The Virginia Museum of History & Culture’s signature exhibition The Story of Virginia includes a display of artifacts recovered at Jordan’s Journey.
The display description reads:
Jordan’s Journey, 1621-1640
Excavations at this site in the 1980s yielded information about the architecture of early settlements, lifestyles and standards of living, and the extent of trade in early Virginia.
Survivors of the 1622 Powhatan attacks relocated at eight Virginia settlements; one was Jordan’s Journey. Four complexes were built there to house fifty-five people in fifteen households. Six buildings provided housing; sixteen were agricultural. The largest complex—Samuel Jordan’s—was the size of a football field. Its principle residence was a “longhouse,” 55 x 16 feet, wooden and built on posts set into the ground.Virginia Museum of History & Culture
Most of the artifacts on display can be found in Artifact Images from Jordan’s Journey .
Samuel Jordan (1578–1623) is husband of 11th great-grandmother of MKS in the Knight branch.
Sisley NN (1600-1637) is 11th great-grandmother of MKS in the Knight branch.
William Farrar (1583-1637) is 11th great-grandfather of MKS in the Knight branch.
 Catherine Alston, Artifact Images from Jordan’s Journey, 2004.