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What problems did the settlers face? Source 1

Part of a letter sent to Richard Hakluyt by Ralph Lane, dated 3 September 1585. Taken from Richard Hakluyt, The Third and Last Volume of the Voyages, Navigations, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation, London, 1600, pp.254-255

Letter sent from Ralph Lane to Richard Hakluyt. Taken from Hakluyt, Voyages, Navigations and Traffiques, 1600

Letter sent from Ralph Lane to Richard Hakluyt. Taken from Hakluyt, Voyages, Navigations and Traffiques, 1600

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Read the source carefully and then answer the questions.

Q1. Make a list of all the things that Lane thinks are good about the new country.

Q2. What does he think is wrong with America?

Q3. What does he think of the Amerindians?

Q4. If you received this letter, would you think Virginia was a good or bad place to live? Remember to give reasons for your answer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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