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TE Social Studies Chapter 4 Lesson 5.1 The Mystery of RoanokeName: ____________________ Label each slide. See textbook p
Queen Elizabeth I England’s monarch
Sir Francis Drake
in charge of England’s 1st attempt at a colony in AmericaSir Walter Raleigh in charge of England’s 1st attempt at a colony in America
Roanoke England’s 1st attempt at a colony in America
Lost Colony Roanoke is called the …
What happened to the coloniststhey disappeared What happened to the colonists at Roanoke?
1st English baby born in AmericaVirginia Dare 1st English baby born in America
armada a fleet of ships
England Who defeated the Spanish armada?
In 1584 Queen Elizabeth I gives Sir Walter Raleigh a charter to go to the “new world.”
Settlements Take Root Chapter three.
Roanoke: The Lost Colony. Sir Walter Raleigh Queen Elizabeth Queen of England allows Sir Walter Raleigh to start a colony in the New World. The colony.
Early Settlement Vocabulary. Manteo – Native American who sailed back to England with John White, later named Lord of Roanoke by the Queen of England.
Roanoke and the Virginia Stones Have you ever found something weird just on the ground?
History is like a car crash in the fog.. Chronological--- The order in which events occur Colony---Settlement of land by a distant parent country Colonize---
Spain in Pain and Roanoke Chokes
The Mystery of Roanoke Island
E.N.G.L.A.N.D. Elizabeth I leads the rise of Chapter 1: Westward the Course.
Colonial America. Outline 1) The Colonies 2) The First European Settlements 3) Important Documents.
Early Expeditions to Roanoke Queen Elizabeth I, of England send expeditions to explore the Eastern coast of North America Sir Walter Raleigh.
Sir Walter Raleigh is telling Queen Elizabeth that Spain has treasures.
Queen Elizabeth Energizes England Francis Drake Leads the “Sea dogs” Plundered Spanish ships and brought his stolen goods back to the Queen.
Unit 1 Why is location important for new settlements?
The Lost Colony Roanoke Island, Three years later, they were gone.
Roanoke The Lost colony English Colonization. England settled 100 years later due to problems within their own country. Catholic to Anglican (Church of.
Guided Reading Activity 3-1
Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade A 5th Grade B 4th Grade A 4th Grade B 3rd Grade A 3rd Grade B 2nd Grade A 2nd Grade B 1st Grade.
Age of Exploration THE NEW WORLD. The Countries involved in exploring the NEW WORLD Spain Portugal The Netherlands France England.
Imagine This….. One morning, you pick up the newspaper and glance at the front page. In large bold letters across the top, you see: "Entire Community.
THE AGE OF EXPLORATION. The Golden Age of England Elizabeth I ruled England from 1559 to 1603 During her reign as Queen, England saw its power as a.
The Lost Colony of Roanoke Queen Elizabeth I In 1558, she became Queen of England She wants her country to be as powerful as Spain She wants.
The Mystery of The Roanoke Colony
NO Warm up Reading & Questions- Roanoke Notes about Roanoke Video.
Chapter 3 Section 1. King Philip II (Catholic Spanish king) hated Queen Elizabeth (Protestant English queen) Sir Francis Drake – attacked Spanish.
Chapter 2 Section 4 The Race for Empires war/spanish-armada.htm An Armada Galleon The new English 'race' ship that.
Different World’s Collide Open your books to page 142.
What happened to Roanoke?
Colonizing North America The English. The English in America By the 1600s the English had taken a large interest in North America Queen Elizabeth encouraged.
Chapter 5 The Struggle to Found Colonies
Unit 1 Chapter 3 Colonial America What would have happened if the British had not defeated the Spanish Armada? What were the real intentions.
In 1584, Queen Elizabeth I gives Sir Walter Raleigh the charter in attempt to colonize Virginia.
Summary America’s Lost Colony Time Magazine, September 1 st, 2010 Volume 1000 Pg
Chapter 4 European Settlements
Early English Settlements. Essential Questions/Today ’ s Agenda Why did the English settle in North America? What happened at Roanoke? What are the 3.
The Lost Colony of Roanoke Sir Humphrey Gilbert In 1553, Gilbert discovers New Foundland Claims it for Queen Elizabeth I Died at sea.
Chapter 2 APUSH The Planting of English America. England’s Exploration Catholic/Protestant Rivalry Queen Elizabeth I’s Influence –Spread Protestant religion.
Colonization 5 th Grade Social Studies. Please take out a piece of paper and a pencil!
10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt SpanishFrenchEnglishItalianMixed.
Roanoke Colony The Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth I, funded the trip for 100 people to Colonize land in North America 1.
CHAPTER 11 Section 1:Civil War and Revolution Section 2:Constitutional Monarchy in England Section 3:English Colonial Expansion Section 4: The Enlightenment.
Early colonies Chapter 3 Lesson 1.
The Planting of English America
1583- Sir Humphrey Gilbert was granted a charter to colonize the New World by Queen Elizabeth I. On his first voyage to the New World, Gilbert died in.
THE LOST COLONY OF ROANOKE. IT WAS 1587…. …and Queen Elizabeth I of England wanted to start a colony in the New World. So 115 English settlers made the.
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