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A woodland Indian hamlet offers insight into how the Yaocomaco Indians lived and what skills they shared with the settlers.  Tools are still made the way the Indians made them.  "Historical interpreters," some in period costume, explain how they make arrows, hatchets, and other tools and weapons on display.

Raised shelter for lookout

Skeletal structure of a house.
These skeletal structures were built to show visitors what the village looked like in the sixteen hundreds.  Later, as time and money become available, they will be replaced by actual reproductions as pictured on the right.

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