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Reconstructed framework for a "Mud and Stud" house that was built inside the original 1607 fort. Located in the tidewater region of Virginia, along the James River, Jamestown was the first permanent English colony in the United States. Settled in 1607, it was the capital of the Virginia Colony until 1699, when the capital was relocated to Williamsburg. Today the site is administered by Colonial National Historic Park.

Reconstructed framework for a "Mud and Stud" house that was built inside the original 1607 fort. Located in the tidewater region of Virginia, along the James River, Jamestown was the first permanent English colony in the United States. Settled in 1607, it was the capital of the Virginia Colony until 1699, when the capital was relocated to Williamsburg. Today the site is administered by Colonial National Historic Park.

via america. org ... The Godspeed, a replica of one of the ships that carried the first settlers to Jamestown in 1607, is seen on March 18, 2006 in Rockport, Maine. The 65-foot Godspeed is a three-masted square-rigger that was built for the Jamestown Settlement living history museum in Virginia. The Godspeed will take part in the 400th anniversary celebration in 2007.

The Godspeed, a replica of one of the ships that carried the first settlers to…

Camping Gem | Virginia - Tidewater and Hampton Road

Jamestown Colony - This is at the actual site and not the tourist trap that is down the road. This is where it all started Americans with a British ancestory.

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