Click on the picture to learn about Natives in Virginia: The Powhatan Indians
How the Powhatan Indians aided in survival:
The English settlers and the Powhatan people established and engaged in a trading relationship. The Powhatans traded foodstuffs and furs in exchange for metal tools, European copper, European glassbeads, and trinkets.
The Powhatan's introduced different crops to the English settlers such as corn and tobacco.