3.+Worlds+Collide

3.+Worlds+Collide - Worlds Collide Worlds I. Introduction...

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Unformatted text preview: Worlds Collide Worlds I. Introduction II. First Peoples of the Americas Diverse Societies/Sophisticated Civilizat’ns Moundbuilders & Mississippians Common Characteristics of Native Societies III. European-Indian Contact Conquest and Columbian Exchange Spanish vs English Contact IV. England Seeks an Empire Ireland and Caribbean Jamestown and Pocahontas Tobacco Spreads and Indians Defeated Slavery in the Caribbean and the Chesapeake First Americans First South American Civilizations South Aztec Empire Incan Empire Mound Builders Mound Florida Natives Farming Florida Theodore DeBry engraving c. 1584 European-Indian Contact in North America America The Caribbean: Sugar and Slaves The English Settlement: Virginia English Roanoke Island Jamestown, 1607 Powhatan Powhatan Confederation Confederation Pocahontas etching via John Smith, c. 1612 & English portrait, 1616 1616 Indian Wars Indian 1610s-1622 Transatlantic Slavery, c. 1550sTransatlantic 1680s Middle Passage Middle Caribbean Slave Laws Caribbean Whites can hold Africans as slaves for life Children of slave mothers inherit slave Children status status Conversion to Christianity does not negate Conversion slave status slave Slaves cannot sue or testify in court Slaves are not allowed to carry arms or Slaves gather in groups without permission of master master Africans in the Chesapeake: Tobacco and Slaves Tobacco Who are the American Indians? Who Wm Penn & Indians meeting in Wm Pennsylvania, c.1680s Pennsylvania, ...
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