Jenna Lee brought us a fascinating look at Jamestown, Virginia, where America's first settlers arrived 400 years ago. 

Lee talked to archaeologist Dr. William Kelso, director of research at the Jamestown Rediscovery Project, who's led the effort to dig up artifacts at the site. 

It all started more than 50 years ago when Kelso was on a tour with a park ranger and he noticed what he thought were artifacts sticking right out of the soil. 

Kelso recalled that the ranger believed the settlement had been washed into the river. 

More than 2 million artifacts - including bones showing evidence of cannibalism - have been found and more are being discovered each day.

Watch the reports in the videos above and below.

Don't miss a "Happening Now" special over the Christmas holiday, as Jon and Jenna bring you a patriotic journey through history. See the story behind the world’s largest free-flying American flag and go into the hidden halls of Ellis Island. "Happening Now: An American Journey" airs on Christmas Eve at 10p and midnight ET and on Christmas Day at 4p ET on Fox News Channel.

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