The reconstructed walls of Fort James on the site of the original Jamestown excavations. This is not Jamestown Settlement, the recreation, but the national park where excavations are taking place...
...like here. I believe these are grave shafts. The earliest parts of the colony have been uncovered.
Beneath the church currently on the site, the foundations of the original church have been found.
Within the church are tributes to Pocahontas and John Smith.
But the more popular tribute to John Smith is outside, looking over the river.
Here is the church, to the right of the statue.
Pocahontas' statue it outside the settlement walls, toward the woods.
This marker commemorates the original Virginia Company.
The national park is surrounded by wetlands. Here is one of the local inhabitants.
Nearby are the remains of the New World's first blown-glass factory.
Glassmakers now work on the site and give demonstrations.