Where does the settlers get food?
they hunt the animals and they eat them
If you are talking about the settlers that came to canada, the settlers got their supplies mostly from the aboriginals through trade. Their food was either hunted or brought by them from their countries. That's the best I can do.
the ate food
She was captured by settlers. The settlers wanted the food she had, so they took her. Back then they didn't have much food and that's what they needed to survive.
No food, No food, and No food! No really many settlers died from starvation. Another is the diseases and settlers lacked the skills necessary to provide for their basic needs. Plus only men came over. No Women, if you know what I mean.
The settlers prepared their food by: hunting for the meat and then taking the meat out of the body. They would find the nuts and berries and the wash them in a stream.
Settlers traded their money with the indians for food and clothes
The Apache Indians raided the European settlers for food and that interaction began the war.
The settlers had lack of food, so many of them died of starvation.
because the Jamestown settlers treated the bad but relied on them to give them food
Settlers would come to Tennessee for economic opportunity. Settlers would also come to Tennessee because they had a lot of food that they could hunt for.
The settlers did not have adequate shelter and food . After the Indians saw that they had come to stay , they became unfriendly , refused to give them food and threatened them if they left their fort. Thus food became really scarce.
to get food!!
They were the food
Jamestown had no food due to the starving time and the pilgrims had food due to sharing with the Indians that's how they're different and Jamestown people are settlers in the new world like the pilgrims Jamestown had no food due to the starving time and the pilgrims had food due to sharing with the Indians that's how there different and Jamestown people are settlers in the new world like the pilgrams
by growing there food
It provided food.
because they want food and money
they traded food with the pilgrims
he gave settlers food.
Most English settlers were subsistence farmers, raising the food they needed. They also would barter with other settlers - like trading 8 eggs for a loaf of bread.
Pocahontas brought lots of food and supplies to the settlers since they were having a hard time.
Jamestown early settlers faced harsh winters and were unable to grow the food they need to survive.
the settlers traded with the native Americans but that didn't help stop war! the native Americans took food away from the settlers and sent many raids through their villages.
The settlers would steal the Indian's land and food. The settlers were very disrespectful to the natives land too. They would also hunt on the Indians land making their prey scarce.
The main foods that settlers of Maryland ate depended on where they lived. Those near the sea at clams, crabs, and other seafood. Inland settlers ate animals that they hunted. Corn was a common food that all settlers ate.
food cloths and water
they left them with no food and no houses.
Corn, beans, and squash.
The loss of Indian hunting lands to the settlers caused the Indians to struggle to find food. This made them move more often and become more aggressive toward the settlers.
The west was peaceful before the white settlers came. The Indians hunted for food and lived off of the land.
Early Fijian settlers would eat foods like fish, fruits, and wild vegetation. This type of food is consumed extensively around the region due to its abundance and ease of collection.
Wood, oil, food.... that last one is like food for your body see?
Yeah they were. English settlers attacked them and ate them. Such a shame.
The early settlers used the land to grow crops so they had food. They also cut down trees to use in building houses.
What happened to most of the Jamestown settlers when they lacked safe drinking water and healthy food?
Most of the Jamestown settlers died in this period of time, known as the Starving Time.
food gatherers were the long ago settlers who by the means of a clay made basket collected nuts' berries etc.
they had to have it sent over on ships until they became self sufficient enough to produce there own food
Some of their food came from their harvest, but only 1%. The other 95% came from the Indian Cheif Powhatan.
One main problem that faced settlers was the ability to communicate with the inhabitants already there. Other problems that existed were lack of food and medical care.
mainly fire and heat
shelter,food,riches,and people to trade with
robbed settlers gardens, threntened aboriginals and took their food
They were taking there land and killing there food and resource supply.
A helping hand, food, advice.
They needed livestock for food, and animals as pets.
They didn't spend the time growing food to eat. They were selfish and wanted to look for gold to sell.
they didn't have enough food because they didn't want to work and the rule was work or no food
Settlers had to clear land of trees to build a place to live. They has to grow or kill their food. They also lived in constant danger from Indian attacks.
that the settlers would have food from i am cookie Ok first of all I have no idea what that is... ^ So the REAL ANSWER to this is that the settlers can benefit from the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 by having the right to have a petition for statehood when the population of a territory reached 60,000.