 the site of the 1607 English fort where John Smith and Pocahontas walked the ground was…

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    Archaeology at Jamestown Fort Preview

    In 1994 archaeologist and historian Bill Kelso discovered the original 1607 English settlement at Jamestown, Virginia. Since the find, the Jamestown Rediscovery archeological project has unearthed some…

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