This paper needs to include material only from the two following:
America, Found and Lost by Charles C. Mann, from the May 2007 edition of national Geographic.
"First Peoples" third edition. Author; Colin G. Calloway
The paper needs to answer this question.
How does the reading enhance your understanding of the impacts that the Jamestown
settletment had on native peoples living in the Chesapeake Bay region? How was the Jamestown
experience ( including the conflict that followed) a sign of things to come for native communities along the Atlantic seaboard?
Topics to address include social, political, enviromental/ecological, military, cultural, and or economic aspects. Can be one or combination of topics, but must place reading within the larger context of the effects of the English colonization on native communites and relate it to larger themes/ developments. provide some historical background.
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Calloway Colin. First Peoples: A Documentary Survey of American Indian History. New York: Bedford / St. Martin's. 2004.
Mann Charles. Jamestown, America, Lost and Found. National Geographic. [Online] Retrieved from http://< http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2007/05/jamestown/charles-mann-text/1> 2007.