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Ch 2 S 2 Vocab
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One of the first English colonies off the coast of North Carolina, the people disappeared and we still are not sure where they went - "history mystery".
English investors (rich people) would put their money together to support a colony in hopes of making a profit (more $).
a group of native american people that lived in Virginia at the time of English settlement.
cash crop - saved the people of Jamestown - also called "Brown Gold".
the Virginia Company granted 50 acres of land to each settler and to each family member who came to the new world (the more family you brought with you, the more land you got).
daughter of chief Powhatan, married an English colonist named John Rolfe, which brought temporary peace between the Native Americans and settlers of Jamestown.
violent rebellion of farmers, led by Nathaniel Bacon, against the governor of Virginia due to lack of protection from Native Americans on the western frontier.
House of Burgesses
first legislative assembly in the colony of Jamestown, established a tradition of representative government.
first successful, permanent English colony located in Virginia.
The Starving Time
time period of starvation in the Jamestown colony due to a lack of work on the part of the settlers (English Gentlemen & gold seekers).
cultivated the first successful tobacco crop in Virginia as an export product.
a person who is brought over from England, in exchange for passage, they must work as a servant for about 7 years (food and shelter are provided during that time).
took control of the Virginia settlement, imposed strict rules about working in order to eat.
under the direct control of the English king.
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