Videos for Educators
Videos For Educators
Participants in a weeklong teacher institute at Jamestown Settlement and The American Revolution Museum at Yorktown living-history museums explore the story of colonial America firsthand.
Learn more about on-site and outreach education experiences available for student groups at Jamestown Settlement and The American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.
Explore life in colonial and Revolutionary America in this kid’s video series, as your host Anna visits Jamestown Settlement and The American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.
The Jamestown Chronicles is a series of spoken monologues allowing us to meet some of the men and women who shaped this chapter in American history.
This series explores the three different groups of people at Jamestown, the colonists’ voyage across the Atlantic, and the legacy of the settlement.
The Economics of Jamestown
Young visitors investigate the economy of 17th-century Jamestown through inquiry with historical interpreters at Jamestown Settlement.
These films envision the conversations of Generals George Washington and Charles Cornwallis, as they reflect on the American Revolution and their pivotal role in how it plays out.
18th-Century Tobacco Economy
Two young visitors learn about growing tobacco in Virginia around the time of the American Revolution, as they visit The American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.
Learn about the hardships facing a young American soldier in the Revolutionary War. This video is based on the military journal of Jeremiah Greenman, a soldier in the Continental Army.