Colonial Virginia. The economy of Virginia depended primarily upon _______________. agriculture. 1619 – 1620 Many Changes. 100 women arrive. 1 st Africans arrive. burgesses are elected. The arrival of women made it possible for the settlers to establish __________. families.
The economy of Virginia depended primarily upon _______________.
1619 – 1620 Many Changes
100 women arrive
1st Africans arrive
burgesses are elected
The arrival of women made it possible for the settlers to establish __________.
This made Jamestown a more ___________ settlement.
The arrival of Africans made it possible to expand the
The first Africans were ______________ ________________. Africans that came later were sold as ________.
The Virginia Colony became dependent upon ______ labor and this dependence lasted a long time.
The first _______ legislative body.
By the 1640s, the burgesses became a separate lawmaking group called the _________ of ____________.
House of Burgesses
The House of Burgesses became known as the _________ __________ of Virginia, which continues to this day.
The capital was moved from __________ to _____________.
The capital was moved for several reasons:
contaminated drinking water
fire destroyed buildings at Jamestown
Williamsburg had a higher __________.
What three different cultures came together in the Virginia Colony?
Native American, African, and European
People from many different cultures lived in Colonial Virginia:
Tidewater and Piedmont: _______ and ________.
Shenandoah Valley: ________ and _____________.
Tidewater, Piedmont, & Appalachian Plateau: _________ _________
Examples of culturallandscapes include:
Place names also reflected different cultures:
Few people used ______ to buy goods and services.
A system of trading for goods and services, called _________, was often used instead of money.
A farmer could use ________ to pay for goods or services.
Farmers could buy goods on ________ and pay their debt when their crops were harvested.
There were no ______ in Colonial Virginia.