Jamestown Revealed, 400 Years Later

Fascinating Bounty: Excavation Yields Clues to Settlers Lives

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An artist's reconstruction of how the Jamestown fort would have looked in its early years. Historians thought the original site had washed into the James River (bottom of picture), but in 1994 archeologist Bill Kelso found it. (APVA Preservation Virginia and Historic Jamestowne)
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