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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 46 pages of information about New Discoveries at Jamestown.

Harrington, J.C. Glassmaking at Jamestown. Richmond, Va.  The Dietz
  Press, Inc. 1952.
——.  “Seventeenth Century Brickmaking and Tilemaking at Jamestown,
  Virginia.” The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, pp.
  16-39.  January 1950.
——.  “Some Delft Tiles Found at Jamestown.” The Magazine Antiques,
  pp. 36-37.  January 1951.
——.  “Tobacco Pipes from Jamestown.” Quarterly Bulletin Archeological
  Society of Virginia
, June 1951.

HONEY, WILLIAM B. European Ceramic Art from the end of the Middle Ages
  to about 1815
.  New York. 1949.
——. Glass:  A Handbook and a Guide to the Museum Collection.  Victoria
  and Albert Museum, London. 1946.

HUDSON, J. PAUL.  “The Story of Iron at Jamestown, Virginia—­Where Iron
  Objects Were Wrought by Englishmen Almost 350 Years Ago.” The Iron
  Worker
, pp. 2-14.  Summer 1956.
——­and C. Malcolm Watkins.  “How Pottery Was Made at Jamestown,
  Virginia—­Where Englishmen First Made Earthenware Vessels in the New
  World Over Three Hundred Years Ago.” The Magazine Antiques.  January
  1957.

INNOCENT, C.F. Development of English Building Construction
  University Press.  Cambridge, England. 1916.

LANE, ARTHUR. A Guide to the Collection of Tiles.  Victoria and Albert
  Museum.  London. 1939.

PETERSON, CHARLES E.  “Some Recent Discoveries at Jamestown.” The
  Magazine Antiques
, pp. 192-194.  May 1936.

PETERSON, HAROLD L. Arms and Armor in Colonial America.  Stackpole
  Company.  Harrisburg, Pa. 1956.

SONN, ALBERT H. Early American Wrought Iron. 3 Vols.  Charles
  Scribner’s Sons.  New York. 1928.

WATKINS, C. MALCOLM.  “The Lamps of Colonial America.” The Magazine
  Antiques
, pp. 187-191.  October 1937.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS OF THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE RELATING TO JAMESTOWN

FOR SALE BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS, U.S.  GOVERNMENT PRINTING
OFFICE, WASHINGTON 25, D.C.

Jamestown, Virginia, the Townsite and Its Story (Historical Handbook
Series No. 2) 25 cents.

James Towne in the Words of Contemporaries (Source Book Series No. 5) 20 cents.

America’s Oldest Legislative Assembly and Its Jamestown Statehouses
(Interpretive Series No. 2) 25 cents.

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