Werowocomoco has changed since Powhatan left
it in 1609, but it is still there. You can discover more about it
in a number of different ways, from it's history recorded in documents
and maps, through the artifacts and other traces of the past which
archaeologists are recovering in the soil, to the evidence about
changing plants, animals and climate which scientists will examine.
You can use the links above to access these resources.
- Under "Selected Readings"
you will find references to a number of books dealing with Virginia
Indians, the early history of colonialisation, and archaeology.
- "Links" will take
you to a variety of internet resources on these and other topics.
- If you are a Commonwealth of Virginia
school student or teacher, you will find a listing of relevant
SOL entries under "Teacher Resources".