Saturday, August 10, 2019

Don’t do what they did...

There’s no debating the fact that life in the early Americas was drastically different from life today. However, there are plenty of lessons from those times that we can apply to our lives today. 
Take Jamestown, Virginia, as one example. As the first English settlement in the United States, Jamestown was supposed to serve as a beacon of hope and survival for the new settlers.

However, over the course of eleven years, only one third of the original 1,800 colonists survived

From food conservation to alliance building and strengthening, there are plenty of lessons that can be taken away from the mistakes made at Jamestown.

Click the button below and discover what really happened at Jamestown and three universal lessons you can use today to avoid the undesirable outcome that befell many of its residents. 

In liberty,
Grant Miller
Preparedness Advisor, My Patriot Supply
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