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Chapter 6, Lesson 2: English Settlement in the South (pp. 132-135)

I. Origins of English Settlement

II. The English Arrive in Virginia

    A. The English formed the Virginia Company to earn a profit in Jamestown.

    B. The colony in Jamestown failed because they did not plant crops.

III. Maryland and the Caribbean
    A. George Calvert's settlement was successful in Maryland because they grew crops.

    B. The English set up plantations on Barbados.

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