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JMNJamestown (Amtrak station code; Jamestown, NY)
JMNJones Media Networks, Ltd. (New York, NY)
JMNJournals and Miscellaneous Notebooks of Ralph Waldo Emerson
JMNJogja Media Net (Indonesia)
JMNJustification for Mission Need
JMNJeunesses Musicales Norway (UNESCO musical organization)
JMNJunctional Melanocytic Nevi (dermatology)
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NAACP leaders, activists and entertainers will travel from Jamestown, Virginia, to Jamestown, Accra to commemorate the Year of Return.
Trump's address in Jamestown was interrupted briefly by a protester who shouted and held up a sign that said, "Go back to your corrupted home.
The historical drama, produced by the brains behind Downton Abbey, charts the journey of English settlers in America in 1619 as the first women arrive in the colony of Jamestown, Virginia where they are duty bound to be married to early Virginian settlers.
Jamestown handled the lease through its internal leasing team.
English colonists took the Africans, who came from what is now Angola, to properties along the James River, including Jamestown.
It purchased this building from Jamestown, as well, for a $1.77 billion in 2010.
"The second season shows the women in Jamestown becoming more empowered through necessity."
Now, the British actress is back to reprise her role in the second season of Jamestown, which kicks off with a special double-bill.
In Frank Turner Hollon's Jamestown, Alaska, a novelist receives a cryptic invitation to become the official historian of a new civilization set up in the northernmost state.
Sir Ferdinando Wainman was responsible for Jamestown's arms and armor.
Jamestown Arts Center will host an exhibition preview for Burning Down The House on Friday, July 3, from 6PM - 8PM as part of its Fifth Annual Summer Soiree.
Imagination Library is sponsored nationally by the Dolly Parton Foundation and was brought to Jamestown by The Jamestown Public School Foundation in May after they raised an initial $20,000.