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Jamestown (also known as Jimtown) is an unincorporated community in Baugo Township, Elkhart County, Indiana.
Jamestown, Elkhart County, Indiana Wikipedia
Jamestown was officially established as a village in 1835, a few years after eight families formed a settlement at the location, which was near a Potawatomi community. It was named for its founder, James Davis.
Jamestown is located at 41°38′08″N 86°01′22″W. Jamestown is traversed by Baugo Creek, and borders the Saint Joseph river to the north.
The community's schools are operated by the Baugo Community Schools district, with approximately 1900 students, and include Jimtown High School, Jimtown Junior High School, Jimtown Elementary School, and Harley Holben Elementary School. The Jimtown school mascot is the Jimmie.