Jamestown

Jamestown - important rule: He that will not work, shall...

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THE FIRST PERMANENT ENGLISH SETTLEMENT
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What did England hope to find in America?
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What did England expect an American settlement to furnish? sand
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Who financed the settlement of Jamestown?
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James I
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What did the charter guarantee to the English colonists?
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When was Jamestown settled? 1607
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gentlemen who lacked the necessary ______. Most were. .. skills
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It was easy to defend. 4 reasons they chose a peninsula: The water was deep enough for ships to dock. They thought they had a good supply of fresh water. The river provided food and a pathway for exploration.
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swampy unsafe water mosquitoes
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First strong leader
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John Smith’s most
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Unformatted text preview: important rule: He that will not work, shall not eat! John Smith maintained a good relationship with the Powhatans so the colonists were able to Winter of 1609 starving time They decide to leave but. .. Lord De La Warr arrives with more men and supplies. The Powhatans had introduced the colonists to 2 new crops: corn and tobacco Who planted a new kind of tobacco? Tobacco was sold in England as Jamestowns _______ _______. cash crop The economy of the Virginia colony now depended on ______________ as a primary source of wealth. agriculture...
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 365 taught by Professor Brothermercier during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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