This is the Visitors Center for the National Historical Park.


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A walkway has been built above the marsh leading to the site of the original James Fort from 1607. The Tercentenary Monument built in 1907 Reconstructed 17th-century Memorial Church This shows how the original buildings were constructed. Statue of Captain John Smith
Archaeologists working to find original artifacts from 1607. - The site was located right on the shore of the James River. Friday, June 8, we visit Monticello, President Jefferson's home, near - Charlotteville, Virginia.  This is the Visitors Center and Museum. - From here you drive a couple of miles up hill to Monticello. Monticello President Jefferson's gardens
More views of the home This is the guided tour entrance to Monticello. Saturday, June 9, we're back in Washington and visit the National Cathedral We're now touring the Georgetown section of Washington.

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