Jamestown Chapters 7-9- History of U.S.

  1.  
    Which of the following is one way that "The Starving Time" affected Jamestown?
    A. They found lots of fresh drinking water B. They made peace with the Powhatan C. Settlers were forced to burn their homes D. They ate all the hogs at Hog Island
  2.  
    The new colonists that came to Jamestown decided to turn around and leave because
    A. the current residents looked skinny and unhealthy B. their leader, John Smith, told them to turn around C. the storms were too rough at sea D. they needed more supplies
  3.  
    Lord De La Warr helped turn Jamestown around by making the colonists work, just like John Smith did. However, the next leader, Sir Thomas Dale, wasn't as kind. Which of these DIDN'T he do?
    A. He had Pocahontas captured. B. He took your life after you made 3 mistakes C. He made sure there was a hospital and a church. D. He encouraged cleaning, fixing, and building.
  4.  
    Explain two things that happened to Pocahontas after she decided to become a colonist, instead of a Powhatan tribe member.
  5.  
    Which of the following are ways that the gentlemen continued to struggle to fit in at Jamestown? Select ALL that apply.
    A. They struggled with hunting. B. They were dirty and unclean. C. They wore 60 pounds of armor in summer. D. They got into many fights with each other.
  6.  
    How did the tobacco plant save Jamestown?
  7.  
    To be able to plant and take care of entire FIELDS of tobacco began to be a very difficult job for the colonists. They eventually needed to find help. At first, they found indentured servants to come to America. Then, they found slaves instead. Explai
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Jamestown Chapters 7-9- History of U.S. (Answer Key)

  1.  
    Which of the following is one way that "The Starving Time" affected Jamestown?
    A. They found lots of fresh drinking water B. They made peace with the Powhatan C. Settlers were forced to burn their homes D. They ate all the hogs at Hog Island
  2.  
    The new colonists that came to Jamestown decided to turn around and leave because
    A. the current residents looked skinny and unhealthy B. their leader, John Smith, told them to turn around C. the storms were too rough at sea D. they needed more supplies
  3.  
    Lord De La Warr helped turn Jamestown around by making the colonists work, just like John Smith did. However, the next leader, Sir Thomas Dale, wasn't as kind. Which of these DIDN'T he do?
    A. He had Pocahontas captured. B. He took your life after you made 3 mistakes C. He made sure there was a hospital and a church. D. He encouraged cleaning, fixing, and building.
  4.  
    Explain two things that happened to Pocahontas after she decided to become a colonist, instead of a Powhatan tribe member.
  5.  
    Which of the following are ways that the gentlemen continued to struggle to fit in at Jamestown? Select ALL that apply.
    A. They struggled with hunting. B. They were dirty and unclean. C. They wore 60 pounds of armor in summer. D. They got into many fights with each other.
  6.  
    How did the tobacco plant save Jamestown?
  7.  
    To be able to plant and take care of entire FIELDS of tobacco began to be a very difficult job for the colonists. They eventually needed to find help. At first, they found indentured servants to come to America. Then, they found slaves instead. Explai

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