This broadly shows how Captain John Smith impacted the New World.
The writer's use of research is apparent throughout the book. The extent of depth carefully noted throughout the bibliography is drawn from primary and secondary sources. Primary sources are those that the writer actually is involved in gathering the facts, finding examples, and forming ideas. Actual records of Virginia and Jamestown, complied from the period of 1606 to 1939, are among the primary sources Vaughan used. Secondary sources are just extra information already written found by the researcher. Books on the history and politics of Virginia along with books on the discovery of America served as Vaughan's secondary sources.
Vaughan's literary quality was superb. Making a book read as though it was created for a reader's entertainment, other than to inform, requires a practiced writer. He informs readers about actual events in history by making the reading material exciting. Vaughan does this through his detailed stories of John Smith's enslavement. Also, the author goes in depth about each colony and weather it succeeded or