Historic Jamestown History and Travel Tips

Talk With History

Feb 12 2024 • 28 mins

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Full video from Jamestown

Scott and Jen discuss their experiences exploring historical sites in Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement in the New World. They provide insight into their preferred order of visitation and recommend the Jamestown Settlement as a family-friendly location with interactive exhibits and reenactments. They also touch on the more authentic historical site of Jamestown which offers an archaeological dig site.

The hosts discuss the historical significance of these locations, offering personal experiences and tips for other travelers seeking to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of American history.

00:00 Introduction and Podcast Overview

00:34 Addressing Listener Feedback

04:58 Exploring Jamestown: A Historical Journey

08:39 Jamestown Settlement: A Virtual Tour - start here

13:01 Ship Recreations

15:50 The women came later

18:06 The James Fort Recreation

20:23 Historic Jamestown: The Actual Site

22:35 The ACTUAL location of the settlement

27:16 Conclusion and Farewell

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