Here you will find the 10th lesson in the Jamestown Colony Unit focusing on the vital role of women in the colony, the importance of the bride ships and tobacco brides to the growth and stability of the colony. The lesson uses primary source documents from the era and provides students with an opportunity to interact with the documents in a DBQ based activities and analyze how these documents connect us to both the past and to the future.
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Other Lessons In This Unit Series
Lesson 1 - What is a Source?
Lesson 2 - Understanding English Society in Early 1600’s
Lesson 3 - The Roanoke Mystery
Lesson 4 - The Virginia Company of London & The Royal Charter
Lesson 5 - Voyage to Jamestown
Lesson 6 - Establishing a Colony (The First Charter 1606-1608)
Lesson 7 – The Starving Time (The Second Charter 1609-1611)
Lesson 8 – Early Government (The Third Charter 1612-1625)
Lesson 9 - Indian Relations with the English
Lesson 10 - Women in the Colony
Lesson 11 - Indentured Service
Lesson 12 - Slavery in Jamestown
Lesson 13 - Expansion of the Colony – Green Gold
Lesson 14 - Expansion of the Colony – Emigration
Lesson 15 - Decline of Jamestown ~ Relocation of the Capital
Lesson 16 - Archeological Recovery of Jamestown
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