Rupert Cornwell

Washington Bureau Chief for the Independent

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Washington Bureau Chief for the Independent of London

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In 1957, Queen Elizabeth toured Jamestown, Virginia for the 350th anniversary of the first British Colony in what became the United States of America.

The Queen Visits Jamestown on Its 400th Anniversary

In 1957, Queen Elizabeth toured Jamestown, Virginia for the 350th anniversary of the first British Colony in what became the United States of America.

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