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First English US Founder Identified

Scientists say they have identified the remains of four men who were among the early leaders of Virginia’s Jamestown settlement.

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Jamestown’s Rolling Hills Radio returns to Amp for live Sunday show

Nothing is quite as indicative of small-town culture as grassroots Americana music from a local radio station. And at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Amphitheater, Jamestown’s Rolling Hills Radio will be back to bring that experience to America’s best small town — Chautauqua. 477 more words


Christ Among The Tombs: Relics found at Jamestown

Christ Among The Tombs: “Crypto-Catholics At Jamestown?” (July 29, 2015, Patheos) [link]:

The archaeology feeds have been buzzing with news of a discovery at a dig in Jamestown, Virginia.

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The Learning Experience

Walking your dog down the road, or taking a walk along the river, you may not notice the extraordinary creatures that dwell where you are waking. 606 more words


Five on Friday

A weekly roundup of five of the most entertaining, but useful tips, tools and sources for historical research procured for your consumption and imagination

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Jamestown Graves

This is from an article in the i by Michael Ruane yesterday:

“When his friends buried Captain Gabriel Archer in abut 1609, they dug his rave inside a church in Jamestown, Virginia, lowered his coffin into the ground and placed a silver box on the lid. 515 more words

Real Life

Looking back at Railtown

Still want to get me one of these old cabooses!!  :). #lottery #railtown1897