Cultures at Jamestown
What do the Powhatan Indians, English and West Central Africans have in common?
How did their interactions shape American history and life in the United States today? Through exploration of the re-created Powhatan Village, ships, and fort, students use artifact analysis and collaboration to compare the technology, ideas, and knowledge of the 3 cultures to discover the impact, both positive and negative, these societies had on each other. For grades 4 and up. Great for adult groups.
Program complies with VA Social Studies Standards of Learning.
“Thank you for bringing Jamestown to life for our families. You did an outstanding job of engaging the kids while informing. Loved the stories and the demonstrations.” – Elementary School Teacher, Westminster Academy, Virginia.
Program length: 2.5 hours; Rate: B
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