A complete school year's worth (104 slides!) of daily warm up questions for American History! The slides start with Jamestown and the early colonie...

Daily Warm Up Questions for US History

A complete school year's worth (104 slides!) of daily warm up questions for American History! The slides start with Jamestown and the early colonie...

I am a direct descendent of-Powhatan, whose given name was Wahunsonacock, was the paramount chief of Tsenacomoco, a political alliance of Virginia Indians whose core six groups all settled along the James, Mattaponi, and Pamunkey rivers.

I am a direct descendent of-Powhatan, whose given name was Wahunsonacock, was the paramount chief of Tsenacomoco, a political alliance of Virginia Indians whose core six groups all settled along the James, Mattaponi, and Pamunkey rivers.

Le 14 mai 1607, 3 navires anglais accostent dans la Baie du Chesapeake (Susan Constant, Godspeed et Discovery). Les précédents explorateurs avaient appelé cet endroit la Virginie. C'est une centaine d'hommes sous le commandement de John Smith qui construiront le fort de Jamestown. Les premières années seront difficiles à cause de la famine, les maladies et de nombreuses attaques amérindiennes. Cependant la colonie survivra et deviendra la première présence anglaise permanente en Amérique.

Le 14 mai 1607, 3 navires anglais accostent dans la Baie du Chesapeake (Susan Constant, Godspeed et Discovery). Les précédents explorateurs avaient appelé cet endroit la Virginie. C'est une centaine d'hommes sous le commandement de John Smith qui construiront le fort de Jamestown. Les premières années seront difficiles à cause de la famine, les maladies et de nombreuses attaques amérindiennes. Cependant la colonie survivra et deviendra la première présence anglaise permanente en Amérique.

Pocahontus, as a compassionate little girl she saw to it that the colonists received food from the Indians, so that Jamestown would not suffer the fate of the "Lost Colony" on Roanoke Island. She is said to have intervened to save the lives of individual colonists. In 1616 John Smith wrote that Pocahontas was "the instrument to pursurve this colonie from death, famine, and utter confusion." Pocahontas served as a representative of the & vital link between the native Americans & the…

Pocahontus, as a compassionate little girl she saw to it that the colonists received food from the Indians, so that Jamestown would not suffer the fate of the "Lost Colony" on Roanoke Island. She is said to have intervened to save the lives of individual colonists. In 1616 John Smith wrote that Pocahontas was "the instrument to pursurve this colonie from death, famine, and utter confusion." Pocahontas served as a representative of the & vital link between the native Americans & the…

Slavery in the 13 British colonies in America grew during the 17th century, largely because the labor force served as an economic engine for colonial prosperity. In 1619, when the first captive African immigrants arrived in America, they worked alongside white indentured servants in the Jamestown tobacco fields. But colonists realized that enslaved Africans were less costly than indentured servants, the slave trade burgeoned. By 1700, there were 27,817 enslaved Africans living in the…

Slavery in the 13 British colonies in America grew during the 17th century, largely because the labor force served as an economic engine for colonial prosperity. In 1619, when the first captive African immigrants arrived in America, they worked alongside white indentured servants in the Jamestown tobacco fields. But colonists realized that enslaved Africans were less costly than indentured servants, the slave trade burgeoned. By 1700, there were 27,817 enslaved Africans living in the…

This is a Colonial Times webquest that has a section on Plymouth and the Pilgrims, as well as the 13 colonies: New England Colonies, Middle Colonie...

This is a Colonial Times webquest that has a section on Plymouth and the Pilgrims, as well as the 13 colonies: New England Colonies, Middle Colonie...

In the spring of 1622 the Indians attacked Jamestown, VA settlers for expanding their tobacco farms onto their hunting grounds. The fight cause 350 settlers and Rolfe to die, and burned buildings.

In the spring of 1622 the Indians attacked Jamestown, VA settlers for expanding their tobacco farms onto their hunting grounds. The fight cause 350 settlers and Rolfe to die, and burned buildings.

The Thirteen Colonies were one of the most important movements that the Englishmen did. At the start of this, they made their first colony at Jamestown, Virginia, in the year 1607. When they were first starting to settle in those lands, many died because of starvation and diseases, but because of the Native Americans they were able to grow and export tobacco. Their growth in wealth and government was strengthened by those Native Americans.

The Thirteen Colonies were one of the most important movements that the Englishmen did. At the start of this, they made their first colony at Jamestown, Virginia, in the year 1607. When they were first starting to settle in those lands, many died because of starvation and diseases, but because of the Native Americans they were able to grow and export tobacco. Their growth in wealth and government was strengthened by those Native Americans.

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