Effects Of Jamestown Settlement

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The Jamestown settlement was one of the harshest experiences for many of the people on that voyage and it was led by Bartholomew Gosnold. If one family member owned a big section of land the family would often fight over the claim on the land. The settlers lost all of their clean water supply and that caused them to have to drink salt water that carried diseases and illness. Many settlers could not handle the harsh weather. They did not know how to dress for the weather and could not find food. A lot of them died during this time. Lots of the people could not find food so that led them to starve. Some of the settlers even dug up graves to eat the bodies of the dead people. The natives began to help the settlers by giving them food. The people

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