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He played an important role in the establishment of the Jamestown colony, the first permanent English settlement in North America, in the early 17th century. Smith was a leader of the Virginia Colony based at Jamestown between September and August , and led an exploration along the rivers of Virginia and the Chesapeake Bay , during which he became the first English explorer to map the Chesapeake Bay area. Later, he explored and mapped the coast of New England.
When Jamestown was established in , Smith trained the first settlers to farm and work, thus saving the colony from early devastation. He publicly stated " He that will not work, shall not eat ", equivalent to the 2nd Thessalonians 3: With Smith's leadership, however, Jamestown survived and eventually flourished.
Smith was forced to return to England after being injured by an accidental explosion of gunpowder in a canoe. Smith's books and maps were important in encouraging and supporting English colonization of the New World. If he have nothing but his hands, he may John Smith was baptized on 6 January at Willoughby ,  near Alford, Lincolnshire , where his parents rented a farm from Lord Willoughby. After his father died, Smith left home at the age of sixteen and set off to sea.
He then set off for the Mediterranean. There he engaged in both trade and piracy , and later fought against the Ottoman Turks in the Long Turkish War. Smith was promoted to a cavalry captain while fighting for the Austrian Habsburgs in Hungary in the campaign of Michael the Brave in and Smith is reputed to have killed and beheaded three Turkish challengers in single-combat duels, for which he was knighted by the Prince of Transylvania and given a horse and a coat of arms showing three Turks' heads.
As Smith describes it: He then was taken to the Crimea , where he escaped from Ottoman lands into Muscovy , then on to the Polish—Lithuanian Commonwealth before traveling through Europe and North Africa, returning to England in In , Smith became involved with the Virginia Company of London 's plan to colonize Virginia for profit; it had been granted a charter by King James.
The expedition set sail in three small ships, the Discovery , the Susan Constant , and the Godspeed , on 20 December His page was a year-old boy named Samuel Collier.
During the voyage, Smith was charged with mutiny, and Captain Christopher Newport in charge of the three ships had planned to execute him.
These events happened approximately when the expedition stopped in the Canary Islands   for resupply of water and provisions. Smith was under arrest for most of the trip.
However, upon first landing at what is now Cape Henry on 26 April , unsealed orders from the Virginia Company designated Smith as one of the leaders of the new colony, thus, perhaps, sparing Smith from the gallows. By the summer of , the English colonists were still living in temporary housing. The search for a suitable site ended on 14 May when Captain Edward Maria Wingfield , president of the council, chose the Jamestown site as the location for the colony.
After the four-month ocean trip, their food stores were sufficient only for each to have a cup or two of grain-meal per day. Due to swampy conditions and widespread disease, someone died almost every day. By September, more than 60 of the brought by Newport were dead. The men may well have died from drinking brackish creek water and from poor nutrition.
In early January , nearly new settlers arrived with Captain Newport on the First Supply , and through carelessness the village was set on fire. That winter the James River froze over, and the settlers were forced to live in the burnt ruins.
During this time, they wasted much of the three months that Newport and his crew were in port loading their ships with iron pyrite fool's gold. Food supplies ran low, although the Native Americans brought some food, and Smith wrote that "more than half of us died". In October , Newport brought a second shipment of supplies along with 70 new settlers, including the first women. Some German, Polish, and Slovak craftsmen also arrived,     but they brought no food supplies.
Newport brought with him a list of counterfeit Virginia Company orders which angered John Smith greatly. He wrote an angry letter in response. One of the orders was to crown the Native American leader Powhatan emperor and give him a fancy bedstead. The Company wanted Smith to pay for Newport's voyage with such as the colony could produce in the form of pitch, tar, sawed boards, soap ashes, and glass. After that, Smith tried to obtain food from the local Native Americans and it took threats of military force for them to comply.
Powhatan was alarmed at the great number of white men coming and may have been trying to starve them out. Smith found that there were those among both the settlers and Native Americans who were planning to take his life, and it is written that he was warned about the plan by Pocahontas. He called a meeting and threatened those who were spoiled and not working "that he that will not work shall not eat. In December , while seeking food along the Chickahominy River , Smith was captured and taken to meet the chief of the Powhatans at Werowocomoco , the main village of the Powhatan Confederacy.
The village was on the north shore of the York River about 15 miles due north of Jamestown and 25 miles downstream from where the river forms from the Pamunkey River and the Mattaponi River at West Point, Virginia. Smith feared for his life, but he was eventually released without harm and later attributed this in part to the chief's daughter Pocahontas who, according to Smith, threw herself across his body: In , Boston businessman and historian Charles Deane was the first scholar to question specific details of Smith's writings.
Smith's version of events is the only source and skepticism has increasingly been expressed about its veracity. One reason for such doubt is that, despite having published two earlier books about Virginia, Smith's earliest-surviving account of his rescue by Pocahontas dates from , nearly 10 years later, in a letter entreating Queen Anne to treat Pocahontas with dignity. However, in a recent book, professor Leo Lemay of the University of Delaware points out that Smith's earlier writing was primarily geographical and ethnographic in nature and did not dwell on his personal experiences; hence, there was no reason for him to write down the story until this point.
