Jamestown Colony: A Political, Social, And Cultural History, 1st Edition

  • Frank E. Grizzard
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  • ISBN-10: 1851096426
  • ISBN-13: 9781851096428
  • DDC: 973.2
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 449 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released September 2010
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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Overview

Political intrigue, rebellion, starvation, cannibalism, conflict with Native Americans, all are part of the story of the first lasting English outpost in the New World. Now shrouded in legend, the story of Jamestown is part adventure, part gritty reality. This book provides a complete, contextual look at the true story.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
Acknowledgements.
A Note about Sources.
Introduction: I. The Founding of Virginia.
Introduction: II. The Rise and Fall of Corporate Colonization, 1609-1624.
1: Accohannock Indians.
2: Accomac Indians.
3: Algernon, Fort.
4: Annemessex Indians.
5: Archaeology.
6: Archer, Gabriel (c.1575-c.1610).
7: Archer's Hope.
8: Argall, Sir Samuel (1580-1626).
9: Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities.
10: Bacon, Nathaniel the Elder (1620-1692).
11: Bacon, Nathaniel the Younger (1647-1676).
12: Bacon's Rebellion.
13: Banister, John (1650-1692).
14: Berkeley, Lady Frances Culpeper (b. 1634).
15: Berkeley, Sir William (1605-1677).
16: Bermuda City.
17: Black Point.
18: Blaney, Edward (Blayney; born c.1595).
19: Buck, Richard (1582-1624).
20: Byrd, William I (1652-1704).
21: Cannibalism.
22: Cape Accowmack.
23: Cape Charles.
24: Cape Henry.
25: Carter's Grove.
26: Chanco.
27: Charles City.
28: Chesapeake Indians.
29: Chickahominy Indians.
30: Chickahominy River.
31: City Point.
32: Claiborne, William (1600-1677).
33: Cole, William (1638-1694).
34: College at Henricus.
35: A Counter-Blaste to Tobacco.
36: Crashaw, Reverend William (d. 1626).
37: Culpeper, Lord Thomas, Second Baron of Thoresway (1635-1689).
38: Dale, Sir Thomas (d. 1619).
39: Discovery.
40: Drummond, William (d. 1677).
41: Early European Exploration of North America.
42: Elizabeth River.
43: Falling Creek Ironworks.
44: French Huguenots.
45: Fur Trade.
46: General Assembly.
47: Glassmaking.
48: Godspeed.
49: Gosnold, Bartholomew (1572-1607).
50: Green Spring.
51: Harwood, William.
52: Henricus.
53: Hog Island.
54: House of Burgesses.
55: Hunt, Robert (c.1568-1608).
56: Jack-of-the-Feather.
57: James Fort.
58: James River.
59: Jamestown Church Tower.
60: Jesuit Mission (Chesapeake).
61: Kecoughtan.
62: Kecoughtan Indians.
63: Kelso, William M. (b. 1941).
64: Kendall, George (d. 1608).
65: Lawes Divine, Morall, and Martiall (Dale's Laws).
66: Lee, Richard (c.1613-1664).
67: London Company.
68: Lost Colony.
69: Ludwell, Lady Frances Culpeper Berkeley.
70: Ludwell, Philip.
71: Manahoac Indians.
72: Martin's Hundred.
73: Massacre of 1622.
74: Massacre of 1644.
75: Mathew, Thomas (died c.1705).
76: Mattaponi Indians.
77: Mattaponi River.
78: Merchant's Hundred.
79: Monacan Indians.
80: Mt. Malady.
81: Mulberry Island.
82: Nansemond Indians.
83: Nansemond River.
84: Nemattanew (died c.1622).
85: New Fort.
86: Newport News.
87: Newport, Sir Christopher (1560-1617).
88: Northern Neck.
89: Occohannock Indians.
90: Opechancanough (d. 1646).
91: Opitchapam (d. 1630).
92: Pamunkey Indians.
93: Pamunkey River.
94: Paspahegh Indians.
95: Percy, George (1580-1632).
96: Plymouth Company.
97: Pocahontas (c.1595-d. 1617).
98: Point Hope.
99: Polish Workers.
100: Popham Colony.
101: Pory, John (1572-1636).
102: Powell, Captain Nathaniel (d. 1622).
103: Powhatan (d. 1618).
104: Raleigh, Sir Walter (c.1552-1618).
105: Rappahannock Indians.
106: Rappahannock River.
107: Rolfe, John (1585-1622).
108: Rolfe, Thomas (1615-C.1675).
109: Sagadahoc (Popham) Colony.
110: Sandys, Sir Edwin (1561-1629).
111: Sandys, George (1578-1644).
112: Shirley Hundred.
113: Slavery.
114: Smith, Captain John (1580-1631).
115: Smith's Fort.
116: Smythe, Sir Thomas (c.1558-1625).
117: Somers, Sir George (1554-1610).
118: Strachey, William (1572-1621).
119: Susan Constant.
120: Thorpe, George (d. 1622).
121: Three Ships.
122: Tindall's Point.
123: Tobacco.
124: Todkill, Anas.
125: Trades and Artisans.
126: Upper Mattaponi Indians.
127: Virginia Company.
128: Wahunsonacock.
129: Warraskoyak Indians.
130: Werowocomoco.
131: West, Thomas, Lord De La Warr (1577-1618).
132: White, John (c.1540-c.1618).
133: Wingfield, Edward-Maria (1550-c.1614).
134: Winne, Peter (c.1560-1609).
135: York River.
136: Selected Writings.
137: Disovery of Virginia, 1170-1584.
138: Fifth Voyage of John White to Virginia, 1589.
139: John Brereton's Account of the Aborted New England Colony, 1602.
140: First Virginia Charter, 10 April 1606.
141: Instructions for the Virginia Colony, 1606.
142: First Residents of Jamestown, 1607.
143: Observations by Master George Percy, 1607.
144: Captain John Smith's Journey to the Pamunkey Indians, 1608.
145: Second Virginia Charter, 23 May 1609.
146: Winter of the Starving Time, 1609-1610.
147: Third Virginia Charter, 12 March 1612.
148: William Strachey's Description of the Natives of Virginia, 1612.
149: William Strachey's Description of Chief Powhatan, 1612.
150: John Rolfe to Sir Thomas Dale, 1614.
151: Captain John Smith's Petition to Queen Anne on Behalf of Pocahontas, 1616.
152: London Company Instructions to George Yeardley, 18 November 1618.
153: Captain Anthony Chester's Description of a Sea Fight, 1620.
154: Captain John Smith's Description of the Indian Massacre, 1622.
155: Richard Frethorne's Description of Indentured Service, 1623.
156: Captain John Smith on the Reformation of Virginia, 1623.
157: Captain John Smith's Description of the Plymouth Colony, 1624.
158: Aftermath of Massacre, 1644.
159: List of Those Executed for Bacon's Rebellion, 1676.
160: An Account of Our Late Troubles in Virginia, 1676.
161: Eulogy of the Dead Rebel, 1676.
162: Charles II's Patent Appointing Thomas, Lord Culpeper, Governor of Virginia, 1680.
163: Of the Waters, 1688.
164: The Reverend John Clayton's Description of Tobacco Cultivation in Virginia, 1688.
165: Robert Beverley's Description of the Beaver in Virginia, 1705.
Appendix one.
Appendix Two.
Appendix Three.
Appendix Four.
Appendix Five.
Appendix Six.
Bibliography.
Index.
About the Authors.