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Author by : Candice Ransom Languange Used : en Release Date : 2011-01-01 Publisher by : Lerner Publications ISBN : 9780761372387 File Size : 48,6 Mb Total Download : 728
In December 1606, three ships carrying 105 men and boys set sail from Dover, England. The ships headed for the eastern shores of North America. There the men planned to establish a new colony known as Virginia. Sailing into the Chesapeake Bay, the settlers excitedly observed a vast wilderness of thick grasses, green forests, and wide rivers. But as the newcomers built their settlement, they struggled with disagreements, hard labor, food shortages, illness, and uneasy relations with the region s Native Americans. Yet the settlers persevered and established Jamestown the first permanent English
Author by : Ruth Bjorklund Languange Used : en Release Date : 2017-12-15 Publisher by : Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC ISBN : 9781502631381 File Size : 41,7 Mb Total Download : 833
The founding of the first permanent English colony in North America was challenged by starvation, disease, deteriorating relations with Native Americans, economic struggles, rebellion, and class struggle. Despite these monumental difficulties, the colony prospered and established a legislative assembly that was the first example of representative government in what is now the United States. This book uses the writings of those who went through these struggles to allow students to relive the experience.