Goldfield 2 - Chapter 2 Study Guide Why did English...

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Chapter 2 Study Guide Why did English immigrants like Richard Frethorne come to Virginia? Where was New France? new york What was France’s source of wealth ion the New World? the fur trade How did the French form “partnerships” with the Indians? The furtrade Why did the Indians welcome the French? because they were there trade partners and thier military alys What discouraged French colonists? rumors spread about fridgid canadiian winters annd suprise indean attacks plus govt. required settlers to be catholic What accounted for the Dutch becoming Europe’s leading economic power by 1600? skilled craftsmen specialized in the prductioon of fine textiles, jewelery, glass, and colored tiles Where did the Dutch colonize in the New World? connetcut, hudson, and delaware valleys What was the ethnic makeup of New Netherland? duttch, german, french, english, sweadish portuguize, africans,luttherans, quackers, catholics, jews, muslims, What did the Jamestown colonists hope for? hopinng to earn quick profits for virginia What three important developments occurred in Virginia in 1619? colonnist began transporting wemon to become wives for the planters, also that year that africans arived iin virginia, and they created the ffirst legislative body in english america. Why did the Indians attack the English settlements in 1622?
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course HIST 1043 taught by Professor Hansen during the Spring '08 term at The University of Texas at San Antonio- San Antonio.

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