Of all the historic and environmentally significant sites along the James River, Jamestown is the true centerpiece.
It’s where Captain John Smith and his crew of roughly 100 men and boys landed in 1607 and established the first permanent English colony on American soil. It’s also where the first democratic form of government in the Americas was founded, and where Native Americans, Africans, and Europeans first interacted with one another for an extended period.... Read More →
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