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  • This is the monument at the entrance to historic Jamestown. width:640;;height:428
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  • A park contractor that gave us a talk on life in the Settlement from 1607 to 1628 width:640;;height:428
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  • Entrance to the chuch that is built on the site of the riuns of one of the original churches width:640;;height:428
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  • Graves of souls that died in later times after the nedd for the Fort had diminished. width:640;;height:428
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  • There are active excavations going on at the fort. some photos of this are included. width:640;;height:428
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  • Here is the way that the original buildings were framed, then they applied clay and rocks or shells, and then finsihed with  plaster. width:640;;height:428
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  • A fw shots of the fence so that you can see how they were constructed. width:640;;height:428
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  • Shot across the fort so you can see how small it was. It covered about 1.5 acres width:640;;height:428
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  • Graves of the early settlers width:640;;height:428
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  • Wells provided water, when they became unusable, they were used as garbage dumps. width:640;;height:428
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  • Here is the foundation fo the State House.  I contines uder the building to the top right of the photo.  This Building houses a lot of the artifacts uncovered at the settlement site. width:640;;height:428
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  • The foundation from inside the building through a glass in the floor. width:640;;height:428
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  • A monumnet dedicated to those who died and are buried throughout this area. width:640;;height:428
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  • Here are pictures taht were taken of the ruins of the town that was built after the Fort was vacated. Nost are unmarked, but those that are have a picture of the descriptor first. width:640;;height:428
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  • Trip to the glass blowing factory.  This is built on the style of the original fron the 1600's.  The original is located near here, but thr ruin are enclosed in glass and dark, so I was unable to photograph. width:640;;height:428
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  • All around the glass factory was some very large bamboo - as you can see from these photos. width:640;;height:428
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