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Contents Acknowledgements Introduction: The Jamestown Colony, by D. Alan Williams, Professor Emeritus of History, University of Virginia A Note about Sources Entries: Accohannock Indians Accomac Indians Algernon, Fort Annemessex Indians Archaeology Archer, Gabriel (c.1575-c.1610) Archer's Hope Argall, Sir Samuel (1580-1626) Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities Bacon, Nathaniel the Elder (d. 1692) Bacon, Nathaniel the Younger (1647-1676) Bacon's Rebellion Banister, John (1650-1692) Berkeley, Lady Frances Culpeper (b. 1634) Berkeley, Sir William Bermuda City Black Point Blaney, Edward (Blayney; born c.1595) Buck, Richard (1582-1624) Byrd, William I (1652-1704) Cannibalism Cape Accowmack Cape Charles Cape Henry Carter's Grove Chanco Charles City Chesapeake Indians Chickahominy Indians Chickahominy River City Point Claiborne, William (1600-1677) Cole, William (1638-1694) College at Henricus A Counter-Blaste to Tobacco Crashaw, Reverend William (d. 1676) Culpeper, Lord Thomas, Second Baron of Thoresway (1635-1689) Discovery Dale, Sir Thomas (d. 1619) Drummond, William (d. 1677) Early European Exploration of North America Elizabeth River Falling Creek Ironworks French Huguenots Fur Trade General Assembly Glassmaking Godspeed Gosnold, Bartholomew (1572-1607) Green Spring Harwood, William Henricus Hog Island House of Burgesses Hunt, Robert (c.1568-1608) Jack-of-the-Feather James Fort James River Jamestown Church Tower Jesuit Mission (Chesapeake) Kecoughtan Kecoughtan Indians Kelso, William M. (b. 1941) Kendall, George (d. 1608) Lawes Divine, Morall, and Martiall (Dale's Laws) Lee, Richard (c.1613-1664) London Company Lost Colony Ludwell, Lady Frances Culpeper Berkeley (b. 1634) Ludwell, Philip Mt. Malady Manahoac Indians Martin's Hundred Massacre of 1622 Massacre of 1644 Mathew, Thomas (died c.1705) Mattaponi Indians Mattaponi River Merchant's Hundred Monacan Indians Mulberry Island Nansemond Indians Nansemond River Nemattanew (died c.1622) New Fort Newport, Sir Christopher (1560-1617) Newport News Northern Neck Occohannock Indians Opechancanough (d. 1646) Opitchapam (d. 1630) Pamunkey Indians Pamunkey River Paspahegh Indians Percy, George (1580-1632) Plymouth Company Pocahontas (c.1595-d. 1617) Point Hope Polish Workers Popham Colony Pory, John (1572-1636) Powell, Captain Nathaniel (d. 1622) Powhatan (d. 1618) Raleigh, Sir Walter (c.1552-1618) Rappahannock Indians Rappahannock River Rolfe, John (1585-1622) Rolfe, Thomas (1615-c.1675) Sagadahoc (Popham) Colony Sandys, Sir Edwin (1561-1629) Sandys, George (1578-1644) Shirley Hundred Slavery Smith, Captain John (1580-1631) Smith's Fort Smythe, Sir Thomas (c.1558-1625) Somers, Sir George (1554-1610) Strachey, William (1572-1621) Susan Constant Thorpe, George (d. 1622) Three Ships Tindall's Point Tobacco Todkill, Anas Trades and Artisans Upper Mattaponi Indians Virginia Company Wahunsonacock Warraskoyak Indians West, Thomas, Lord de la Warr (1577-1618) White, John (c.1540-c.1618) Wingfield, Edward-Maria (1550-c.1614) Winne, Peter (c.1560-1609) York River Side Bars: Queen Anne "Antonio the negro" Sir Samuel Argall Atlantic Coast "a silly sort of a fort" Bacon's Rebellion Baptism of Slaves Sir William Berkeley to Charles II Mr. Edward Blaney's "men Over ye Watter" William Byrd I of Westover Canoeing on the Thames Captain John Smith Captain John Smith's Capture by the Pamunkey Indians Captain John Smith and New England Captain John Smith, Panegyrick Verses William Cavendish, Earl of Devonshire Chesapeake Bay Coxendale: Forgotten Town Sir Francis Drake East India School Queen Elizabeth Nicholas Ferrar, the Elder Nicholas Ferrar, the Younger Fur Trade First Christian Marriage First General Assembly, 1619 Sir Humphrey Gilbert Glassmaking Sir Richard Grenville Thomas Harriot: New World Enthusiast King James and the Bible James Fort Jamestown's First President Jaquelin-Ambler House Kewasa (The Deity) Kocoum: Pocahontas's First Husband? Landfall and First Contact Manahoac Confederacy: Enemies of Powhatan Massacre of 1622 Sir William Morton and The Royal Feast Musk Rats Mulberry Shade Of the Natives Chief Necotowance on the Treaty of 1646 The Other Massacre Patawomeke Indians: Allied with Powhatan Pocahontas's Brothers Rappahannock Indians: Reverence for the Sun Robert Rich, Earl of Warwick St. George at Gravesend George Thorpe Treaty Negotiations with the Chickahominy, 1614 Tobacco Tobacco So Sweet Tobacco Vicious and Ruinous Tobacco: The Native American Method of Receiving Visitors Virginia John White's Account of the Lost Colony Henry Wriothesley, third Earl of Southampton Selected Writings: Discovery of Virginia, 1170-1584 Fifth Voyage of John White to Virginia, 1589 John Brereton's Account of the Aborted New England Colony, 1602 First Virginia Charter, 1606 Instructions for the Virginia Colony, 1606 First Residents of Jamestown, 1607 Observations by Master George Percy, 1607 Captain John Smith's Journey to the Pamunkey Indians, 1608 Second Virginia Charter, 1609 Winter of the Starving Time, 1609-1610 Third Virginia Charter, 1612 William Strachey's Description of the Natives of Virginia, 1612 William Strachey's Description of Chief Powhatan, 1612 John Rolfe to Sir Thomas Dale, 1614 Captain John Smith's Petition to Queen Anne on behalf of Pocahontas, 1616 London Company Instructions to George Yeardley, 1618 Captain Anthony Chester's Description of A Sea Fight, 1620 Captain John Smith's Description of the Indian Massacre, 1622 Richard Frethorne's Description of Indentured Service, 1623 Captain John Smith on the Reformation of Virginia, 1623 Captain John Smith's Description of the Plymouth Colony, 1624 Aftermath of Massacre, 1644 List of Those Executed for Bacon's Rebellion, 1676 An Account of Our Late Troubles in Virginia, 1676 Eulogy of the Dead Rebel, 1676 Charles II's Patent Appointing Thomas, Lord Culpeper, Governor of Virginia, 1680 Of the Waters, 1688 The Reverend John Clayton's Description of Tobacco Cultivation in Virginia, 1688 Robert Beverley's Description of the Beaver in Virginia, 1705 Appendices: Jamestown Settlement Chronology Tribes of the Powhatan Confederacy Villages of the Powhatan Confederacy List of Indian Words and Phrases Members of the First General Assembly Virginia's Chief Executives, 1607-1699 Bibliography
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Jamestown (Va.) -- History -- 17th century -- Encyclopedias.
Virginia -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Encyclopedias.