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The Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation is dedicated to teaching people around the world about early United States history and the convergence of the American Indian, European and African cultures in the New World. Our education resources are designed to support further exploration into this history both in and out of the classroom.

Digital resources come in a variety of formats: lesson plansessaysteacher resourcesvideoimages, and interactive media. Please use the search function below to begin your exploration. It has been designed to create a more individualized and optimized search experience.

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