Discover the story of America's first permanent English colony.
Gain a new perspective on the Revolutionary-War era.
Explore museum special exhibitions past and present.
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Color is the spice of life, and 18th-century colonists thought so too. Discover the importance of richly colored clothing in colonial times.
The World of 1607 - Cycle Four
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A series of audio minutes, "Jamestown: A Fruitful Soil," providing a historical overview of the people and events of 17th-century Virginia.
Experience America’s beginnings at Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.
This kid's video series features action-packed history adventures!
Enter the world of Generals Charles Cornwallis and George Washington.
Meet some of the men and women who shaped Jamestown's history.
Learn about the tobacco-based economy of 18th-century Virginia and other southern colonies.
Join young museum visitors Rachel and Autumn as they explore the many roles women played during the American Revolution.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIzzWIWM69Q&list=PLdzBgB_06ByRKHLlK043qMseX_RLJQJYB&feature=shareThe Passionality Profiles are a series of first-person video interviews with historical interpretive staff at Jamestown Settlement and the Yorktown Victory Center. These employees describe how their "passion" for Virginia history inspires them at work. Kristin Detwiler, a Jamestown Settlement historical interpreter, explains why she's passionate about early 17th-century Virginia history. Anastasia Triantafillos, a historical interpreter in the Powhatan Indian Village at Jamestown Settlement talks about using clay to engage visitors. Pat Laccadito, a Yorktown Victory Center historical interpreter, explains why she's passionate about planting seeds and helping visitors "grow" their knowledge of 18th-century life on a Virginia farm. Fred Scholpp describes what motivates him after 25 years as a historical interpreter with the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation. T.J. Savage, a Yorktown Victory Center historical interpreter, explains why he loves his job.
Meet some of the historical interpretors at Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.
This video series highlights artifacts found in the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation collection.