Celebrate African-American culture and heritage with a day of music, song and storytelling honoring the legacy of Angelo, the first African woman named in Jamestown’s historical record. The event culminates Black History Month at Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, featuring permanent gallery exhibits, films and interactives that recount the experiences of Africans and African Americans in early America. Learn more.
Virginia Indian History, Past and Present, on Display at Jamestown Settlement in Gallery Exhibits, Interpretive Programs and ‘FOCUSED’ Special Exhibition Multi-Day Salute October 16-19 Honors America's Decisive Revolutionary War Victory at Yorktown With Programs & Events at American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, Yorktown Battlefield and Historic Yorktown It's Back to 'Homeschool Program Days' September 4-19 at Jamestown Settlement & American Revolution Museum at Yorktown With Special Two-Week Admission Jamestown Settlement to Commemorate 1619 African Arrival to Virginia Presenting a Special Program of Performances, Panel Discussion on August 21
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February 26, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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