EXT. JAMESTOWN - MORNING
There is a small land of Edinburgh called Jamestown which the landlord is Pierre Jamestown.
The church bell rings and the choir is singing hymns with the companion of an organ. The birds join the choir and the butterflies dance freely in the sunshine. The Pierre Colliery Company can also be seen in the distance. The smoke comes out from the two big chimneys, just like spitting a flock of black and white sheep to the blue sky. Everything in Jamestown is so well organised. And looking at the magnificent mountains and trees, this is where love is in the air.
Look, the wind blows and the dark clouds coming from nowhere to Jamestown. That love will now be covered in darkness…
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EXT. PIERRE’S HOUSE - DAY
VICTORIA PIERRE, 35, wife of Pierre Jameson, passionate, distinctive yet delusional, walks to the front of the mirror to look at her pale face which the wrinkles on her skin becomes apparent. Sobbing, she uses her arms to bury her face. Victoria feels alone, puzzled and lost. Charles enters her room and passes her a handkerchief. After taking a long breath, Victoria lifts her head and Charles wipes her tears. Then, she hugs him tightly and never lets go.
Where have you been in the past two months? I am suffering the pain of missing you, darling. Tell me, darling, are you afraid of PIERRE?
(Lets go of Victoria)
I’m gone, Victoria. I don’t want to fall into the mistake between me and you. I regret what I have done. You’re my stepmother… How can it be…
No, Charles. I have never felt regret. I know that you’re my destiny, my true love.
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A recollection of what he as the chief was able to do to rid himself of Jamestown is revisited, and we see a sort of regret for the chief of chiefs until his death later on. As the book shifts over to how the first black slaves enter Jamestown, we go through accusations involving tobacco and the worries it brought to the king and others. Nonetheless, tobacco becomes the staple cash crop it becomes and of course a ship called the white Lion brought around 20 slaves to work the plantations. Over time much more came during the harvest seasons of the colony, and all of this was acceptable seeing that Virginia had not yet made laws concerning slaves. Moreover, we are told of how bad conditions were for slaves to work for the colonists without any regard for safety and record-keeping.&& The end of the book closes off with the Virginia Company losing rights of the colony to King James.
How Jamestown found success and developed through 1720 was much different than that of the north. Jamestown was located on the Chesapeake Bay. The requirements for the colony were very strict. Settlements had to be located on a panicle, the idea being if the colony was surrounded by three sides of water it would help prevent sneak attacks. In order to see the Spaniards from attacking the settlement needed to be built 150 miles inland, and the colonies ships needed to be able to sail 100 miles up the James river.
“Harsh winter, no fresh water, and diseases”( John Smith 72). That means that it was not easy for them. Their leader was a man named John Smith. He wasn’t always the leader, but he was a leader for Jamestown. He was a bragger and boastful person.
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