Pocahontas’ people were the recipients of English colonial advances. The English beginnings in North America ‘may’ mark a divide between ‘history’ and ‘prehistory’ — or does it? Archaeology allows us to inspect the human past, without documents, to consider human narratives that are ancient or untold by the Western historical record. Jamestown is an historical site of significance we will explore, but it is a ‘drop’ in the pool of Native history of what is now the US. The Werowocomoco Project was organized in contrast to the 2007 commemoration of the English Jamestown settlement. Native participants and perspectives were considered important, but this consideration was a departure from earlier times.what are your thoughts and questions about the prehistory/historical divide, considering our past weeks of Native content? Further, what are the ways in which we can contextualize the European entrada into America without dampening Native narratives? Responses are about a paragraph or so long, and may include a question for the group consideration.