Monday, February 21, 2011

Inside an Indian Hut

There were more than 25,000 Indians on the Virginia Peninsula. The land which was used for the site of Jamestown already belonged to the Paspaheghs tribe, which was one of 30 powerful tribes. Powhatan ruled about half of the 30,000. The Powhatans lived in villages and farmed. They also hunted and gathered.

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