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Jamestown often refers to:
- Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement in the Americas
Jamestown may also refer to:
- Holetown, Saint James, Barbados; sometimes called its founding name, Jamestown
- Mount Olive-Silverstone-Jamestown, a neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario
- Jamestown, Ghana, a district of the city of Accra
- Jamestown, an alternate name for Bayan Lepas, Penang
Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Jamestown, the name of a former town on the edge of Morton Bay on Nevis in the late 17th century
Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
- Jamestown, Saint Helena, a harbour and the capital of Saint Helena
- Jamestown, California
- Jamestown, Colorado
- Jamestown, Indiana, in Boone County
- Jamestown, Elkhart County, Indiana
- Jamestown, Kansas
- Jamestown, Kentucky, in Campbell County (now part of Dayton, Kentucky)
- Jamestown, Kentucky, in Russell County
- Jamestown, Louisiana
- Jamestown, Missouri
- Jamestown, New York, the largest American city bearing the name
- Jamestown, North Carolina
- Jamestown, North Dakota, the second largest city bearing the name
- Jamestown, Ohio
- Jamestown, Oklahoma
- Jamestown, Pennsylvania
- Jamestown, Rhode Island
- Jamestown, South Carolina
- Jamestown, Tennessee
- Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement in what is now the United States
- Jamestown S'Klallam Indian Reservation, Washington
- Jamestown, West Virginia
- Jamestown, Wisconsin
- James Town, Wyoming
- Jamestown Township, Steuben County, Indiana
- Jamestown Charter Township, Michigan
- Jamestown Township, Blue Earth County, Minnesota
- Jamestown Dam, a dam in North Dakota
- Jamestown (video game), a shoot-'em-up video game set in a steampunk alternate universe in which Jamestown Colony is settled on Mars.
- Jamestown (horse), American Champion racehorse.
- The Indian massacre of 1622, often referred to as the Jamestown Massacre, in the Virginian town of Jamestown.
- Jamestown (ship), a large sailing ship carrying valuable lumber which was abandoned and ran aground off Iceland in 1881.
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