Your first year has ended successfully. In spite of war and other hardships, you have created a new foothold for the English to settle the New World. Over the following years thousands of arriving colonists will begin new lives in your colony, bringing their hopes and dreams with them. Your crops are successful and trade with England continues to increase. Your joint-stock company has made money and the King should be very pleased with your efforts. Yet, as you survey the maps of your vast colony, you stop to think about the native tribes who lost their homes and lands. You mourn the many dead. Was it all worth it?