Flowerdew Hundred: Unearthing Virginia's History

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Featuring archaeological artifacts excavated at Flowerdew Hundred, a historic site on the James River, this exhibit presents material evidence of Virginia's early inhabitants: Native American pottery sherds; arms and armor used to defend the new colony; refined, imported wares from Europe; and American-made goods, including items manufactured by African Americans. 

For more information about visiting the exhibit at the Harrison Institute, please call: (434) 924-6109



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