Faragher, Out of Many: A History of the United States, 2/eTable of ContentsPreface 00Community and Diversity 001. A Continent of Villages, to 1500 1American Communities: Cahokia: Thirteenth-Century Life on the MississippiSettling the Continent 3 * Who Are the Indian People? 3 * Migration from Asia 3 * Clovis: The First American Technology 5New Ways of Living on the Land 6 * Hunting Traditions 7 * Desert Culture 7 * Forest Efficiency 9The Development of Farming 9 * Mexico 9 * The Resisted Revolution 10 * Increasing Social Complexity 11 * The Religions of Foragers and Farmers 12 * Farmers of the Southwest 13 * The Anasazis 13 * Farmers of the Eastern Woodlands 14 * Mississippian Society 15 * The Politics of Warfare and Violence 16Cultural Regions of North America on the Eve of Colonization 17 * The Population of Indian America 17 * The Southwest 17 * The South 19 * The Northeast 21Chronology 22 Conclusion 23 Review Questions 23 Recommended Reading 23 Additional Bibliography 24 History on the Internet 25Community and Memory: The Battle Over Burials 262. When Worlds Collide, 1492-1590 19American Communities: The English and the Algonquians at Roanoke 29The Expansion of Europe 31 * European Communities 31 * The Merchant Class and the New Monarchies 32 * The Renaissance 32 * Portuguese Explorations 33 * Columbus Reaches the Americas 34The Spanish in the Americas 36 * The Invasion of America 36 * The Destruction of the Indies 37 * Intercontinental Exchange 39 * The First Europeans in North America 40 * The Spanish New World Empire 40Northern Explorations and Encounters 42 * Fish and Furs 42 * The Protestant Reformation and the First French Colonies 44 * Sixteenth-Century England 45 * Early English Efforts in the Americas 46Chronology 48 Conclusion 48 Review Questions 49 Recommended Reading 49 Additional Bibliography 49 History on the Internet 513. Planting Colonies in North America, 1588-1701 53American Communities: Communities Struggle with Diversity in Seventeenth-Century Santa Fe 53Spain and Its Competitors in North America 55 * New Mexico 55 * New France 56 * New Netherlands 58England in the Chesapeake 58 * Jamestown and the Powhatan Confederacy 58 * Tobacco, Expansion, and Warfare 60 * Maryland 61 * Indentured Servants 61 * Community Life in the Chesapeake 62The New England Colonies 62 * The Social and Political Values of Puritanism 62 * Early Contacts in New England 63 * Plymouth Colony and the Mayflower Compact 63 * The Massachusetts Bay Colony 64 * Indians and Puritans 64 * The New England Merchants 65 * Community and Family in Massachusetts 66 * Dissent and New Communities 67The Restoration Colonies 68 * Early Carolina 69 * From New Netherland to New York 69 * The Founding of Pennsylvania 69Conflict and War 70 * King Philip’s War 71 * Bacon’s Rebellion 72 * Wars in the South 73 * The Glorious Revolution in America 73 * King William’ s War 73Chronology 74 Conclusion 74 Review Questions 75 Recommended Reading 75 Additional Bibliography 75 History on the Internet 774. Slavery and Empire, 1441-1770 79American Communities: African Slaves Build Their Own Community in Coastal Georgia 79The Beginnings of African Slavery 81 * Sugar and Slavery 81 * West Africans 82The African Slave Trade 83 * The Demography of the Slave Trade 83 * Slavers of All Nations 84 * The Shock of Enslavement 85 * The Middle Passage 86 * Arrival in the New World 87 * Political and Economic Effects on Africa 87The Development of North American Slave Societies 88 * Slavery Comes to North America 88 * The Tobacco Colonies 89 * The Lower South 90 * Slavery in the Spanish Colonies 91 * French Louisiana 91 * Slavery in the North 92African to African American 93 * The Daily Life of Slaves 94 * Families and Communities 94 * African American Culture 95 * The Africanization of the South 96 * Violence and Resistance...
Bibliography: History on the InternetCommunity and Memory: The World Trade Center and Ways of RememberingAppendix A-1Credits C-1Index I-1 * * |
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