Presentation on theme: "1. Purpose: A. Establish military base against Spain B. Build a fort C.Establish a permanent settlement 2.Main Personnel A.Sir Richard Grenville a.Scientist."— Presentation transcript:
3.9 April 1585 A.Walter Raleigh appoints Sir Richard Grenville as commander of 5 barks and 2 pinnaces to bring settlers to the New World B.Fleet (2 or more ships working together) departs Plymouth England Pinnace Bark
4.26 June 1585 A.Expedition arrives at the Outer Banks to search for a good settlement location B.Roanoke Island is chosen to begin to build a settlement. C.Expedition set up like a military expedition with soldiers and support personnel.
5. End July, 1585 A.Ralph Lane is made governor. B.First order of business - build a fort.
6.Summer, 1585 A.Relations with the local Indians are good. B.Wingina open up the food storage area to share with Lane’s men C.The settlers receive a lot of help from Wingina’s people. 7.August, 1585 A.Grenville departs the area for England. B.Governor Lane and 107 men remain behind C. Lane’s men begin to survey and map the local area D.Lane’s men begin to delete the food supply of the local natives.
8.Winter and Spring, 1586 A.Lane leds expedition into mainland looking for gold. B.Wingina realizes the Englishmen are consuming all their food. C.Wingina stops providing food to the settlers. D.Chief Wingina plots to get rid of the English settlers. E.Lane has him killed (cuts his head off sticks on a pole as a warning). F.Relations with natives grow worse G.Lane men face a starving time - ate rats, mice and chewed shoe leather
9.June, 1586 A.Lane and the remaining settlers return to England with Sir Francis Drake 10. August, 1586 a. Relief ship arrives at Roanoke Island b.The settlement is deserted – ship returns to England.
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