Compare And Contrast Jamestown And Adam Smith

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The colonists from the early British times moved towards the New World and were relatively similar. The people of Jamestown and Plymouth were similar in the religious. Both practiced their Christian faith. And I may not omit here a special work of God’s providence (Bradford 5). These men were so devoted to going the new World they were willing to face any tragic situation. One tragic time they both faced was the “starving time”. The people suffered without food (Smith 73). Smith was the leader of the people in Jamestown. Jamestown didn’t originally become Jamestown until Smith became the president(Smith PPT). Although Smith was the president he was still a hated man(People hate the president). Smith was a very selfish person. The Natives brought him over to the fire and fed Smith their food, and as the Natives took Smith thinks the Natives saw his…show more content…
Yet he held his hold till he was hauled up by the same rope to the brim of the water, and then with a boat hook and other means got into the ship again his life saved(Bradford 7). Bradford was an excellent choice of leader he had previously been elected governor(Bradford PPT). A man who knows how to lead a government as a whole is a man capable of leading a group to the new world. Bradford would stress more the idea of Predestination, it is up to God to decide on everything. Captain John Smith was the leader of Jamestown leading a group of men to make money eventually off of tobacco. William Bradford was the leader of Plymouth and lead a group of families into the new world for religious reasons. While Smith was being boastful Bradford was more of a humble man. They both had some similar things in common. One of the similarities was going through the experience of the starving times. These leaders shared their experiences in journals. One last similarity they had was having a relationship with Native, these leaders both traveled to the new world from the
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