2020 Annual Meeting: Saturday, June 5
Where: Zoom Meeting; Norma Keating, Lt. Governor, First California Company at firstname.lastname@example.org or 714-319-5994
Time: 11:00 AM
Program: David Givens, Director of Archeology, Jamestowne Rediscovery
Category Archives: James Fort extension
Jamestown in Winter
It’s been a tough weather week in Historic Jamestown. We here show a You Tube video of Jamestown in Winter shot from a drone by the Jamestown Rediscovery staff. This makes us appreciate our California weather, no matter the current rains. Note how … Continue reading
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Whose Ancestors are Buried in the Jamestown Church?
There have been six churches at Jamestown. The most meaningful were the second, built in 1608 – the site of the 1614 Rolfe/Pocahontas wedding and where graves of four founders were found; the third, built from 1617 to 1619 – the … Continue reading
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Found: America’s First English Garden…or Was It a Farm?
Perhaps those first settlers weren’t so “lazy,” after all, belying what some historians have been telling us for many decades. In exploring the first extension to James Fort, Jamestown Rediscovery has recently uncovered evidence of their first attempts at agriculture … Continue reading