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the first permanent English settlement in what would become the United States The Jamestown Rediscovery Foundation at Historic Jamestowne and the Smithsonians Museum of Natural History announced on Tuesday that the settlers livedand held high positionsin early English America as far back at 1608 About 100 people settled along the James River in what would become the first English settlement in 1607 The colony however was nearly wiped out due to conflictwith Native Americans in the area and with each otheras well as famine and disease Among the identified remains were those of Rev Robert Hunt Jamestowns first Anglican minister and Captain Gabriel Archer a leader among the early settlers and a rival of Captain John Smith The remaining two Sir Ferdinando Wainman and Captian William West were relatives of the governor Lorde De La Warr Archeologists with Jamestown Rediscovery have been working to identify the remains since they were found in November of 2013 Scientists from both the Smithsonian and the Rediscovery Foundation examined artifacts from the graves forensic evidence and technology like CT scans to determine who they were (There’s a video explaining how here on their website) The discovery of the burial site however dates back to 2010 when Jamestown Rediscovery uncovered what the organization says is the earliest known Protestant Church in North America Within that church in the chancel considered the holiest part of the buildingscientists found the four burial sites that held the remains of these early settlers "This is an extraordinary discovery one of the most important of recent times" said James Horn President of the Jamestown Rediscovery Foundation in a press release "These men were among the first founders of English America They lived and died at a critical time in the history of the settlement when Jamestown was on the brink of failure owing to food shortages disease and conflict with powerful local Indian peoples the Powhatans" The church they were buried in is significant too According to Jamestown Rediscovery Pocahontas and John Rolfe were married there History Newsletter Stay on top of the history behind today’s news View Sample Sign Up Now See the Human Body Under a Microscope Adrenaline crystals (polarized light micrographs) Reprinted with permission from Science is Beautiful 2014 by Batsford an imprint of Pavilion Books Company Limited Balancing stone from inner ear (colored scanning electron micrograph) Reprinted with permission from Science is Beautiful 2014 by Batsford an imprint of Pavilion Books Company Limited Blood clot (colored scanning electron micrograph) Reprinted with permission from Science is Beautiful 2014 by Batsford an imprint of Pavilion Books Company Limited Breast cancer (light micrograph) Reprinted with permission from Science is Beautiful 2014 by Batsford an imprint of Pavilion Books Company Limited Insulin crystals (polarized light micrograph) Reprinted with permission from Science is Beautiful 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Roger Federer strolled into the Australian Open final in a bitter-sweet win after Chung Hyeon retired injured in their semi-final on Friday The Swiss star was leading 6-1 5-2 when the South Korean called it quits with foot blisters and will now face Marin Cilic in Sunday’s final Chung the first South Korean man or woman to play in a Grand Slam semi-final was treated in a medical timeout for the left foot problem two games earlier Roger Federer waves as he leaves the arena following Hyeon Chung’s retirement from semi-final AP But it came as a big surprise when the 21-year-old walked to the net after 62 minutes at 30-30 and trailing 2-5 in the second set to concede defeat It put Federer into his seventh Australian Open final as he chases his sixth Melbourne title and 20th Grand Slam victory Federer leads 2014 US Open champion Cilic 8-1 in their meetings The Swiss maestro now has a 30-13 win-loss record in Grand Slam semi-finals and has yet to drop a set in this year’s Australian Open "You couldn’t tell until the end" he said of Chung’s injury problems "That’s probably why a lot of people are stunned (he retired) "I could tell something was wrong before he took the injury timeout but he has a great composure "I think he is already a great player but we are talking next level excellence and I think he will achieve that "We will see much more of him Top 10 for sure The rest we will see" It was a muted semi-final with the Rod Laver Arena retractable roof closed for rain further improving Federer’s chances given his indoor record He broke Chung’s opening service and twice more to romp away with the first set in just 33 minutes as the Korean made a flurry of errors It got no better in the second set with Federer again breaking in the fourth game before the trainer was called on to the court to treat Chung for his foot blisters Chung only lasted a bit more than two games before pulling out to a stunned silence "In the second set I felt he was starting to get a bit slower fighting with a blister" Federer said "I’ve played with blisters in the past a lot and it hurts a lot and at one point it is just too much and you can’t take it anymore "That’s when you realise there is no way you can come back and you make things really worse it is better to stop That’s why this feels bitter-sweet "Obviously I’m incredibly happy to be in the finals but not like this" Federer broke Chung’s serve four times off 11 break points and only had one break point on his own service The Swiss second seed hit 24 winners while Chung made 17 unforced errors in 14 games eight of them off his normally potent forehandcom. 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