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Final Study

Mr. Daviduk's final study

Final QuestionProbably Final Answer
Why did the British start to form colonies in North America? They wanted land in North America. The Spanish already had land there.
Who urged England to start a colony in North America? Richard Hakluyt
What were the three reasons Richard Hakluyt gave England to create colonies in North America? 1. The colonies will provide a market 2. The colonies will become a source of raw materials 3. The colonies will help plant protestant faith
Why did some people become colonists? Some needed to become colonists because of financial reasons and others wanted to escape religious persecution.
Which two colonies failed? Two colonies from Roanoke failed
After some colonies, how did England finance their colonies? Joint stalk Componies
When was Jamestown Founded? 1607
Why did Jamestown almost fail? People were looking for gold instead of building houses and necessary equipment for survival.
Who saved Jamestown from failing? John Smith saved Jamestown
How did John Smith Save Jamestown? He established trade between the Powhatan Tribe and said 'He that will not work shall not eat'
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