Week one: I have met some men, but one in particular caught my attention: John Smith. He seemed like a genuine guy and he was acting like a good leader. The journey is taking a long time; I'm starting to wonder if we'll ever hit land.
Hello, My name is Jacob and I was sent by my king to help a royal colony in Jamestown, due to a charter.
Week two: I hit land but it doesn't look like Virginia. I learned multiple religions and many people to go along with them, such as a quaker named William Penn, a puritan woman named Anne Hutchinson, and her puritan minister Jonathan Edwards. I also met Roger Williams who wanted to separate religion from education.
I don't want to be puritan.
Week three: I suposedly explored Georgia, when I arrived I was surprised to see a deserted area. I only found a few men one of which was named James Orthographe; he was the founder of this barrier state. I also saw Cecil Calvert visiting Georgia and his good friends, from the proprietary colony, Maryland.
Week 4: I visited another colony named Massachusetts to see John Winthrop, and William Bradford. John Winthrop was a Puritan and was the governor of Massachusetts Bay, while William Bradford was the second governor of Plymouth.
We are Massachusetts's leaders
Week 5: I finally found Virginia! Right when I got to the urban areas of Virginia I noticed the different form of government called: House of Burgess. Almost everyone in Virginia were separatists, that was only because everyone had toleration for differing religions. But as you know nothing is perfect, so at this time a guy named Nathaniel Bacon was leading a revolt against this toleration.
Give farmers their rights!
Week 6: While staying in Virginia, I heard about a guy in New York protest the policies of the governor, named John Peter Zenger. Also while colonizing Virginia more and more people came including, pilgrims, indentured servants, and even slaves.