VS 3 a-g Jamestown
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_____ arrived in Jamestown against their will in 1619. These people were originally free and were captured by Portuguese soldiers. (VS3e) *
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In the early days, Virginia would create a disparity between English colonists and __________. (VS3e) *
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The charters extended English ____ to the settlers. (VS3c) *
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The Virginia Colony’s _________________ was greatly dependent upon temporary and permanent servitude. (VS3e) *
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By the 1640's, the burgesses became a separate ____ called the Virginia House of Burgesses. (VS3d) *
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The king of England granted ____ to the Virginia Company of London to define physical boundaries of the colony. (VS3c) *
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The site the colonists chose to live on was ___ and lacked ( or didn't have) ____ drinking water. (VS3f) *
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As Jamestown grew, a system of ____ evolved. (VS3d) *
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In 1619, the governor of Virginia called a meeting of the ____. (VS3d) *
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The arrival of supply ships, new settlers, the strong leadership of Captain John Smith and the emphasis on agriculture resulted in the ___ of the Jamestown colony. (VS3f) *
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Jamestown was chosen for a settlement because the water along the shore was _____ for ships to dock. (VS3b) *
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When settlers arrived in 1607, Jamestown was settled on a peninsula on the ____. Today it is located on an island due to erosion of the peninsula. (VS3b) *
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In 1619, the General Assembly met as one legislative body. Two representatives called ____ from each of the divisions of Virginia, along with the governor, and the governor's council formed the General Assembly. (VS3d) *
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The first permanent English settlement in British North America in 1607 was _____. (VS3a)
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The settlement at Jamestown would provide England with _____ while opening new markets for trade.(VS3a) *
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The first charter of the Virginia Company of London helped to establish ____ in the New World. (VS3c) *
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The arrival of additional _____ in 1620 made it possible for settlers to start families in the Jamestown colony, which helped to establish a more permanent colony in Virginia. (VS3e) *
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The ______ came to see the settlers as invaders who would take over their land. (VS3g) *
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The native people traded mainly food, fur and leather with the English in exchange for _____, _____ and _____ for jewelry. (VS3g) *
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The House of Burgesses was the first _____ in English America giving settlers the opportunity to take part in controlling their own government. (VS3d) *
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The native people showed the settlers how to plant _____ and harvest _____. (VS3g) *
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With the forced arrival of Africans, Virginia would create a system of people treated as ______ based on the color of their skin.  (VS3e) *
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Jamestown was chosen for a settlement because the location could be easily defended from attack by sea. Who would have attacked by sea? (VS3b) *
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At that time, only certain free ____ had the right to take part. (VS3d) *
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 _____, daughter of Powhatan, served as a contact between the native people and the English. (VS3g) *
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The settlers of Jamestown believed that they had a good supply of ____. (VS3b) *
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Why is John Smith important to the history of Jamestown? (VS3f) *
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England hoped to find ____ and ____ in America. (VS3a) *
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The _____ of the Virginia Company of London financed the settlement of Jamestown. *
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The English colonists found life in Jamestown ____ than they had expected. (VS3f) *
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The settlers lacked some ____ necessary to provide for themselves. (VS3f) *
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Cause & Effect Question: Because ______, Jamestown settlers died of starvation and disease. (VS3f) *
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