Next Meeting: 2020 Winter Meeting:
When: February 29, 2020
Time: 12 Noon
Where: Brookside Golf Club, Pasadena, CA
Program: Robert “Roy” Ritchie, Ph.D., Senior Research Associate at The Huntington Library, will discuss Tobacco, Slaves, and Wives: The Growth of Jamestowne.
For more information, please contact our Company’s Governor.
Please watch for the dates and details about our future meetings on our News page.
Category Archives: 1617
We Learned About Democracy, Diversity and Race at Jamestown in 1619 at Our Company’s 20th Anniversary
We commemorated our Company’s 20th anniversary on June 29 in Irvine with an auspicious event presided over by Governor Julie Plemmons. 37 members, guests and prospective members heard a fascinating presentation by Dr. James Horn, historian, author and President of … Continue reading
By Erica Hahn We know that there were few women colonists in the first years of the Jamestown colony. As with almost all European colonies, men were the adventurers, going out into the wilderness with the idea of making their … Continue reading
By Governor Scarlett Gathings Stahl As Pocahontas was my tenth great grandmother, I was invited by Reverend Canon Chris Stone of St Georges Church in Gravesend, England to attend the March 21, 2017 commemoration of her death and interment in the … Continue reading
A Message from Governor Scarlett Stahl: We will next meet on Saturday, February 18 in Los Angeles to celebrate the life of Pocahontas. She was my tenth great-grandmother and the ancestor I chose to join Jamestowne Society with. I have made … Continue reading