This primary source analysis gives students the opportunity to closely examine (either digital or print) a one of the earliest hand drawn maps of Virginia, made by the one and only John Smith! Smith's map contains many hidden gems that provide amazing insights into life in the New World during the early 1600s. Many Native American settlements and the Jamestown fort are featured on this map. Document-based questions encourage critical thinking and in depth analysis of this primary source. Great for any lesson on the English Colonies, Early America, or Geography.