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Retracing the Voyages of Captain John Smith (70 of 116)
 On May 12, 2007, a crew of 14 modern adventurers will board this reproduction of John Smith's shallop at the site of the original Jamestown Fort (See The New World with Colin Farrell).  Propelled soley by oar and sail, the shallop will voyage nearly 1500 miles, revisiting all of the waters explored by Smith in 1608.  At 20 stops along the route, the shallop will be joined by a major educational exhibit illustrating the unique cultures and ecosystems of the early 17th century Chesapeake.  Visit www.johnsmith400.org for details.

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[LARGE IMAGE] On May 12, 2007, a crew of 14 modern adventurers will board this reproduction of John Smith's shallop at the site of the original Jamestown Fort (See The New World with Colin Farrell). Propelled soley by oar and sail, the shallop will voyage nearly 1500 miles, revisiting all of the waters explored by Smith in 1608. At 20 stops along the route, the shallop will be joined by a major educational exhibit illustrating the unique cultures and ecosystems of the early 17th century Chesapeake. Visit www.johnsmith400.org for details.