The Jamestown colony was led by John Smith.
The death of Pocahontas after jamestown colonists had been raiding the indians for food
There are several factors that led to the development of Jamestown, Virginia. The production of tobacco as a cash crop played a very significant role in its development.
CSS Jamestown ended on 1862-05-15.
the tobacco and the search for religious freedom
The leader of the expedition to the place that became Jamestown, VA was Captain John Smith. He was an explorer, adventurer, and an able administrator.
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John Smith's strict attitude helped the people of Jamestown survive under his leadership. He is credited with saving the colony from failure.
led to the booties
Inefficient law enforcement, economic failure, and resistance led to the end of the reconstruction.
Nathanial Bacon led an attack on Jamestown, Virginia to drive away its leader, William Berkeley. The uprising was named after him and is known as Bacon's Rebellion.
No strong leadership existed in Jamestown until the rise of John Rolfe after the starving time of 1609-1610 and the arrival of the third supply mission.