Reconstructed Powhatan Village

Illustration

Joshua J. Mark
by Nationalparks
published on 25 February 2021
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A reconstructed Powhatan village at the Jamestowne Settlement Living History Museum, Jamestown, Virginia, USA.

The reconstruction is based on accounts by English settlers of the 17th century CE who interacted with the Powhatans. The Powhatan Confederacy controlled the region of modern-day Virginia from c. 1570-c. 1646 CE after which their land was appropriated by the English colonists of Virginia.

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