Jamestown Settlement presents an afternoon of reflection, performance, music and interpretive dance to mark the end of slavery in the United States. Although Juneteenth springs from events that happened in Galveston, Texas, on June 19, 1865, the event celebrates liberation from a system of slavery with origins in Jamestown, Va., where the first recorded Africans in 1619 were brought after landing at Old Point Comfort and where the first slave laws enacted in the mid-17th century impacted the lives and status of Africans and their descendants.
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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June 18, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Posted on May 11, 2021, by cinivaBack to Events Listing