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3. The colony sent out under White.
Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 30. Eggleston's Household U. S. 18-19. Winsor's

Hist. of Amer. III. 113-16. Doyle's Eng. Col. I. 69–72. Also references

d. Causes of his failure to colonize.
e. Raleigh's later life.
f. What became of Raleigh's charter?

Montgomery's Eng. Hist. 236. Hildreth's U. S. I. 94.

All claims to territory existing at 1600, and the basis of each.

Put into diagram for the blackboard. MacCoun's Hist. Geog. of U. S. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 31, 44. From

references previously given.

What settlements had been made or attempted before

1600 A.D. ? What effect had the discovery of America on Europe? Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 43.


I. What did Hakluyt do for colonization ?
Bancroft's U. S. I. 80. Hildreth's U. S. I. 88. Winsor's Hist. of Amer. III.

188–9. Doyle's Eng. Col. I. 106. Coffin's Old Times in Col. 57.

II. Gosnold's voyage.

Bryant's Popular Hist. I. 262-5. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 45. Bancroft's

U. S. I. 79-80. Doyle's Eng. Col. I. 105. Coffin's Old Times in Col. 56.

a. Sent by whom?
b. Object.
6. Result; change of route to the New World.

III. The Virginia Company.
Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 46. Bryant's Popular Hist. I. 267. Bancroft's

U. S. 85-6. Hildreth's U. S. I. 90. Doyle's Eng. Col. I. 108–11.
a. Its organization and composition.
b. Its officers.
c. The charter.

See also outline given on p. 18.
1. Territory granted.
2. Rights and privileges given.
3. Conditions on which they were given.

4. Government. d. Division into two companies, and the territory granted each. QUESTION : Why were Catholics not to be allowed to go to the

new colony? How were they to be prevented from going ? Compare with the French colonies.

p. 19.

IV. The settlement of Virginia.
Hildreth's U. S. I. chap. IV. Doyle's Eng. Col. I. 112-22, 130-4. Mont-

gomery's Amer. Hist. 47-50. Bryant's Popular Hist. I. 267-304. Bancroft's
U. S. I. 85-6, 91-108. Winsor's Hist. of Amer. III. 127-32. Higginson's
U. S. 143-51. Morris's Half Hours, I. 116 +. Coffin's Old Times in Col.

87-91. Eggleston's Household U. S. 21-8. a. What bargain did the company make with the colonists? b. The character and outfit of the colonists ? c. How was the colony to be governed ? d. Who were the officers and leaders of the colony? e. Location of the colony. f. Give an account of John Smith before he came to Virginia. g. Give an account of him in the Virginia colony. h. The starving time. i. The difficulties and failures of the colony; what were the

reasons for them?

j. Lord Delaware.

Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 51. Bryant's Popular Hist. I. 296–7, 306. Ban

croft's U. S. I. 101-3, 107. Winsor's Hist. of Amer. III. 133-7. Doyle's Eng. Col. I. 133-4, 136. Higginson's U. S. 149, 167. Eggleston's House

hold U. S. 28–9. 1. An account of his coming out.

2. What changes did he make? k. The first Colonial Assembly. Bryant's Popular Hist. I. 306. Bancroft's U. S. I. III, 112, 117. Winsor's Hist.

of Amer. III. 143. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 53. Hildreth's U. S. I. 118.

Eggleston's Household U. S. 33. 1. Note that this assembly exercised, and thus claimed for the

colony, the following rights:
a. The right of representation.
b. The right to elect its own officers.

c. The right to initiate laws. 2. What was the franchise by which members were elected ? 1. Slavery in Virginia. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 54. Doyle's Eng. Col. I. 36–7. Higginson's U. S.

85-90. Coffin's Old Times in Col. 45-9. Bryant's Popular Hist. I. 302. Hildreth's U. S. I. 119. Bancroft's U. S. I. 125-6. Winsor's Hist, of

Amer. III. 143, 152–3. 1. Indented servants. 2. White slavery (not hereditary). Macaulay's Hist. Eng. chap. V. 582. Doyle's Eng. Col. I. 384. Eggleston's

Household U. S. 104. Green's Shorter Hist. of Eng. 666. Bancroft's U. S.

1. 125.

REMARK. — Note Cromwell's prisoners, the eight hundred exiles sold on Jeffrey's bloody circuit, and the sale of condemned criminals by the magistrates at Bristol as a source of profit. Neil, in his “ History of the Virginia Company” (J. Munsell, Albany), gives a very interesting account of the sending out of white slaves, young and old, in the days of the Virginia Company. 3. Negro slavery. a. Hawkin's voyages for slaves. Note the slave trade

carried on by England at this time.

b. Introduced in Virginia. See references above.

C. How were negroes held and treated at first? m. The relation of the colony to the Indians. Morris's Half Hours, I. 130. Bryant's Popular Hist. I. 478-9. Bancroft's U. S.

I. 128. Hildreth's U. S. I. 124. Winsor's Hist. of Amer. III. 145. Eggles

ton's Household U. S. 35-6. 1. In the early days of the colony.

2. The massacre. n. The breaking up of the Virginia Company.

Doyle's Eng. Col. I. 176–7, 179–82. Bancroft's U. S. I. 130—3. 1. Why and how was it broken up? 2. What changes did the breaking up of the Company make in

the Virginia colony? 0. General characteristics of the Virginia colony. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 52. Bancroft's U. S. I. 107–8, 152. Winsor's Hist.

of Amer. III. 144. Doyle's Eng. Col. I. 187, 201. Eggleston's Household U. S. 30-1, 32, 34, 91-102, 113, 119. Hildreth's U. S. I. 115.

Growth and industries. 2. How was land held and inherited ? 3. Printing and schools. 4. Religion. 5. Duties and commerce. 6. Reasons why no towns grew up. Local government in Virginia. Macy's Our Government, 16-17. Fiske's Civil Government, 57, 64-5.



In 1606. Given by King James I.

Given to a company of
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In 1609. The charter was renewed and enlarged. No Catholic

could go out. The oath of allegiance to the king of England was required of all colonists going out, and no Catholic could

take it. In 1611. The charter was again renewed and enlarged.

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