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What brave and smart men and women can achieve, when they are attempting to do noble things.
Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2017
I and many others would not be here in Virginia or in America, had it not have been for Jamestown and the Englishmen who supported and then carried out the extremely dangerous voyages and settlement there at what is called Jamestown. Oh, my goodness, so many examples of courage was demonstrated in every step that it took to cross the great and dangerous Atlantic Ocean, to a strange place that no one knew how it would be if they survived the trip. They knew about the Indians from some earlier trips to America where men were killed , but as far as the weather, food, water, wild animals, and such, they had to relay on luck and God. This book covers a later period after the initial settlement along the River they named for King James in May 1607. Yes this book covers a later resupply plan for the colonist at Jamestown, and what an adventure it entailed as well as the many new names that history has not given enough credit to. I live 40 minutes from Jamestown, and I must tell you, you need to read this book and then learn more about the English colony that really started America along with the colonization of Bermuda and sister colony later on up North in Ma. PS: The first Thanksgiving was in 1617 at Berkley, on the James River in Virginia, not in Mass.