Life, Death, and Tabacco

Life, Death, and Tabacco - Feb 4 2010 Life Death and...

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Feb. 4, 2010 Life, Death, and Tobacco The Development of the Seventeenth-Century Virginia 1. The Chesapeake, 1600-1700 Jamestown a. The Powhatan Empire: i. Became the colony of Virginia ii. Indian territories iii. Want to keep the English from bulling them but also wanted access to the English men’s good b. The English empire: i. Thought that the Indians would see their superiority and come on their own to serve the English 1. Although they believed they were superior they did not have nearly as many men ii. Initial antagonism to 1613 iii. English capture Pocahontas with help of Patowameck chief 1. The Chief gives the English Pocahontas (Powhatan’s favorite daughter) and the English hold her as a captive as leverage against Powhatan. 2. Powhatan does not want her to be hurt and wants to end the war 3. Pocahontas marries John Rolfe to create peace between Powhatan and the English 4. She has a son with John, Thomas Rolfe. 5. Pocahontas died soon after her son’s birth from disease. 6.
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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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