hst323 native final exam prep fall 2009

hst323 native final exam prep fall 2009 - Final Exam Stuff...

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Final Exam Stuff Thursday, October 15, 2009 7:06 PM NOTE – this is from the Fall 2009 semester. First Contact - October 15, 2009 Grade guru added Thursday, October 15, 2009 7:04 PM Beginning of Indian / Non-Indian Relations Visual Images are created to convey a message Message from artist's people about group, a land of imagination Early Contact Norse Most likely the NORSE people in 11th, 12th centaury Nova Scotia Attempted to establish colony Left writings about contact Referred to native as Skraelings (Nasty People) Norman Norman fisherman in 14th, 15th century Cod fishing off banks of New England Don't know if face to face, but GARBAGE did make it ashore With GARBAGE came virus, disease Spain Exploratory force with Columbus Arguably discovery of America's most important event in world history in last 1000 years Changes the map forever o Set in motion process of colonization of North and South America Beginnings of Colonization Extension of mother country that takes all raw materials and natural resources Impulse to colonize o Response to social status barriers in old world o THREE G'S God - wanted Christ spread all over world Glory - Modern nation station, large, centralized, ability Gold
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o Changes in technology Bigger ships Lateen sails - triangle vs. square Astra lab for navigation Spain First successful colonizer in Americas Colonies in Caribbean, Latin America Launches religious conversion efforts Slaves, silver mining - Main Economic Interest France 1534 Carier, unable to establish permanent French colony o Lack of food o Health problems, rickets Contact with Wabenaki people Contact with Haudensonee 1608 Champlain founds Quebec French couldn't exploit Natives in same way that Spanish did Fur trade England 1497 John Cabbot Didn't have interest or ability to continue exploring until late 16th centuary First colony was in Roanoke in 1585 1607 there was Jamestown o Contact with Powhatan Confederacy Grade guru added Wednesday, October 21, 2009 8:38 PM Columbian exchange The exchange of riches It had a fundamental effect on the world It allowed Europe to dominate Precious metals hold value Also in exchange of microbes and viruses that would eventually decimate mass numbers of Indians 1. introduction a. fulfills and old prophecy of the anishabeg - the fourth fire
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b. Fourth fire was a time of great activity 2. building a power base (Fr, UK, Amer) a. First they met were French in 1641 b. Mets missionaries c. Started trading with the French in the 1660s d. Huron and anishabeg preferred trappers e. 1660 to 1662 - Huron and Anishinabeg fight f. Use the Indians as middlemen g. Plot in beaver wars h. 1662 Anishinabeg drove the Huron for good i. The Battle of Iroquois Point i. For 18 years the Anishinabeg control the for trade with the French
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