SOL: VS.1, VS.3
Description of Image: English: VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (April 26, 2007) – A landing party makes its way to shore from the ships the Discovery, Godspeed and the Susan Constant during a re-enactment ceremony on the 400th anniversary of the First Landing of settlers to the, “New World.” Settlers from the ships the Godspeed, Discovery and the Susan Constant landed in Virginia Beach and stayed four days before transiting to Jamestown. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Matthew Bookwalter (RELEASED)
First Landing Re-enactment

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SOL: Grade 4, VS.2
Description of Image: “The Werowocomoco Archaeological Site (44GL32) is a Native American village situated on Puritan Bay along the York River in Gloucester County, Virginia and which dates to the Late Woodland (A.D. 900-1607) and Early Contact (A.D. 1607-1609) periods. When the English founded Jamestown in 1607, it served as the capital of the Powhatan chiefdom and the principal residence of the chiefdoms’ paramount chief, Powhatan. The site represents the sole location where Powhatan and Captain John Smith met face-to-face, and where according to Smith, Pocahontas saved his life. In 1609, Powhatan abandoned Werowocomoco and moved his capital further west to put distance between him and the English at Jamestown. Werowocomoco has been documented through archaeological surveys and excavations since 2002 to encompass 45 acres.” – http://virginiaindians.pwnet.org/history/1600s.php
PowhatanChiefdom

Reference Website: http://www.encyclopediavirginia.org/media_player?mets_filename=evm00002903mets.xml