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The Indian Removal Act and The Trail of Tears

Benjamin West, “William Penn’s Treaty with the Indians,” Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

March 22, 1622: Algonquian Indians kill 347 English settlers around Jamestown, Virginia, over a quarter of the colony's population.

1622 massacre jamestown de Bry - History of Jamestown, Virginia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Baptism of Pocahontas - Native Americans in the United States - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

John Gadsby Chapman - Baptism of Pocahontas - 1840 - Rotunda, Capitol, Washington D. Pocahontas christened Lady Rebecca, before her marriage to John Rolfe, 1614

Benjamin West, The Death of General Wolfe, 1770.  Published on Jul 19, 2012 In this series, produced in collaboration with the Independent Learning Centre, Ontario's designated provider of distance education, learn about key artworks and artists in the Gallery's collection with Educator, Béatrice Djahanbin.

The Death of General Wolfe, Benjamin West West's depiction of the death of British General James Wolfe during the 1759 Battle of Quebec of the Seven Years' War.

Winslow Homer (American: 1836-1910) - Fresh Air -  1848

"Fresh Air " by: The Gilded Age artist, Winslow Homer, Watercolor, Brooklyn Museum

Charts, Maps, & Graphs from Early America: 7 activities to teach skills! from Mr Educator on TeachersNotebook.com (12 pages)  - Enjoy 7 charts, maps, and graphs about early America to help with data prep!

Charts, Maps, Graphs from Early America: 7 activities to teach skills! **A Common Core Ready Activity!** ~~~ worth a look, not a CC fan though

Jamestown, Va, 1660's.  Keith Rocco.  Although Jamestown never became the great city John Smith envisioned, this settlement established an English presence and a culture in the New World which eventually would influence a nation.

Check out this site for facts about important aspects of Colonial Life. Colonial Life of people in the first 13 colonies. Fast facts about the American Colonial Life

In 1607 100 men reached Virginia in the spring named it Jamestown in honor of their king.

Historic Jamestown, Virginia is the site of the first permanent English settlement in North America and represents the very foundations of whom and what we are as a people and a nation.