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1 Dec. 1, 2014 Chapter 4: An English Colony at Jamestown p 98 Lesson 1: The Geography of Jamestown Vocabulary 1. bay- a body of water partly surrounded by land 2. coastal plain- flat land along the coast Important Places 1. Jamestown 2. Virginia 3. Chesapeake Bay Colonists sailed from England to Virginia in They started a colony called Jamestown. It was named after the King of England, James I. They had many natural resources in Jamestown. Native Americans lived in the area hundreds of years before the settlers came. Tall pine trees were used for building houses, making bows and arrows, and making canoes. The Native Americans in Virginia were called the Powhatan. The Powhatan fished in the James River and Chesapeake Bay. Jamestown is near the Chesapeake Bay.

2 Dec. 2, 2014 Lesson 1: Continued There was plenty of rain in Jamestown for plants and trees. The Powhatan used the coastal plain for farming. They grew corn, beans, and squash. The Powhatan also hunted deer and other animals. The Powhatan used the bay to fish. The English settlers used the port for their ships. The English also used the bay for protection from enemies. The English used wood to build houses.

3 Dec Lesson 2: Jamestown Long Ago Vocabulary 1. colony-a place that is ruled by another country 2. colonist- a person who lives in a colony 3. slavery- the practice of one person owning another Important People 1. Powhatan 2. John Smith 3. John Rolfe 4. Pocahontas Powhatan was the leader of the Powhatan people. John Smith was the leader of the English settlement in Jamestown. The Powhatan and English settlers met in England ruled the colony in Jamestown. The English hoped that the colony would provide resources and riches like gold. The colonists also hoped to build a better life in their new community. The Powhatan and colonists struggled to find a way to live peacefully with each other.

4 Dec. 4, 2014 Lesson 2: Continued The colonists were not farmers and had trouble growing food. Some people did not want to work hard. John Smith made a rule, "if you do not work, you do not eat." John Smith asked the Powhatan for help farming. The colonists learned how to grow corn, beans, and squash. Even with help, the colonists went through a "starving time" in Many colonists died of hunger and diseases. John Rolfe began growing a new kind of tobacco to sell to England. This made the colony and England richer. John Rolfe married Powhatan's daughter, Pocahontas. Their marriage led to a long time of peace between the Powhatan and the English.

5 Dec. 10, 2014 p 106 Lesson 2: Continued Virginia was not the only English colony in North America. There were 13 colonies along the Atlantic coast. They became the first 13 states. We have learned that some people came to the colonies for a new life, riches, or religious freedom. Other people were forced to come to the colonies through slavery. People from Africa were captured and taken to North America in slave ships.

6 Dec. 11, 2014 p 108 Lesson 3: Jamestown Today Vocabulary 1. living history museum- a place where people dress, talk, and do things as they did long ago Important Place 1. Jamestown Settlement Jamestown Settlement is a living history museum. People dress in clothes like the Native Americans and colonists used to wear. The Jamestown Settlement does not use real artifacts. They use copies that look real. The three ships people came to Jamestown on are called Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery. There are copies of the ships at the Jamestown Settlement.

7 Dec. 12, 2014 p 110 Lesson 3: continued Besides the Jamestown Settlement, you can also see what the Powhatan village looked like. You can grind corn, see the fire cooking food, and make rope like they did long ago. You can see their wood and grass houses. Even though the Powhatan and settlers were different, they both made clothes, houses and food. They also took care of their communities.

8 Dec. 15, 2014 p 112 Study Skills: Reading Time Lines Vocabulary 1. Time line- tell you the order in which events happened Reading time lines can help you understand history. You can put events from history in order on a time line. We read a time line from left to right. The first event is to the left and the last event is to the right Native Americans live in an area of Virginia Colonists arrive to start Jamestown Colonists die during the "starving time" Pocahontas marries John Rolfe

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