Public archaeology has been the on-site expression of the Jamestown Rediscovery Project since its beginning in 1994. The Project’s many publications also reflect that approach. The output of the staff archaeologists takes many forms, from popular books to academic journal articles and archaeological field reports. The work highlighted here reflects some of the vast array of research generated by the Rediscovery staff. Other research related to the Jamestown archaeology can be found in research resources.