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Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 101, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 101, Jamestown, James City Cou...

Significance: The drawing records several of the decorative tiles discovered at Jamestown, although it is unclear from the drawing where on the island they were found. The faience tiles have a translucent glaze... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 101, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 101, Jamestown, James City Cou...

Significance: The drawing records several of the decorative tiles discovered at Jamestown, although it is unclear from the drawing where on the island they were found. The faience tiles have a translucent glaze... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: Structure 16 had a long rectangular footprint measuring 34' x 12' with framed side walls and north gable end. The walls rested on sills underpinned by a single row of brick footings. The south gab... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: Structure 16 had a long rectangular footprint measuring 34' x 12' with framed side walls and north gable end. The walls rested on sills underpinned by a single row of brick footings. The south gab... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: Structure 16 had a long rectangular footprint measuring 34' x 12' with framed side walls and north gable end. The walls rested on sills underpinned by a single row of brick footings. The south gab... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: Structure 16 had a long rectangular footprint measuring 34' x 12' with framed side walls and north gable end. The walls rested on sills underpinned by a single row of brick footings. The south gab... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: Structure 16 had a long rectangular footprint measuring 34' x 12' with framed side walls and north gable end. The walls rested on sills underpinned by a single row of brick footings. The south gab... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: Structure 16 had a long rectangular footprint measuring 34' x 12' with framed side walls and north gable end. The walls rested on sills underpinned by a single row of brick footings. The south gab... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: Structure 16 had a long rectangular footprint measuring 34' x 12' with framed side walls and north gable end. The walls rested on sills underpinned by a single row of brick footings. The south gab... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 76, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: Structure 16 had a long rectangular footprint measuring 34' x 12' with framed side walls and north gable end. The walls rested on sills underpinned by a single row of brick footings. The south gab... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 86, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 86, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The sites of Structure 21 and the brick-paved path (Structure 20) were both compromised by a later brick drain pipe (Structure 39), however the architectural remains suggest either a well-appointe... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 86, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 86, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The sites of Structure 21 and the brick-paved path (Structure 20) were both compromised by a later brick drain pipe (Structure 39), however the architectural remains suggest either a well-appointe... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 86, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 86, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The sites of Structure 21 and the brick-paved path (Structure 20) were both compromised by a later brick drain pipe (Structure 39), however the architectural remains suggest either a well-appointe... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 86, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 86, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The sites of Structure 21 and the brick-paved path (Structure 20) were both compromised by a later brick drain pipe (Structure 39), however the architectural remains suggest either a well-appointe... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 86, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 86, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The sites of Structure 21 and the brick-paved path (Structure 20) were both compromised by a later brick drain pipe (Structure 39), however the architectural remains suggest either a well-appointe... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit A, Sub-unit 39, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The site was first excavated in 1934, and the foundations were drawn by HABS around that time. The archaeological work uncovered a pair of rowhouses made of brick and likely one-story in height. ... more