Dutch Golden Age 17th Century become the world global traders technological

Dutch golden age 17th century become the world global

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Dutch Golden Age (17th Century) become the world global traders, technological advanced under the Prince Henry Hudson - Voyages of Henry Hudson (1609-1611) - - Ugolino - - Exploration in Asia but not successful in America - Dutch West India Company (1621-1792) - Quahog: Hiawatha Belt - The dutch turning currency for fur trade in return for quahog (Wampum beads), diseases by European settlers. - Decline in the face of English competition - Anglo-Dutch Wars - Dutch forced and ceased by the England 4. English Colonies: Trade and Religion - An early failure: Roanoke (1584-1586) - The first permanent colony: Jamestown (1607) - Established social and economic commercial ventures in Virginia - Indentured servants → flocked the colonies and died from harsh labour conditions and disease - New England colonies → neither trade or establish colonies - Puritans - Plymouth Colony (1620 - 1691) - The idea of “City upon a Hill” (John Winthrop, 1630) → speech by puritan leader john Withmdrop, new society across atlantic would be the model society ffor the world 5. The Haudenosaunee Confederacy - The people of the “Longhouse” - Iroquois → imply by the French and linguistic designation - Fiva nations → Seneca, Cyuga, Onondaga, Oneida, mohawk and later Tuscarora - Each clan were symbolized by an animal -
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