Jamestown Colony. First Successful English Colony in the New World. The student will demonstrate knowledge of the first permanent English settlement in America by: explaining the reasons for English colonization. describing how geography influenced the decision to settle at Jamestown.
First Successful English Colony in the New World
Why Settlers Came to Jamestown
First Colony - 1607
Location of Jamestown
Reasons for the Location of Jamestown
Importance of the Virginia Charters
Jamestown: The Growth of Government
Virginia House of Burgesses
Women Come To Jamestown
Africans Come To Jamestown
Hardships Faced by Settlers
Changes That Ensured Survival
Captain John Smith
Trade With The Powhatans
Powhatans- Corn & Tobacco
Powhatans & Jamestown - Growing Confects
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English settlement in north America in 1607.
When the settlers first arrived, Jamestown was located on a narrow peninsula bordered on three sides by the James River. Today Jamestown is located on an island in the James River.
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