Jamestown, VA Photos

The Jamestown National Historic Site features the excavations of what remains of England's first ongoing settlement in the America founded May 14, 1607. There is also a replica village of this early fort, plus replicas of the three ships - Godspeed, Discovery, & Susan Constant - which carried the first settlers to the colony.

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Statue of Captain James South, Governor of Virginia in Jamestown. VA.Tower ruins of original Jamestown Church. VA.Monument to founding of Jamestown erected in 1907 on 300th anniversary. VA.Replica of Jamestown Settlement. VA.
Statue of Captain James South, Governor of Virginia (1608) in Jamestown. VA.Tower ruins of original Jamestown Church. VA.Monument to founding of Jamestown (May 13, 1607) erected in 1907 on 300th anniversary. VA.Replica of Jamestown Settlement. VA.
Drying tobacco on rafters of building in replica of Jamestown Settlement. VA.Jamestown Settlement replica & cannon. VA.Replica of stockade at Jamestown Settlement. VA.Native American bark house in Powhatan Village at Jamestown Settlement. VA.
Drying tobacco on rafters of building in replica of Jamestown Settlement. VA.Jamestown Settlement replica & cannon. VA.Replica of stockade at Jamestown Settlement. VA.Native American bark house in Powhatan Village at Jamestown Settlement. VA.
Replicas of Godspeed, Discovery, & Susan Constant, the three ships that brought first colonists to Virginia at Jamestown Settlement. VA.Susan Constant, brought colonists to Jamestown Settlement. VA.Stern of ship Godspeed against stockade of Jamestown Settlement. VA.The Susan Constant, a recreated ship modeled after the one that took settlers to Jamestown in 1607. Alexandria, VA.
Replicas of Godspeed, Discovery, & Susan Constant, the three ships that brought first colonists to Virginia at Jamestown Settlement. VA.Susan Constant, brought colonists to Jamestown Settlement (December 20, 1606 to May, 1607). VA.Stern of ship Godspeed against stockade of Jamestown Settlement. VA.The Susan Constant, a recreated ship modeled after the one that took settlers to Jamestown in 1607. Alexandria, VA.
Portrait of Pocahontas saving John Smith on John Rogers pumper at FASNY Museum of Firefighting. Hudson, NY.


Portrait of Pocahontas saving John Smith on John Rogers pumper at FASNY Museum of Firefighting. Hudson, NY.



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