Lecture 5 - Lecture#5 I. A.DisasteratJamestown...

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Lecture #5:  Virginia in the 17 th  Century The Labor Problem and the  Making of North American Slavery
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I. The Colonization of Virginia A. Disaster at Jamestown
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IB. Leadership Problems
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Conflicting Land Grants
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IC. Ill-Suited Colonists
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ID. Unhealthy Location
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Location of Jamestown
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Continuing Geographical Ignorance:  John Farrar Map of 1651
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IE. Inept Indian Policy
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II. The Rise of the Plantation Economy
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IIA. The Tobacco Boom of the 1620s
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IIB. Opportunity, Conflict, and  Starvation 1. Opechancanough’s Rebellion, 1622 2. The Plight of Richard Frethorne, 1623
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Richard Frethorne’s Letter from Virginia to His  Parents in England, 1623 Loving and kind father and mother: . . . This is to let you understand, that I your child am in a most heavy case  by reason of the nature of the country, [which] is such that it causeth much  sickness, [such] as the scurvy and bloody flux and diverse other diseases, 
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Lecture 5 - Lecture#5 I. A.DisasteratJamestown...

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