The Settlement of Jamestown
The rough life in Jamestown By Josiah Burkett
The ships from England had just arrived at the swampy, slushy place for the Jamestown settlement. The survival of the people of Jamestown was very rough. The Indians near Jamestown didn't get along with the new visitors. John Smith had a big affect on the people of Jamestown. The Jamestown settlement eventually became a success.
The survival for the settlement of Jamestown was very rough for the people in the beginning. The Jamestown people were running out of food and they had to grow more crops to get more food. They also had to work extra hard because since they were running out of food, they had to grow extra crops. A drought had came right through the Jamestown settlement and all the plants dried up and the well dried up too. A ship for England arrived just in time and dropped of supplies.
The indians didn't get along with the new visitors. We thought the indians had what we wanted, which was gold. The Indians wanted to destroyJamestown and it's people. When the Indians declared war, John Smith and Pocahontas Stopped them and became friends. In the end, the indians and Jamestown became friends.
The rough journey over the sea was worth it. The survival was finally not rough anymore. We finally got along with indians. John Smith did really have a big effect on Jamestown. The Jamestown settlement was really a success.