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Southern Colonies of the Early United States
Who founded the London Company and provided the charter to Virginia? King James I
Who were some of the groups of individuals who were sent to the new world for free to join the work force? Convicts, laid-off farmers, poor people and homeless children from London streets
How long, on average, did indentured servants have to work before they were free? 4-7 years
Why did England stop sending over Brideships? Women were marrying more than one man.
The House of Burgesses What was the first representative in America?
The Beginning of Colonization Jamestown and other British colonies.
Slavery/Indentured Servants. Meeting the Demand for Labour Virginia found its farming niche in the growing of tobacco. Tobacco was a labour intensive.
The Charters of the Virginia Company of London and the Establishment of a Government in Virginia.
England was different from the other countries because the King and Queen had limited power Spain and Portugal was focused on South America France and.
England’s Early Settlement of Virginia Roanoke and Jamestown.
The Major Players in North America: France had explored and claimed much of Northern North American as well as the interior along the Mississippi- financed.
Characteristics of the Colonies VUS.2. Characteristics of early exploration and settlements in the New World.
HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON The American Nation HOLT IN THE MODERN ERA 1 Chapter 1 THE NEW NATION Section 1: Early Exploration and Settlement Section 2:
Chapter 3: The English Establish 13 Colonies Section 1: Early Colonies Have Mixed Success.
Chapter 3-1 Early English Settlements. The Virginia Company 1606 The Virginia Company receives a Charter from King James I for land in North America Charter.
Chapter 3, Section 1 Notes What were the three main motivating factors which influenced immigration to colonial America ?
The Virginia Company Charter: Permission to organize settlements in an area. One group of merchants in London, England, received a charter to start.
Early Settlement Vocabulary. Manteo – Native American who sailed back to England with John White, later named Lord of Roanoke by the Queen of England.
Chapter 3: Colonies Take Root ( ) Ch. 3.1: The First English Settlements.
OUR FIRST DATE!!!! 1607 (burn this date in your brain!!!)
Jamestown England in America. The Lost Colony of Roanoke In 1587, 91 men, 17 women, and 9 children settled on Roanoke Island, off the coast of present-day.
Life in the Chesapeake Tobacco plantation in Virginia.
1 Building the Jamestown Colony The French settled in the land we call Canada today. The Spanish settled throughout the southern Americas. The Dutch settled.
Colonial America Notes Pt. 1. Early English Colonies: Roanoke Island Off the coast of North Carolina. 2 Failed attempts at settlement. One in 1585,
U.S. History Unit 1 SSUSH1a. Who? Who settled there? English colonists, looking for economic opportunity Who settled there? English colonists, looking.
SOL Quiz 4 English Colonies II. 1. The main exports from colonial New England were a. fish and timber b. cotton and tobacco c. sugar and tobacco d. molasses.
Jamestown and Roanoke Why did one succeed while the other vanished?
1 Chapter 3: pg **Present day Virginia.
Roanoke and Jamestown Mrs. Archer Earliest English Settlements Roanoke founder was Sir Walter Raleigh In 1585, he and 100 men settled in Roanoke.
EARLY COLONIES Chapter 3 Lesson 1. Chapter 2 Notes Get out a new piece of paper and label it “Chapter 2 Notes” Remember: only write what is in RED for.
EARLY COLONIES Chapter 3 Lesson 1. MYSTERY OF ROANOKE In 1584 Queen Elizabeth of England gave Sir Walter Raleigh the right to claim land in North America.
Birth of New World English Dominance Early Settlements & Colonies.
The Early Colonies have Mixed Success While TWO early English Colonies Failed Jamestown survived through individual effort and Hard Work.
First English Permanent settlement. English Settlers in Virginia (VA) A. Staking a Claim in the Americas – English merchants formed a joint-stock.
Jamestown Jeopardy!. Which country wanted to increase their wealth and power by building a colony in Jamestown?
Colonial Beginnings. New England New England was settled by Puritans seeking freedom from religious persecution in Europe.
THE ENGLISH COLONIES OF NORTH AMERICA: JAMESTOWN.
Colonial America Jamestown, Virginia Government Representative Gov’t, House of Burgesses Economy Farming Tobacco.
The First English Colonies Late 1500s English government was envious of wealth Spanish found in the New World English people faced with few job opportunities.
- What was the first southern colony and who started it? - What Indian tribe captured the man who started it? Who saved him? - Why did she save him, and.
Chapter 3 Section 1 Early Colonies Have Mixed Success P. 7/ P. 66 A. Finding Main Ideas As you read about Roanoke, Sagadahoc, and Jamestown, use the following.
SOL VS.3 Some European countries, including England, were in competition to increase their wealth and power by expanding their empires to America.
THE FIRST ENGLISH COLONIES. Pocahontas, the daughter of Chief Powhatan, was a 12 yr. old Indian girl who saved the life of Captain John Smith. She.
Chapter 4, Lesson 2 Roanoke and Jamestown ACOS #4a: Identify significant early European settlements. ACOS #5: Describe the early colonization of North.
1)Who were some of the countries that sent explorers across the world? 2)Give a couple details about Columbus’ voyage to the New World 3)Briefly describe.
Early English Settlements. Essential Questions/Today ’ s Agenda Why did the English settle in North America? What happened at Roanoke? What are the 3.
Early English Colonies Part I Roanoke and Jamestown Mr. Heath Blue Creek Elementary School 2011.
THE ENGLISH SETTLE IN AMERICA. I. FIRST ATTEMPT – THE LOST COLONY A.WHERE? ROANOKE ISLAND, OFF THE COAST OF THEN VIRGINIA, TODAY NORTH CAROLINA B. WHEN:
The Arrival of Women and Africans at Jamestown The Arrival of Additional Women at Jamestown In the year 1620, Jamestown became a more diverse (different)
Unit 1 Chapter 3 Colonial America What would have happened if the British had not defeated the Spanish Armada? What were the real intentions.
We’re Coming to America! The settling of Jamestown.
Virginia and the House of Burgesses Pgs
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