OpenStudy (anonymous):

With this lodging and diet, our extreme toil in bearing and planting palisades so strained and bruised us, and our continual labor in the extremity of the heat had so weakened us, as were cause sufficient to have made us as miserable in our native country, or any other place in the world [...] so moved our dead spirits as we deposed him [the President], and established Ratcliffe in his place.. (Excerpt from The Generall Historie by John Smith)

5 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

The men deposed the President and put a man named Ratcliffe in charge because everyone liked Ratcliffe and the food he brought. the President made them eat crab every day. the President worked them all half to death. Ratcliffe was much nicer than the President.

5 years ago
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@ethompsonn

5 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

the President worked them all half to death

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