James River

The James River in Virginia is formed by the confluence of the Jackson and Cowpasture rivers near Iron Gate in the Allegheny Mountains, about 15 miles from the West Virginia border. It covers about 340 miles in a generally easterly course before reaching its estuary, Hampton Roads, which in turn empties into Chesapeake Bay.

Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in America, was established on an island in the James River.

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Chesterfield County Chronicles Stories from the James to the Appomattox by Diane C. Dallmeyer.
With four hundred years of history, the land between the James and Appomattox rivers is one of the most storied tracts in Virginia. Originally part of...
A History of James Island Slave Descendants and Plantation Owners The Bloodline by Eugene Frazier Sr..
James Island remains one of the few places in the United States where descendants of slaves can easily trace their roots to one of the seventeen slave...
Jamestown, the Buried Truth by William M. Kelso.
What was life really like for the band of adventurers who first set foot on the banks of the James River in 1607? Important as the accomplishments of ...