Jamestown, the Buried Truth (University of Virginia Press, 2008)

Jamestown the Buried Truth tells the story of how William Kelso rediscovered the ancient site of James Fort. I love this book because it provides the details of many of the discoveries and history of Jamestown straight from the historian/archeologist who discovered and is excavating the site. This is an ongoing excavation where new items and structures are literally coming out of the ground on a daily basis. I have had the privilege of attending a “In the Trenches” tour of the Historic Jamestown site led by Dr. Kelso personally. I highly recommend the book and encourage you to visit and tour the birthplace of our nation.


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