• Interracial Unions in the French Louisiana
    ] performed by the missionaries who are among the Indians.” Father Henry de la Vente complained about the religious and unmoral sexual relations he observed. Then, also the administrators complained how the French and Canadian men would select local Indian women over Frenchwomen. These are all...
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  • Source Analysis Us History
    not to be admitted, for the first maxim in our Language is that Death is preferable to disgrace. - Men who did not honor the authority usually treated Indian women with dirspect and used them for their own sexual expectations. It was normal for British men to take Indian women and marry them. I...
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  • History
    C h a p t e r 4 Growth and Crisis in Colonial Society 1720–1765 Chapter Annotated Outline I. Freehold Society in New England A. Farm Families:Women and the Rural Household Economy 1. Men claimed power in the state and authority in the family; women were subordinate. 2. Women in the colonies...
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  • 10 Fre Ap Us History
    making steps towards a form of self government Town meetings Larger sense of civic duty No slavery Ruled by Britian 2) Analyze the cultural and economic responses of two of the following groups to the Indians of north america before 1750. British French Spanish Two nations who had...
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  • Colonial
    did not sent colonists to their colonies, the French men marred local Indians women and the French society was also a mixture of white European and local Indians all living together. Unlike the French and the Spanish, the British monarchy could not afford to give financial...
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  • New World Settlement
    , King Francis (The King of France) sent a man by the name of Jacques Cartier on the first voyage to search the coast of Newfoundland and St. Lawrence River. The French tried to make colonies in North America but it was a fail. More then 80 percent of those who migrated were men. Fewer then 1,800 women...
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  • History
    in tribal meetings Under English law man controlled all property and women had no legal independent identity • • • • Indian women own dwellings tools and husbands move in w family of wife Men were off hunting so women take responsibility for household and agriculture European...
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  • The War That Made America
    them for six years. The Indians captured many British people as a way of revenge. They captured women, children, men, and whoever they could find. The Indians killed most of them and took their hair and other belongings. Both Empires were determined to win this was because the winner would rule...
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  • The Natchez War
    Choctaw, Chickasaw, and even to the African slaves of nearby French plantations. On November 28, 1729, the Natchez began their attack. At the end of the day the entire French colony at Natchez was wiped out, including Fort Rosalie. Many men were killed and women, children and slaves were taken captive...
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  • The Role of Native and Métis Women in the Western Fur Trade
    situation where Native women were the only females to be encountered… When the Indians offered their women to the new comers, as was their custom, many of the men were quick to take advantage of this rather extraordinary expression of hospitality.” The traders were shocked to learn that women in...
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  • Us History Honors Chapter 1 Contact
    saved surpluses for trade. F. North American Indians were generally less developed : most were "semi-sedentary" by Columbus’ time 1. Most people lived in small scattered nomadic settlements. 2. Some agriculture, probably developed by women a. “three sisters:” maize, squash, beans b. Men were the...
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  • Mustafa
    greeting rituals and there is a big contrast between the Indian and France culture for greeting people. The social class divisions show the importance of different types of behavioural greetings as per their respective class. When friends or relatives meet in the French culture they are greeted with a...
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  • Reexamination of Audience
    /squanto,Hobomah/massoit]- farming group, represented the system/specializes in arrow making, woodwork,leather Pemaguid In spring-Indians gave Pilgrim seed 1625-english men asked saomoset to give them 12000 additional acres of pemaguid land\ Economic competition /hunter fisherman/poultry [land is not...
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  • The American Revolution
     Castle Middle School February 24, 2014 Michelle Williams 702 The Thirteen Colonies men and women were fighting in the American Revolution war in 1776. During the war women served in a participated in the war. Some even fought on the battlefield. Not just whites fought as well. Enslaved...
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  • Sacagwea Biography
    historian Carolyn Gilman. "Euro-Americans observing Indian weddings often talked about the women being 'sold,' mistaking the exchange of gifts between families for purchases." furthermore, in the early 19th century there was a great deal of intermarriage between white (especially French) fur traders and...
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  • The New Global World
    * natural resources * (90% of children lived to reproduce in this region) Colonists in New England moved to better houses * permanent structures * Dress/Fashion: very well * Men work fields, women cook * Hyperlitical culture: Read Bible/texts * 1st American Best seller: “The...
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  • History Notes
    American literature. * * As the boundary commissioners pushed farther into the backcountry, they encountered highly independent men and women of European descent, small frontier families that Byrd regarded as living no better than savages. * * Colonial America * Colonial...
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  • Epidemiology I - Syphilis
    syphilis with 2.7 cases per 100,000 people. The rate of men was 5.4 per 100,000 people, while the women were 0.1 per 100,000 people. By race/ethnicity, rates per 100,000 were 2.6 among whites, 6.9 among blacks, 2.6 among Hispanics, 0.7 among Asian/Pacific Islanders and 2.3 among American Indian/Alaskan...
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  • The Cherokee Removal
    their fate. In 1756-63, the Cherokees would enter the French and Indian War on the side of the British, but they would soon switch to the side of the French, after growing tired of attacks on their people by white frontiers-men and duplicity by colonial officials. (Perdue and Green, pg. 6) But it...
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  • First Generation Women
    their Indian families and friends...” (44) This action shows just how much better their quality of life became once captured. The colonial women must of felt free compared to their life with colonial men. Life for women today must have seemed unthinkable for colonial women, but living with the French and the Indian tribes must have given them the hope they needed to progress as we have today....
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