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Jamestown

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Pocahontas Smith’s daughter, saved him from execution, but Pocahontas reappears in the colonial records in 1613, when she was lured aboard an english ship and held captive, then she married John Rolfe,
Tobacco cash crop
1607 The first successful colony was in Jamestown, Virginia 1607 where you had a 50% chance to survive the first five years.
John Smith president of Jamestown required all the colonists to work and had friendly trading relations with the Algonquins
John Ralfe introduced first cash crop of tobbaco
Starving time Colonists trapped in James Fort due to bad relations with Algonquian -Low food supply -Disease rate is high -cold winter -resort to cannibalism
John Smith well versed in outdoor living and farming his downfall was a gunpowder accident
James fort Problem: did not go far enough upstream to get away from the salt water, they were in a marsh
Created by: 19gutheridgek