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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.

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1 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 questions to help you summarize ideas in this section. 1. Who? Who were among the settlers at Sagdahoc? Who was their leader? 2.What? What happened to the colonists at Roanoke? What happened to the colony at Sagadahoc? 3.When? When was Jamestown settled? When did the “starving time” end?

2 4. Why? 1)Why did the settlers go to Jamestown? 2)Why didn’t the settlers get along with their neighbors? 3) Why did Jamestown nearly fail? 5. Where? 1) Where was Roanoke? 2) Where was Sagadahoc? 3) Where was Jamestown? 6. How? How was Jamestown saved from failure? 1) N. Carolina island

3 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 questions to help you summarize ideas in this section. 1. Who? Who were among the settlers at Sagdahoc? Who was their leader? 2.What? What happened to the colonists at Roanoke? What happened to the colony at Sagadahoc? 3.When? When was Jamestown settled? When did the “starving time” end? R- ?, intermarry w/ N. Americans or been killed by them

4 4. Why? 1)Why did the settlers go to Jamestown? 2)Why didn’t the settlers get along with their neighbors? 3) Why did Jamestown nearly fail? 5. Where? 1) Where was Roanoke? 2) Where was Sagadahoc? 3) Where was Jamestown? 6. How? How was Jamestown saved from failure? 1) N. Carolina island 2) Maine

5 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 questions to help you summarize ideas in this section. 1. Who? Who were among the settlers at Sagdahoc? Who was their leader? 2.What? What happened to the colonists at Roanoke? What happened to the colony at Sagadahoc? 3.When? When was Jamestown settled? When did the “starving time” end? Convicts George Popham R- ?, intermarry w/ N. Americans or been killed by them S- fought among themselves & N.A., harsh winter, food shortages, back to England. 1607

6 4. Why? 1)Why did the settlers go to Jamestown? 2)Why didn’t the settlers get along with their neighbors? 3) Why did Jamestown nearly fail? 5. Where? 1) Where was Roanoke? 2) Where was Sagadahoc? 3) Where was Jamestown? 6. How? How was Jamestown saved from failure? 1)Make $, find gold, farm, new life, greater opportunities, or forced to go 1) N. Carolina island 2) Maine 3) Virginia, on James River

7 4. Why? 1)Why did the settlers go to Jamestown? 2)Why didn’t the settlers get along with their neighbors? 3) Why did Jamestown nearly fail? 5. Where? 1) Where was Roanoke? 2) Where was Sagadahoc? 3) Where was Jamestown? 6. How? How was Jamestown saved from failure? 1)Make $, find gold, farm, new life, greater opportunities, or forced to go 2)Kept taking more and more of their land 3)Disease killed some, unwilling to work, more interested in gold, trouble w/N.A. 1) N. Carolina island 2) Maine 3) Virginia, on James River John Smith took over, forced colonists to work

8 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 questions to help you summarize ideas in this section. 1. Who? Who were among the settlers at Sagdahoc? Who was their leader? 2.What? What happened to the colonists at Roanoke? What happened to the colony at Sagadahoc? 3.When? When was Jamestown settled? When did the “starving time” end? Convicts George Popham R- ?, intermarry w/ N. Americans or been killed by them S- fought among themselves & N.A., harsh winter, food shortages, back to England

9 4. Why? 1)Why did the settlers go to Jamestown? 2)Why didn’t the settlers get along with their neighbors? 3) Why did Jamestown nearly fail? 5. Where? 1) Where was Roanoke? 2) Where was Sagadahoc? 3) Where was Jamestown? 6. How? How was Jamestown saved from failure? 1)Make $, find gold, farm, new life, greater opportunities, or forced to go 2)Kept taking more and more land 3)Disease killed some, unwilling to work, more interested in gold, trouble w/N.A. 1) N. Carolina island 2) Maine 3) Virginia, on James River John Smith took over, forced colonists to work Tobacco gave colonists $ to build colony

10 B. Summarizing Explain the importance for the Virginia Colony of each of the following: 1.House of Burgesses 2. indentured servant 3. Bacon’s Rebellion 1.Est. in Virginia- 1619, 1 st representative gov’t in American colonies 2. Person who sold labor for passage to colonies, free after a # of yrs. 3. Group of landless settlers, lead by Nathaniel Bacon rebelled against the governor William Berkeley & House of Burgesses in Virginia. Wanted a war with the Indians so they could take their land. Caught and hung by the governor but lead to more rights for English settlers.

11 Vocabulary page 73 Read textbook pages ) Definitions: Joint Stock Company page-70 Charter page-71 Jamestown page-71 John Smith page-71 Indentured servant page-72 House of Burgess page-72 Bacons rebellion page-73

12 Review Questions 3) Main Ideas-page #73 a) Why did the first English settlement at Roanoke fail? 1) It was poorly planned and ran out of supplies because the Spanish Armada delayed the return of supply ships

13 Review Questions b) How did the English finance their colonies after 1606? By forming joint-stock companies, where groups of investors took the risks instead of a single person like Sir Walter Raleigh

14 Review Questions c) What was the outcome of Bacon’s Rebellion? The King appointed a new governor and the House of Burgess passed laws to prevent a royal governor from having to much power, which was a step toward self government for the colonies.


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