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What does Jamestown look like?

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The houses in Jamestown had a very unique look to them. The roof would come to a point, the bottom is rectangular in shape. The roof was made out of shingles or hay (back in the day), and they were made out of wood or brick.

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Jamestown looks like many towns in the New England area. You can see what it looks like by doing an image search or visiting.

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a small town with a triangular fort or barrier around it

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How did Jamestown houses look like?

The houses in Jamestown had a very unique look to them. The roof would come to a point, the bottom is rectangular in shape. The roof was made out of shingles or hay (back in the day), and they were made out of wood or brick.


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