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Alisa Chen Hamza Noor Christina Xu Jenny Zhi Vocab Unit One People 1. John Rolfe: John Rolfe was a farmer in Jamestown who introduced tobacco to the settlers, a plant he had saw the local Indians growing. He later married Pocahontas and died during an native attack. 2. Pocahontas: daughter of Powhatan, the chief of the of Powhatan Indians. Married John Rolfe and converted to Christianity after getting captured by the settlers. 3. John Smith: famous traveler and organized leader who lead the colonists in Jamestown away from death and disaster. He organized Jamestown into a successful colony. 4. John Cabot: The first person representing England to sail to the New World, who at the time was looking for a passage to the Orient.

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