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Unformatted text preview: The Natives of the New World never whole-heartedly adapted or accepted the newly discovered English ways. Throughout the stories of the early settlers of Jamestown we hear many backgrounds and stories of the Natives. We also heard the struggles of the English to stay alive and survive in this newly developing country. The English had many difficult tasks to endeavor throughout those first building years. Throughout the readings, we hear of the Natives taking on the English ways, however, were they independently learning or were the Natives pressured. Her capableness of understanding, her aptness and willingness to receive any good impression, and also spiritual besides her own incitements stirring me up hereunto (John Rolfe). The girl in whom Rolfe is referring too, is the daughter of Powhatan. This is the highest leader of Natives, are we suppose to believe he gave up his daughter willingly to those he was against?...
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