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Virginia Colony

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1. England’s Slow Start
2. Plans for Virginia
3. Sir Thomas Dale, 1610s
4. Sir Edwin Sandys, 1618-19
5. Indian Relations
6. Origins of Slavery
7. Conclusions

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Virginia Colony

  1. 1. “Tobacco’s older than the gummint itself!”
  2. 2. 1.England’s Slow Start 2.Plans for Virginia 3.Sir Thomas Dale, 1610s 4.Sir Edwin Sandys, 1618-19 5.Indian Relations 6.Origins of Slavery 7.Conclusions
  3. 3. Jamestown, Va. (1607)
  4. 4. England’s Slow Start
  5. 5. Why?
  6. 6. Why?
  7. 7. Why?THE SPANISH ARMADA (1588: RIP)
  8. 8. problem of finance
  9. 9. joint-stock company London Co. or Virginia Co.
  10. 10. Plans for Virginia
  11. 11. “The chief Design of all Parties concern’d was to fetch away the Treasure from thence, aiming more at sudden Gain than to form any regular Colony.” – Robert Beverly, 1705
  12. 12. trading posts
  13. 13. trading posts
  14. 14. Indians, Settlers, Women?
  15. 15. mining
  16. 16. mining
  17. 17. citrus fruits
  18. 18. citrus fruits
  19. 19. citrus fruits
  20. 20. “The Stinking Weed”
  21. 21. 80%
  22. 22. 80%
  23. 23. “The Starving Time”
  24. 24. “thatt notheinge was Spared to mainteyne Lyfe and to doe those things which seame incredible, as to digge upp deade corpes outt of graves and to eate them. And some have Licked upp the Bloode which hathe fallen from their weake fellowes.”
  25. 25. “that nothing was Spared to maintain Life and to do those things which seem incredible, as to dig up dead corpses out of graves and to eat them. And some have Licked up the Blood which had fallen from their weak fellows.”
  26. 26. “that nothing was Spared to maintain Life and to do those things which seem incredible, as to dig up dead corpses out of graves and to eat them. And some have Licked up the Blood which had fallen from their weak fellows.”
  27. 27. “that nothing was Spared to maintain Life and to do those things which seem incredible, as to dig up dead corpses out of graves and to eat them. And some have Licked up the Blood which had fallen from their weak fellows.”
  28. 28. Sir Thomas Dale (1610s)
  29. 29. martial law
  30. 30. Sir Edwin Sandys (1618-19)
  31. 31. “headright” system
  32. 32. indentured servants
  33. 33. families
  34. 34. “Tobacco Brides”? 1619
  35. 35. “one hundredth and fiftie [pounds] of the best leafe Tobacco”.
  36. 36. The 17th Century Bachelorette?
  37. 37. colonial assembly (1619)
  38. 38. House of Burgesses
  39. 39. Indian Relations
  40. 40. Powhaten “babysitter”
  41. 41. Massacre of 1622
  42. 42. dissolved
  43. 43. royal colony
  44. 44. Slavery
  45. 45. 1619
  46. 46. 1670
  47. 47. 1619
  48. 48. 1619
  49. 49. treatment?
  50. 50. Interpretation #1
  51. 51. indentured servants
  52. 52. Interpretation #2
  53. 53. Interpretation #2
  54. 54. 1624/25 Muster
  55. 55. 1624/25 Muster
  56. 56. Name Muster Status Location Corporation Age Ship Date of Arrival Muster Date Notes
  57. 57. Name Muster Status Location Corporation Age Ship Date of Arrival Muster Date Notes servant servant servant servant
  58. 58. Were the Africans on the muster slaves or indentured servants?
  59. 59. “By the time of Portuguese colonization of South America, the term “negro” [negros da terra] had become almost synonymous with ‘slave’ in the Portuguese language” (13). – Nishida, Slavery and Identity
  60. 60. Conclusions

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