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Details of The Alien’s Bounty By Ella Maven Book

  • Book Name: The Alien’s Bounty 
  • Authors: Ella Maven
  • Pages: 169
  • Genre: Thriller, Mystery, Suspense, Psychological thriller, Psychological Fiction
  • Publish Date: September 23, 2022
  • Language: English

Book Review: 

In 1608, the Italian scientist Galileo Galilei discovered a new world. He named it America, and also referred to it as il continente ignoto- the unknown continent. Over the next two centuries, several expeditions would set off to explore America.

However, most of these voyages failed due to bad weather and many casualties caused by the Native Americans. Despite these setbacks, the idea that a New World existed beyond what Europeans had seen on old maps was tantalizing. Some even believed that an earthly paradise existed somewhere in the New World.

The book begins with a description of how English colonists arrived in New England and Virginia. The first colonists in these areas were religious groups such as the Pilgrims from England and the Mayflower from England and Holland. 

These groups were looking for a place where they could practice their religion freely without interference from the government. However, their first year in America was difficult as many of their supplies were lost at sea. 

Even after landing on what is now Plymouth Rock, many of the colonists became sick from the lack of supplies on board their ships. Once they arrived in New England, they learned that further supplies would be more difficult to obtain since the area was still recovering from a recent famine. 

After months of sailing and seeking better ports, they landed in what is now Massachusetts Bay- where future generations would eventually declare American independence from Britain.

Later expeditions to Virginia went better than those to Massachusetts since they had more supplies and knew how to navigate safely through the Atlantic Ocean.

The first year in Virginia was also much easier than the first year in New England since they were able to land directly at Jamestown instead of having to recover their ship’s supplies in England first. 

Over time, many deaths were caused by disease carried by Native Americans rather than by hostile encounters with them. After learning from previous expeditions that trade with the local tribes was beneficial for both sides, the first Englishmen set out with gifts for the Powhatan tribe. 

Their plan was to trade for food and supplies for their journey back to Jamestown while also learning more about the natives’ culture and customs. 

To everyone's surprise, this meeting between settlers and natives went well- so well that it resulted in an ongoing friendly trade between the groups.

After learning how beneficial trading with native tribes could be, subsequent expeditions arrived in Virginia with goods for trade instead of simply seeking survival. 

This strategy proved successful since it led to fewer casualties among both sides. Soon enough, colonists learned which foods natives liked best and which ones offended them most. 

This knowledge allowed for better planning when setting up trade with neighboring tribes. In time, colonists learned which crops would grow well in different parts of Virginia which allowed them to grow enough food for themselves without relying on trading for survival; this resourcefulness is one reason why early colonies were able to survive on 

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Many early colonists found success by learning how to benefit from the natural resources available to them in America. 

In time, this resourcefulness led to independence from Britain just as earlier resourcefulness had led to a friendly relationship with native tribes. Whether learning or prospering, Americans were adamant winners during their early days on American soil!


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