When did English settlers arrive in Virginia, and what challenges did they face?
In 1609, 400 settlers arrived facing being without a strong leader(John Smith) and the winters desease and famine.
List the events that marked the Jamestown colonists' changing relationship with American Indians in the proper sequence.
Pocahotas and Wahunsonacock died so the settlers lost interest in allying with their American Indian neigbors. Settlers wanted to grow tobacco on their land.
How and why did the plantation system develop in the south?
The land they were settling on was good farm soil. Everybody had a plantation because when they came in you would get 50 acres of land automatically.
What factors led to the increased use of slave labor in virginia?
After Bacons Rebellion fears of future uprisings by former indentured servents made planters in depend on more slaves.