From Sagadoc to Massachusetts Bay

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From Sagadoc to Massachusetts Bay Early Northern Colonies 1. Sagadoc is a counter part to Jamestown, Virginia but did not last to long. 2. English as latecomers: a. English came after the Spanish although the Spanish did not have a big impact in North America. b. What happened to the North? i. In the 1500, they did not put people on the ground but there were a lot of Atlantic fishermen and some fur traders. 1. The fishing effort inspired the French to try their first colony by Jacques Cartier: 1530s-40s. 3. Popham Colony: Sagadoc a. Two Virginia Companies: i. London Co.: Jamestown ii. Plymouth Co.: Sagadoc b. Based off the coast of southern Maine many hundred miles from Jamestown but with the same purposes. i. Near the Kennebec River c. Founded in summer 1607 lasted until the spring of 1608. i. Same problems as Jamestown but decided to call it quits. d. Was rediscovered in 1994. 4. New France a. Came not long after the English and Jamestown b. Samuel de Champlain – explorer, navigator, and map maker (much better than most of the English maps) i. Founded in 1608 ii. Quebec: St. Lawrence River iii. Huron Confederacy – made allies with the Huron
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1. Under pressure from the ___ so they fed to the French for help and religious needs. c.
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2010 for the course HIST 1234 taught by Professor Paskoff during the Spring '10 term at LSU.

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