The princess and some playmates.
Historians have turned up a rather remarkable discovery here in historic Jamestown, Virginia:
The remains of the church where Pocahontas married an English tobacco farmer have been discovered at Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement in the New World, archaeologists announced in October.
In the narrow, mud-walled, and well-lighted church, the daughter of Chief Powhatan and John Rolfe wed in spring 1614, ushering in eight years of peace between the colonists and the Powhatan Indians, according to William Kelso, director of archaeology for Historic Jamestowne. The public-private partnership works to preserve and interpret the settlement site.
Be sure to click on over to read the full story, which is mostly that Virginia is awesome, and we're far older than 99% of the other governments on the planet.
(h/t Biblical Paths)