Ch. 2 IDs

Ch. 2 IDs - History 17A Key Terms ID Pequot War DATE May...

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History 17A Key Terms ID DATE PLACE WHO/WHAT Pequot War May 26, 1637 Jamestown 1607 Tobacco 1617 17th Century 1630s 1630s Chesapeake Puritanism 1558 England 1691 Pequot village on the Mystic river Captain John Mason: "We must burn them." Men torched the Pequot wigwams. As Pequots fled they were cut down by English soldiers. Most afraid were noncombatants: elders, women & children Jamestown, Virginia A group of merchants established England's first permanent colony in North America. Sold shares of stock and used pooled capital to finance overseas expeditions. Dysentery, malaria & malnutrition cut off most colonies. 900 arrived between 1607 and 1609 - only 60 survived. Chesapeake, Virginia "Sot weed" became Virginia's salvation. Cultivation spread rapidly. Planted in the streets & marketplace. By 1624, Virginia exported 200,000 pounds. 1638: pirce dropped & crop consisted of 3 million pounds. Indentured Servants Virginia & Maryland About 4/5 of immigrants were indentured. Nearly 3/4 were male between 15-24. Overwhelmingly came from the lower rungs of the
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Ch. 2 IDs - History 17A Key Terms ID Pequot War DATE May...

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