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  • Jamestown: Why did So Many Colonists Die?
  • My Claim Is...
  • Plague and Food Poisoning
  • By Lynette Quintin
  • Indian Attacks
  • Disease, Indian attacks, starvation, and many other obstacles killed the colonists.
  • Starvation
  • According Jamestown Interactive Game, so many colonists died because of poor sanitation. According to Jamestown Documents the waste the colonists tried to get rid of through dumping it in a stream, didn't think about how it would affect their water supply.
  • In Conclusion..
  • According to National Geographic, the relationship between the Native Americans and the colonists' was very negative. Once the Indians attacked a lot of settlers.
  • According to the Jamestown Documents, during the Jamestown drought was when the people of Jamestown couldn't grow crops which could have affected their trade process with the Indians.
  • Disease, Indian attacks, starvation, and many other obstacles killed the colonists. But somehow, the colonists persevered through all of those obstacles and formed what is now called the United States of America.
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