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FOCUSED: A Century of Virginia Indian Resilience

Jamestown Settlement Special Exhibition Focus on 100 years of Virginia Indian resiliency in a yearlong special exhibition featuring personal and professional photography collections charting a century of change, from the passage and repeal of the Racial Integrity Act of 1924 to state and federal recognition today. Learn more. Image: Nannie and Paul Miles, Union Collins and boy; Frank Speck p

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Director’s Series: Jason Herbert

First in the 2022 Director's Series, join Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation Executive Director Christy S. Coleman and Scholar Jason Herbert on January 19 to explore how popular culture influences the public’s understanding of history and American culture. Herbert is a scholar who explores the social, political, demographic and ecological transformation of Southeastern American Indians, Europeans and A

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After Angelo

“After Angelo,” a one-day program honoring the legacy of one of the first African women mentioned by name in the historical record at Jamestown, returns to Jamestown Settlement on Saturday, February 26, 2022, for a lively celebration of African-American culture and heritage. The event culminates Black History Month at Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, featuring p

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Military Through the Ages

Make ready for centuries of military history in one weekend during Jamestown Settlement’s “Military Through the Ages." Experience a unique chronological display of military history with re-enactors and modern-day soldiers showing how uniforms, weapons and tactics evolved through the ages.

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Talking History Lecture: Dr. Kacy Dowd Tillman

As part of the Talking History Lecture Series, Dr. Kacy Dowd Tillman, published scholar and professor of English and Writing at the University of Tampa, explores “Women Loyalists of the American Revolution” at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown. A free public lecture with advance reservations required. Learn more.

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