James town

James town

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  • The arrival
  • finding land
  • Jamestown's savor
  • In 1607, a group of merchants set sail to start a money making colony in The new world. They paced 144 people into three tiny ships and were to ship valuable good back to England . (Tci lesson 2 section 5)
  • No more
  • They sailed through the mouth of Chesapeake bay and work they way up to the James river making England's first permanent in the new world alone side the river they called it James island later called Jamestown. (Early Jamestown background essay)
  • Rebirth
  • John smith wrote of how he met and Indian girl who save him from getting cubed to death. He later wrote that her name was Pocahontas, the chief Favorite Daughter she helped with bringing food to Jamestown and keeping peace with the Indians. (Tci lesson 2 section 5)
  • A wish for peace
  • In fall 1609 smith was sent back to England from being injured in a gunpowder explosion. Without encouragement from smith and Pocahontas the Indians refused to trade with the settlers. when winter came the settlers eat everything they could to survive. (Tci lesson 2 section 5)
  • When supply ships in spring with food and more settlers arrived 60 out of 100 setters had died. James town thrived with the new arrivals and food but lived in constant fear of Indian attack. (Tci lesson 2 section 5)
  • To solve the Indian attack the English kidnapped Pocahontas and held her hostage in England where she friend among thoughts friends is John Rolfe he helps plant tobacco and helped again by making a marriage proposal to Pocahontas.The union of Pocahontas and John Rolfe did bring peace to Jamestown (Tci lesson 2 section 5).
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