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Jamestown And Plymouth Settlements

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Jamestown And Plymouth Settlements

  1. 1. Jamestown, Colony of Virginia – GodSpeed, Discovery, and Susan Constant: 3 ships of English Virginia Company that sailed from England to Jamestown in 1607 (c. Carson November 1975)
  2. 2. James River, Colony of Virginia (1607) (c. Carson November 1975)
  3. 3. Settlement at Jamestown, Colony Virginia (1607) (c. Carson November 1975)
  4. 4. Thatched-roof buildings at Jamestown Settlement, Colony of Virginia (1607) (c. Carson November 1975)
  5. 5. Jamestown, Colony of Virginia (1607) – foundations of structures at Jamestown settlement (c. Carson November 1975)
  6. 6. Jamestown, Colony of Virginia (1607) – cannon inside fort at Jamestown settlement (c. Carson November 1975)
  7. 7. Reconstructed Fort, Jamestown Settlement, Colony of Virginia (1607) (c. Carson November 1975)
  8. 8. Jamestown Settlement, Colony of Virginia (1607) - glassblower crafting a green glass candlestick (c. Carson November 1975)
  9. 9. Plymouth Colony (1620) – legendary Plymouth Rock where Pilgrims headed by a group of English Puritan Separatists allegedly landed in 1620 (c. Carson circa 1970s)
  10. 10. Plymouth Colony (1620-1691) – exhibit in the Plymouth Museum depicting the signing of the Mayflower Compact aboard the Mayflower (c. Carson circa 1970s)
  11. 11. Plymouth Colony, Mayflower Compact (1620)
  12. 12. Plymouth Colony (1620) – exhibit in Plymouth Museum depicting Pilgrims at work; note the colonist in the red shirt cleaning a gun (c. Carson circa 1970s)
  13. 13. Plymouth Colony (1620) – exhibit from Plymouth Museum depicting men, women, and children (c. Carson circa 1970s)
  14. 14. The statue of Massasoit - Great Sachem (Chief) of The Wampanoags Protector and Preserver of the Pilgrims 1621 Erected by the Improved Order of Red Men as a Grateful Tribute 1921 (c. Carson circa 1970s)

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