Henry Brooks Adams , the pre-eminent Harvard historian of the second half of the 19th century, attempted to debunk Smith's claims of heroism. He said that Smith's recounting of the story of Pocahontas had been progressively embellished, made up of "falsehoods of an effrontery seldom equaled in modern times". There is consensus among historians that Smith tended to exaggerate, but his account does seem to be consistent with the basic facts of his life.
Adams' attack on Smith, an attempt to deface one of the icons of Southern history, was likely motivated by political considerations in the wake of the American Civil War. Adams had been influenced to write his fusillade against Smith by John G. Palfrey who was promoting New England colonization as the founding of America, as opposed to southern settlement.
The accuracy of Smith's accounts has continued to be a subject of debate over the centuries. Some have suggested that Smith believed that he had been rescued, when he had in fact been involved in a ritual intended to symbolize his death and rebirth as a member of the tribe. Price notes that this is only guesswork, since little is known of Powhatan rituals, and there is no evidence for any similar rituals among other Native American tribes in North America.
In True Travels , Smith told a similar story of having been rescued by the intervention of a young girl after being captured in by Turks in Hungary. Karen Kupperman suggests that he "presented those remembered events from decades earlier" when telling the story of Pocahontas.
As the colonists expanded further, some of the tribes felt that their lands were threatened, and conflicts arose again. In , Pocahontas is said to have saved Smith a second time. Smith and some other colonists were invited to Werowocomoco by Chief Powhatan on friendly terms, but Pocahontas came to the hut where the English were staying and warned them that Powhatan was planning to kill them. Due to this warning, the English stayed on their guard and the attack never came. Smith wrote that two Poles rescued him when he was attacked by a Native American.
In the summer of , Smith left Jamestown to explore the Chesapeake Bay region and search for badly needed food, covering an estimated 3, miles. In his absence, Smith left his friend Matthew Scrivener as governor in his place, a young gentleman adventurer from Sibton, Suffolk , who was related by marriage to the Wingfield family.
Scrivener later drowned along with Bartholomew Gosnold 's brother in an ill-fated voyage to Hog Island during a storm. Scrivener was not capable of leading the people. Smith was elected president of the local council in September and instituted a policy of discipline.
By that time, some settlers wanted Smith to abandon Jamestown, but he refused. Some deserted to the Native American villages, but Powhatan's people also went by Smith's law of "he who works not, eats not". This was in effect "till they were near starved indeed" and they returned home. In the spring of , all was well at Jamestown with many dwellings built, acres of land cleared, and much other work done.
Then in April, an infestation of rats was discovered, along with dampness, which destroyed all their stored corn. They needed food badly and Smith sent a large group of settlers to fish and others to gather shellfish downriver.
They came back without food and were willing enough to take the meager rations offered them. This angered Smith and he ordered them to trade their guns and tools for fruit from the Native Americans and ordered everyone to work or be banished from the fort.
The weeks-long emergency was relieved by the arrival of an unexpected ship, captained by Samuel Argall. He had items of food and wine which Smith bought on credit. Argall also brought news that the South Virginia Company of London was being reorganized and was sending more supplies and settlers to Jamestown along with a new governor, Lord De la Warr.
In a May voyage to Virginia, Virginia Company treasurer Sir Thomas Smith arranged for about colonists to come along, including women and children. A fleet of nine ships set sail. One sank in a storm soon after leaving the harbour, and the Sea Venture with flotilla admiral Sir George Somers aboard wrecked on the Bermuda Islands.
They finally made their way to Jamestown one year later in May , after building the Deliverance and Patience to take most of the passengers and crew of the Sea Venture off Bermuda, with the new governor Thomas Gates on board. In August , John Smith was quite surprised to see more than new settlers arrive, which did not go well for him. London was sending new settlers with no real planning or logistical support. Bermuda, or the 'Somers Isles', had remained settled since , and the Virginia Company's possession was made official in when it was added to Virginia's territory.
Gates soon found that there was not enough food to support all in the colony and decided to abandon Jamestown. As their boats were leaving the Jamestown area, they met a ship carrying the new governor, Lord De la Warr, who ordered them back to Jamestown.
The Patience , captained by his nephew, then sailed for England instead of Virginia. After spending two-and-a-half years trying to do his best for Jamestown, John Smith was severely injured by an accidental gunpowder explosion in his canoe, which decided his fate for him.
He sailed to England for treatment in mid-October He never returned to Virginia. Colonists continued to die from various illnesses and disease, with an estimated of the surviving that winter. The Virginia Company, however, continued to finance and transport settlers to sustain Jamestown. For the next five years, Governors Gates and Sir Thomas Dale continued to keep strict discipline, with Sir Thomas Smith in London attempting to find skilled craftsmen and other settlers to send to Jamestown.
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