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How many times did john smith go to Jamestown?
How many days did John Smith travel to get to Jamestown?
Asked in Colonial America
Name of the captain who sailed to America with the colonists?
Asked in Founding Fathers, Colonial America, Virginia
Who was the founder of Jamestown Virginia?
I hope you didn't circle Smith because the answer below is wrong. Smith came on the second ship and wasn't there very long. He was hated and gun powder was sprinkled on him and set on fire while he slept. He had to return home to have the burns taken care of. Smith later lied in a book about his part in Jamestown.
What was life like in Jamestown Virginia in 1615?
Life in Jamestown, Virginia in 1615 was hard. Many men died of either diseases, Indian attackes, or injuries. The men starting Jamestown were in need of workers, food, and just a but load of help. Now don't get me wrong the men there were mostly jerks for example John Smith, a pedaphile no joke pocahontas was 9 and John Smith was in his mid 40's and many of these men were convicts sent here to serve time. Jamestown was not at a good place in 1615
Asked in Native American History
How many times was john smith held as someone's prisoner?
Asked in Colonial America
Why was John Smith so important to the colony of Jamestown?
Why do kings and queens have roman numerals after their names?
The roman numeral indicates how many times that name has been reused in a bloodline. For example, if John Smith names his son John Smith, then the son will be named John Smith Jr. Now, if John Smith Jr. names his son John Smith, then the son will be named John Smith III (the third), and so on and so forth. In the minds of many, using Roman numerals adds "class" to the name.
Asked in Colonial America
How did Jamestown colonists survive starvation?
the colonists of Jamestown survived starvation in many ways. they were given food from the friendly native Americans, James Rolfe introduced tobacco. john smith showed them many things too. women also helped by cooking, cleaning and working on the crops while the men worked and hunted.hoped i helped!:D
Who started Jamestown?
John Smith started Jamestown and was named Jamestown in honor of King James of England and their goal was to make money and nobody liked John Smith because of his personality and so the crew members locked him up before they even found Jamestown but let John Smith free because the cre knew they needed his survival skills so they landed on marshy land which was bad and home to mosquitoes with a disease called malaria and killed many colonists so John went out in the woods or something and found Indians which locked John up in a prison cell or something so then the chief of the Indians called the Powhatan tribe and the chief sent his daughter named Pocahontas to see him and what's going on with John Smith then the Powhatan tribe were gonna execute John Smith but Pocahontas saved him then later the colonists worked with the Indians and taught each other new things and John Smith was the president and John's motto was to work or dont't eat so if you worked you ate and if you didn't you wouldn't eat and the motto worked and everyone was working and later while John Smith was working one person was burning something and the burn landed on John's gunpowder and John Smith got owned and exploded but he survived and it was severe pain so John had to go back the England and everybody thought John Smith died and they lost their leader but all the colonists and Indians got hungry and it was so bad they called it "The Starving Time" but a man named John Rolfe planted something called TOBACCO and everyone liked it so they sent it to England and everyone like it which made Jamestown rich then Pocahontas married John Rolfe and Pocahontas was kicked out of the Powhatan tribe so John Rolfe and Pocahontas went to England and Pocahontas evolved in to a full England woman then one day Pocahontas became sick and was about to die then suddenly John Smith had to go to Pocahontas before she died and he did and Pocahontas was shocked to see John Smith that she died of amazement! LOL!... JUST KIDDING JK John Smith just saw Pocahontas and she died peacefully... THE END? I guess... Well that's all I know so if you know more you can just edit this I don't care I just did this because of boredom and I was really bored with nothing to do... SOOO um yeah k then...
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Asked in History of England
What was England's first colony at Jamestown?
Jamestown, settled in 1607. At first it was a terrible place about 7 out of 10 died each year. They had a community responsibility pact that everyone would share their harvest with all through the communal store. What happened was many would not work their fields and the food would run out. It wasn't until this "pact" was disolved, around the time (1612) that John Rolfe, "John Smith", arrived to Jamestown with tobacco seeds he illegally took out of England, that the colony started to thrive causing many more people to leave England for America.
Why was the Jamestown colony able to prosper in spite of many hardship?
What was the order that Captain John Smith gave that saved Jamestown?
"Work or starve". Previously the colonists would waste time looking for gold or were too "high class" (many being gentry to upper class) to do farm work. John Smith made the rule that any man who did not do his fair share of the work did not get to eat. Thus the crops were sown and harvested and some managed to survive.