“Cannibalism In Jamestown”

Yes my friends, you have read the title correctly.

Over at “The Junto” and “The Way of Improvement Leads Home” there has been newly discovered evidence that in the land of John Smith, there was indeed cannibalism.  I guess considering the time it is not too shocking, since most of the people in Virginia grew tobacco and not food — yikes!  I’ll post the link for The Junto right here and for The Way of Improvement Leads Home right here.  There are other links to get down to the root of the reports and the original article, but hey if you have free time and are not in the process of eating, check it out!



Christian, Lover of History, Aspiring Teacher

Posted in Historical Finds, Stories Of Events, Thoughts from Other Historians

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