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Jamestown and the Virginia Company
would be responsible for repaying the Virginia Company for his wife's transport and provisions. Among others, Rolfe quickly became both a wealthy and prominent man. Many of the women were not "maids" but widows. The treaties set up reservations, some of the oldest in America, for the surviving Powhatan. 7 Also notable among the first settlers was Robert Hunt, chaplain who gave the first Christian prayer at Cape Henry on April 26, 1607, and held open-air services at Jamestown until a church was built there. On October 1, 1608, 70 new settlers arrived aboard the English "Mary and Margaret" with the Second Supply, following a journey of approximately three months.
Some others were children, for example Priscilla, the eight-year-old daughter of Joanne Palmer, who travelled with her mother and her new stepfather, Thomas Palmer, on The Tyger. Bacon and his supporters surrounded the statehouse and threatened to start shooting the Burgesses if Berkeley did not acknowledge Bacon as "General of all forces against the Indians". Jamestown Colony: A Political, Social, and Cultural History. By 1634, a palisade (stockade) was completed across the Virginia Peninsula, which was about 6 miles (9.7 km) wide at that point between Queen's Creek which fed into the York River and Archer's Hope Creek, (since renamed College Creek ) which fed into the James River. Wheat was also grown in Virginia starting in 1618. She was abducted by Englishmen whose leader was Samuel Argall, and transported about 90 miles (140 km) south to the English settlement at Henricus on the James River. 20 Some of the settlers were artisans who built a glass furnace which became the first proto-factory in British North America. Finding the conditions unhealthy and greatly in need of improvement, he immediately called for a meeting of the Jamestown Council, and established crews to rebuild Jamestown. 6 Those named for the initial Council were: Bartholomew Gosnold, Captain of Godspeed Christopher Newport, Captain of Susan Constant, later of Sea Venture George Kendall, later executed by capital punishment in Jamestown John Martin, later founder of Martin's Brandon Plantation George Percy, twice president. 10 Also included were the first non-English settlers.