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Race to the Governor's House #4
Terms in this set (38)
The Powhatan people realized the English settlement would continue to ________.
What became the most profitable agricultural product?
American Indians (First Americans)
The place name Roanoke reflects which culture?
How many supply ships arrived which helped to ensure the survival of the settlers?
The Powhatans saw the colonists as ________ that would take over their land.
Tobacco was sold in England as a ________ ________.
In which two regions did the English primarily settle in?
Who initiated trading relationships with the Powhatans?
Who led the Jamestown settlement with strong leadership?
The successful planting of tobacco depended on the reliable and inexpensive source of ________.
The Germans and Scotch-Irish settled primarily where in Virginia? This place was along the migration route.
The Powhatans traded ________, ________, and ________ with the English in exchange for tools, pots, guns, and other goods.
The emphasis of self-sustaining ________ helped to ensure the survival of the colony.
Who were brought to the colony against their will to work as slaves on the plantations?
Where did the Africans primarily settle? These regions required a great deal of agricultural labor.
Who believed that the English and American Indians could live in harmony?
Arrival of two supply ships
Forced work program
Captain John Smith's leadership
Name four changes that took place to ensure the survival of the colony.
What did the Virginia colony become dependent upon? This dependence lasted a long time.
In which three regions could you find the American Indians (First Americans)?
Who developed a friendship with the colonists that helped them survive?
The success of tobacco as a cash crop transformed life in the Virginia colony and encouraged what?
Whenever people settle an area, they change the ________ to reflect the beliefs, customs, and architecture of their culture.
What caused people to adapt old customs to their new environment?
The Powhatans traded food, fur, and leather with the English in exchange for ________, ________, ________, and other goods.
What is a crop that is grown to sell for money rather than for use by the growers?
places of worship
Name three examples of cultural landscapes.
American Indian (First Americans)
The culture of Virginia reflected what three origins?
The Powhatans introduced new crops to the English. Name two important crops that were introduced.
The economy of the Virginia colony depended on what as a primary source of wealth?
The place name Richmond reflects which culture?
What factors often influence the location of a capital?
Who else worked in the tobacco fields along with Africans?
The word "raccoon" reflects which culture?
The name "Stratsburg" reflects which culture?
Powhatan people contributed to the ______ of the Jamestown settlers in many ways.
The arrival of Africans made it possible to expand the _______ economy.
The settlers at Jamestown and native people established a __________ relationship for a while.
He was the chief of many Indian tribes.
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