Early_Settlers_in_America

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Early Settlers in America: British and Germans SARAH JOSEF HM 324
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Contact with North America Timeline Norseman: 13 th – 14 th Century Minnesota Spanish: 15 th – 16 th Century Florida British: Early 17 th Century Massachusetts, Virginia Germans: Mid 17 th Century Pennsylvania
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Pre-colonization Exploration Motivation for travels Spices such as peppercorn Gold Places West Indies Cuba Caribbean Florida Findings: Native American foods such as beans, corn, squash Cassava Root Jerusalem Artichoke Oranges (brought from South America to Florida by Spanish explorers Caribbean – cannibalism Caribal = cannibal
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Cassava Root
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Jerusalem Artichoke
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Northern Europe
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Northern Europe Country Great Britain England Scotland Wales Northern Ireland Southern Ireland Climate Temperate Cool Wet
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Profile at Colonization - British First 2 groups: The Cavaliers (The Virginians) 5/14/1607 – Jamestown, Virginia British government supporters Middle class, tradesmen, artisans, farm managers The Pilgrims 12/11/1620 – Plymouth, Massachusetts Anti-British government Middleclass, merchants
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Profile at Colonization - British Motivation for colonization The Cavaliers/Virginians The Pilgrims Religious Freedom Independence from British Rule
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Food for First Colonists On the ships from England Salted meat Stale, wormy bread Ship critters (rats) Initial provision 4 months of provisions It took 6 months for the next ships from England
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Pilgrims
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Native Americans
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Food for First Colonists Pilgrims Winter Lobster, clams, crab – not well received The Turkey Foreign plants Native Americans key to survival The Virginians Summer Unfamiliar plants Wild game Not hunters Native Americans helpful initially
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First Colonists – Different Beliefs, Different Paths Pilgrims Belief in Self-reliance
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