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By Gabriel Kassab
Relations with Native Americans
On March 16, 1650, the Harambe colony established a peace treaty with the Powhatan because of the tribe’s rich farmland and government
The leader of the Harambe colony, Sir Gabriel, married Pocahontas as a sign of peace and friendship amongst the Powhatan.
The Harambe colony taught the Indians the art of warfare, fishing, and hunting
The Indians taught the Harambe colony how to farm, cook, and clean.
After Sir Gabriel learned the Powhatan’s skills. He killed the Powhatan leader, Argus, because according to the peace treaty if Argus dies. All the land and Indians of the Powhatan tribe will be in Sir Gabriel’s hands.
Sir Gabriel couldn’t let the Indians figure out that he killed the Powhatan leader. So he took his soldiers and went to war with the Indians. Sir Gabriel and his men were victorious. This war will be forever known as the “War of Betrayal”.
The Harambe colony was in desperate need of tobacco seeds because tobacco was the main resource the Harambe colony traded with
Fortunately, an explorer named Sir Gianno, recently known as the “blind bandit”, stole tobacco seeds from Spain to share amongst the Harambe colony.
On December 13, 1740, the Harambe colony faced a gruesome winter and had to stay in a shelter. The colonists only food they can find was insects and fire-wood . A total of 333 colonists perished from starvation. This winter became known as “The Desperate Times”
Sir Gabriel surrounded the river with lumber so the natural resources of the river won’t be frozen to death. The river was next to the shelter so the colonists can eat from the river without any lives at stake.
On July 27, 1750, the colony ran out of good farmland because of the drought that faced the land. The colony had to gain more farmland in order to trade. Sir Gabriel sailed to Spain and traded all the tobacco the Harambe colony had left in exchange for farmers, crops, and five hundred acres of land. Spain accepted the deal and Sir Gabriel took the supplies and went back to the Harambe colony as a hero.
Lack of Supplies
The Harambe colony faced a lack of supplies and tools because the colonists ate all the firewood and could not make any weapons out of any other material
The colony needed weapons and firewood to hunt and protect their settlement
Sir Gianno had an idea to steal weapons from the Chumash because they were the most powerful Native American tribe in Yeseno(an area that the Chumash tribe was located).
Sir Gianno and his men fought the Chumash until the last man standing. On September 29, 1854 Sir Gianno returned to the Harambe Plain’s with the proper weapons to hunt and protect the colony. He died on the next day with scars and scratches all over his body. Gionno’s memory will forever be cherished throughout the Harambe colony.