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Jamestown: The Buried Truth by William Kelso Book Review

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"Jamestown, the buried truth" by William M. Kelso represents an interesting and historically appealing description of the first English settlements on the American soil, rediscovered after it was considered to be lost in the James River. History has always been an exciting and constant wondering environment to discover and interpret. From this point-of-view, Dr. Kelso's contribution to this environment is of utmost importance. His work on the artifacts of Jamestown, the place considered to be the first spot for the settlers represents an important exemplification of the role history plays in the creating and maintenance of the national culture.

The culture of a nation always has a starting point and it is vital that every nation…. [read more]

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