• Apush Id's
    trade routes. Francisco Pizzaro- 1532, Spanish conquistador, crushed the Peruvian Incas, introduced the idea of Indian labor for mining gold and other precious metals.  John Rolfe- 1616, English colonist who became father of the tobacco industry by raising and curing the weed into usable tobacco. The tobacco...
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  • DBQ #2
    US History DBQ 2: The nature of the relationship between the Indians and the English along the Atlantic seaboard in the years 1600 to 1700 was peaceful but became hostile as the century wore on, as evidenced by the peaceful relations, social disputes, and political clashes which occurred between the...
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  • dbq5
    The relationship between Indians and English was very controversial. They both had plans to assert their interests but led the English to be victorious. Initially, there was a good relationship between English and Indians but it would be changed drastically. The English brought different thing with...
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  • new world notes for world history
    condemned system b native americans begam to die from terrible conditions c.americans brought to replace them colonial society & culture a. indian african, spanish c cultures blend social classes -peninsulares – spanish born -creoles- american born/ spanish parents -mesitizos and...
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  • American Colonists 1600-1700
    Colonist life during the 1600's and 1700's, were filled with many hardships, turmoil, disease and death. From the very beginnings relations with the Indians was unstable, sure they traded goods, but resentment by the Indians grew as their land was overtaken, thus battles broke out, killing many on...
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  • Age of Exploration- Spain, Portugal, England
    and England in terms of motives, economic foundations, and relations with Africans and Indians. What factors explain the similarities and differences in the two ventures? The Age of Exploration was a period from the early 1600’s to the 1700’s during which Europeans explored the world, searching for...
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  • Declaration of Independence
    A.P. U.S. History Notes Chapter 2: “The Planting of English America” I. England’s Imperial Stirrings A. North America 1. North America in 1600 was largely unclaimed, though the Spanish had much control in Central and South America. 2. Spain had only...
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  • Ap United States History Chapter 2 Notes
    Chapter 2: The Planting of English America, 1500-1733 | A.    England’s Imperial Stirrings1.       After Columbus’s landfall, the Native American peoples had nearly been extinguished mostly from disease (only about 10% survived)2.       From Florida and New Mexico southward, most of the southern half...
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  • Impact of Colonization on Native Americans
    resisted Christianity, and the idea of buying and selling land was unthinkable to them. ➢ With the exception of the Five Nation Iroquois, most Indian tribes lacked unity, and were often rivals with each other. They were very vulnerable to the Europeans with their superior weapon technology EUROPEAN...
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  • Chapter 2
    Chapter 2: The Planting of English America, 1500-1733 | A. England’s Imperial Stirrings1. After Columbus’s landfall, the Native American peoples had nearly been extinguished mostly from disease (only about 10% survived)2. From Florida and New Mexico southward, most of the southern half of the New...
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  • Apush history terms
    Historical Importance: Much of Calvin’s ideals formed the foundations of Puritan society in the New England colonies of the early to mid 17th century (1600’s). Predestination: Who or What: Is the doctrine that all events have been willed by god, Calvin stated predestination to mean that god willed eternal...
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  • Us History Honors Chapter 1 Contact
    Europeans & Amerindians I. Overview—big ideas  By 1600 Europeans had created the world’s first truly global economy.  Meanwhile, the "age of discovery" resulted in the greatest human catastrophe the world has ever known: 90% of Amerindians died by 1600; slavery of tens of millions of Africans.  Cultural...
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  • Chapter 2 Ap American History
    settlers experience in the early stages of settling Jamestown?Define: The Starving TimeHow did the tobacco cultivation increase tension with American Indians surrounding the Jamestown settlement?How did the Headright System increase the pace of colonization and also distort the distribution of wealth among...
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  • Changing Demographic, 1660-1775
    Changing Demographic, 1660-1775 Over the course of the 1600's century, a large amount of Englishmen set out to conquer and settle in the New World. The first settlers were commonly white Protestants searching for economic and religious freedom from Britain. As time progress, the demand of market and...
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  • Candy
    2. Spain was have all the land west of this line 3. Portugal was to have all the land east of this line RICH REWARDS FOR SPAIN Indians were forced to farm and work in mines. |Spanish conquistadors increased Spain’s gold supply by 500% |In return, the Spanish...
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  • Money in America
    different social groups of people populating the undiscovered lands of the New World. These people were the Spanish, the French, the Dutch, and the English. The Indians already inhabited the lands. Each individual group had their own type of monetary system. When the Congressional Congress created a monetary...
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  • Papers
    what efforts were made to strengthen english control over the colonies in the sevneteenth century and why did they generally fail?New englad middle colonies Answer Good Evening, Samuel: Here's the low-down on the Middle Colonies: The Middle Colonies were the most ethnically and religiously diverse...
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  • American History
    words. Try and  cover as  much as you can. Part One: Briefly describe the foundations of America before 1607. Part Two: Compare the foundations of English and Dutch settlement in the South, New England and the Mid-Atlantic from 1607 to 1689. Part Three: Tell me how the Southern, New England and Mid-Atlantic...
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  • chapter 17 AP World History: the diversity of American Colonial societies
    century Choctow leader red shoes befriended French in Mississippi valley(traded deerskins for guns)became rich but English cut off French shipping so he made an alliance with the English so was murdered by French resulted in 1747 civil war of the Choctow and killed colonist and Chocktows 1.Wars,epidemics...
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  • Responses to Native Americans Frq
    era, the French and the English differed immensely in their economic and cultural responses to and interactions with Native American Indians. Although both groups affected natives adversely in some ways, the French were by far more benevolent in their interactions. The English, on the other hand, found...
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