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The Jamestown Rediscovery Project at Historic Jamestowne

2012 Field School Excavations Near the Jamestown Church Tower
Field School Excavations Near the Church Tower
Dyptich Dial Excavation in an Early James Fort Cellar
Dyptich Dial Found in an Early James Fort Cellar
The archaeologists of the Jamestown Rediscovery Project, led by Dr. William Kelso, have unearthed more than one million artifacts that tell the story of our nation's first permanent settlement in the New World. At Historic Jamestowne, visitors can walk in the footsteps of Pocahontas and Captain John Smith at the fort site and share in the moments of discovery as the archaeologists continue to rediscover the once "lost" 1607 James Fort.

Your support will continue the work of the archaeologists, curators, and educators at Jamestown.
Gifts are now accepted online:
Click HERE to make your donation.
Gifts may be mailed to:
Jamestown Rediscovery Project
1365 Colonial Parkway
Jamestown, VA 23081
For any questions you may have regarding donations, multi-year pledges, planned gifts, or special gifts to the Jamestown Rediscovery Project, please contact Eliza Eversole at 757-229-4997. Questions can also be directed via email at eliza.eversole@preservationvirginia.org.
What Have We Found?
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In the Trenches
In the Trenches Curator's Artifact Tour
Curator's Artifact Tour

Jane, The Book and Video

Jamestown: The Buried Truth

America in 1607: Jamestown and the Powhatan

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