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Jamestown Colony. Goes into detail about the near failure of the colony as well as how it overcame hardship
Jamestown was a a near failure for many reasons.Of these production was a direct cause.
Production depends on three factors: land, labor, and capital. In essence, the London
company stole a good bit of land from the Native American Indians-more than enough
acreage to have sustained the original hundred colonists. What the London Company had
in mind for the colonist to produce on the land they acquired were three primary
commodities: gold, grapes, and sugar. A modern company would have ascertained that
these commodities could be produced in any facility it created or land it selected. But…
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