John Smith set out from Jamestown with 14 men in a small boat in order to explore and map the
John White’s 1585 portrait of ‘One of the Wives of Wingino’ offers an example of Native American tattoos.  Printables: Additional
John White’s 1585 painting of the village of Secoton highlights how a successful tribe required its members to perform a
This is John White’s 1585 painting of an archer.  His tools, clothing, hair, and jewelry help illustrate features that would’ve
Stone axes were a crucial tool for constructing dugout canoes as well as longhouses and wigwams.  This reproduction offers an
This reproduction offers an example of what Native American bows and arrows may have looked like.  These tools would’ve allowed
This collection of 300 points were all found around the northern portions of the Chesapeake Bay.  Today these stones serve
The technique used to sharpen stones for knives, spears, and arrowheads is known as flint knapping.  Today these stones serve
Using John White’s 1585 watercolor paintings as well was pottery shards discovered in the Chesapeake region, this clay pot was
The Native Americans of the 18th century Chesapeake Bay did not write their own history, but through documents like John