• Apush Id's
    friendly relations with the Huron Indians. his discoveries resulted in mass amounts of territory in the North for France, and New France was established. William Pitt- 1750s, English statesman who quickly gained support from the commoners in Britain and became the foremost leader in the country’s...
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  • DBQ #2
    11th November 2013 AP 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...
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  • dbq5
    sought to trade with the Indians secretly which treated him much better than his own people. In conclusion, although Indians were peaceful people that did not deserve to get what they got from the English, they were taking advantage of and sabotaged. In the 1600’s continuing into the 1700’s, the...
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  • new world notes for world history
    english had guns 13 colonies a. 1600's & 1700s – england established 13 colonies over seen by royal govenors b. each colony – elected a representative assembly & governed themselves struggle for NA a.late 1600s spain, france , england , netherlands/ dutch competed for control of north...
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  • chapter 17 AP World History: the diversity of American Colonial societies
    . Amerindian adaptations Culturally distinct but eventually relocation, epidemic, conquest Racial label ”Indian” organized for tribute and labor demands Forged marriage and relations connected Hereditary native elites better off through being intermediaries, collecting taxes, organizing labor...
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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...
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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...
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  • Age of Exploration- Spain, Portugal, England
    backgrounds, and different relations with the Africans and Indians. They also went about creating relations with the Africans and Indians in different ways. However, despite these differences, the same basic goal was accomplished, to discover new trade. The first English attempt at colonization was in...
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  • Us History Honors Chapter 1 Contact
    to Christianize and control the Indians (through the encomienda and mission systems)  The French sought to establish strong trade relations with the Amerindians; Jesuits sought to convert them.  English settlers often sought to either move Indians westward or annihilate them Use space below for...
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  • American History
    founded in 1670 by English plantation owners from Barbados. They imported the brutal system of West Indian Slavery. By 1721 Carolina was split into North and South Carolina. Many Africans died being enslaved and staged revolts in the late 1600’s and early 1700’s. In the beginning they asserted their...
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  • Impact of Colonization on Native Americans
    ➢ Established missions to convert Indians to Christianity ➢ Took over their economy ➢ A rigid class system developed that was dominated by pure-blooded Spaniards English Policy: ➢ Initial sharing of ideas about agriculture, traded in furs, and coexisted ➢ Eventually gives...
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  • The Planting of English America, 1500-1733
    be called Powhatan’s Confederacy b. The English colonists dubbed all the local Indians Powhatans c. Powhatan considered the English potential allies at first in extending his power over the other Indians but relations between the Indians and the English remained tense, especially as the...
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  • Ap United States History Chapter 2 Notes
    .      Powhatan considered the English potential allies at first in extending his power over the other Indians but relations between the Indians and the English remained tense, especially as the starving colonists took to raiding Indian food supplies2.       After Lord De La Warr arrived in 1610, he carried...
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  • Chapter 2
    the English potential allies at first in extending his power over the other Indians but relations between the Indians and the English remained tense, especially as the starving colonists took to raiding Indian food supplies2. After Lord De La Warr arrived in 1610, he carried orders from the Virginia...
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  • Candy
    they see the “newcomers” arrive in the New World THE NEW WORLD 1500 – 1600 • Most of the Indian population in the western hemisphere died because of exposure to the “white man’s” diseases: the common cold, measles, small pox, influenza • Most slaves worked on Brazilian plantations, sugar...
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  • The Beginnings of the New World
    developed during North American colonial times that the Spanish utterly destroyed the Indians through slavery and disease while the English did not. It is a false assertion that the Spanish were more evil towards the Native Americans than the English were. Conquistadores Spanish explorers that...
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  • Money in America
    Some say money is the root of all evil, but as evil as it may be it connects people together. In Colonial America there were many 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...
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  • Responses to Native Americans Frq
    declined. Unlike the Spanish and English, this economic interdependence between the French and Native Americans yielded little to no cultural conflict, with the French making no efforts to forcefully impose themselves upon their Indian allies. Relations were so amiable that intermarriage between...
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  • Colonies Dbq Essay
    gossip about the town. This also contributed to their community based economy that worked very well for them during the late 1600's and early 1700's. The Chesapeake colonies grew tobacco as their major cash crop which was about all they knew how to do. They had to send part of their profits back to...
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    number. Realtionship between Indians and colonist the competition among the English, French, Spanish, Dutch, and Indian nations for control of North America. the cooperation that existed between the colonists and Indians during the 1600s and 1700s (e.g., in agriculture, the fur trade, military...
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