In villages such as the Warraskoyack, they don't have mealtimes or rations, they just eat at the Communal cook pot when they are hungry.
The colonists in Jamestown did not have a communal cook pot, they had rations and ate at meal times.
In Native villages, the men had jobs such as hunting, fishing and making weapons or tools for farming whereas the women do jobs like making pottery and dishes, gardening, gathering food such as nuts berries or corn.
The first people in Jamestown were only men, so all jobs were assigned to the men.
The natives lived in buildings called longhouses. The longhouse is made of wood from bark, trees and branches. Many families lived in one longhouse with other families. The women built the longhouses and owned them.
The colonists in Jamestown built Wattle and Daub houses. The wattle is a woven pieces of wood strips where the daub is sticky and keeps the materials in place.