November 24, 2012
Instructions for the Virginia Colony 1606.
The article Instructions for the Virginia Colony 1606 was written as an Outline of American History, by students at The University of Groningen in The Netherlands, 1994 the article is about the instructions for the Charter of the Virginia Colony in 1606. It is intended to be a source of information for those seeking to better understand the United States of America from1600 to 2000. In the “about” page this statement is shown.
In November 1994 a group of students from the Arts Faculty of the University of Groningen in the Netherlands under my supervision created a World Wide Web-site dedicated to the pre-World War I history of the United States of America. The primary goal of this project was to improve basic computer-skills of the students and to teach them a number of more advanced skills. We started with a scanned booklet the American Information Agency provides for free abroad: An Outline of American History.
The article seems to be written in the “Old English” standard of wording in the era of 1600’s. It was extremely hard to understand and in some way confusing. I understand the need for instructions for the “Charter”, but I also feel that no matter how they intended it to be, no one knew what would happen once they arrived in “The New World” to be claimed as “Virginia” It seems that more than one Charter was created by the Charter of the Virginia Company of London in fact it was Three Charters enacted by 1620. It seems that all the charters were governed by one instruction, and it seems also that the main goal of the instructions was “PROFIT” by any means. As we learn later in time, some of the ships sailed from England to “Virginia Colony” were off course and ended up in Bermuda (The Somers Isles) and this took longer to reach those already there and in need.
John Rolfe (1585–1622) was one of the early English settlers of North America....