shares of ownership in a company
a crop that is grown to be sold for profit
a person who agreed to work for someone in colonial America for a fixed amount of time in order to pay for the ocean voyage
HOUSE OF BURGESSES
the law making body of colonial Virginia, established in Jamestown in 1619
1550?-1618 Chief of the Powhatan who helped the English settlement at Jamestown.
1579?-1631 English army captain whose strict discipline helped the Jamestown settlement to survive
daughter of Chief Powhatan whose marriage to John Rolfe lead to the "Peace of Pocahontas" from 1614 to 1617
1585-1622 Jamestown leader whose method of curing tobacco made it a successful cash crop
1545?-1644 Powhatan chief who led one of the last major Native American battles against the English in Virginia in 1622
a long arm of the Atlantic Ocean surrounded by Maryland and Virginia.
the name the Powhatan peoples of eastern Virginia had given to their homeland
a town in southeastern Virginia: the first permanent settlement in North America, founded in 1607, 37N, 77W
"You don't work, you don't eat"
PEACE OF POCAHONTAS
time of peace between the Powhatan and the English settlers at Jamestown, lasting from 1614 to 1619