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Jump Back in Time 殖民时期的美国  (1492-1763)
 
Portrait of Pocahontas
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约翰.史密斯成为詹姆斯敦的领导人,1608910

天生的领袖魅力及争议性,史密斯一度被排拒在殖民政权之外,在到达弗吉尼亚的旅程中,有一些人阴谋的想搞叛变;史密斯运用自己的强壮和机智解决的问题,成为詹姆斯敦人民仰赖的对象。


The charismatic and controversial Smith was originally excluded from the government of the settlement on the grounds that he had conspired to mutiny during the voyage to Virginia. But because of his strength and ingenuity, the people of Jamestown needed him. He began to run things long before he officially received his post, leading the settlers through struggles against disease, starvation, and frequent raids upon the settlement by the Native American tribes. A brash figure with a bold self-confidence, Smith brought his soldiering experience to Virginia.
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