Pocahontas' wedding site discovered

Scholars and preservationists at the historic site of Jamestown, Virginia, believe they have discovered the remains of one of the country's oldest Protestant churches, the site where Pocahontas was baptized and married.

The 64 feet by 24 feet (20 by 8 meters) structure, a marvel for its time, was built in 1608 as a center for worship and conversion of Native Americans. Experts hope the discovery will add to the knowledge of religious life in early colonial America.