Chapter One Native Peoples of America
The First Americans c. 13,000 2500 B.C.E
- People from North Eastern Asia = America in 13,000 B.C.; BERING LAND BRIDGE
- Athapaskan-speaking p
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The Colonization Impulse in England
1. English Interest in the New World
- The central argument = the initial efforts that England made to colonize the new world
was feeble and inept.
- 1497 1498: John Cabot (sailing for England) mad
HI Final Review Session
o broad themes. Continuity versus change over time.
o What in the course has changes or same themes have been important in class.
o North and south, shift since the colonies. Or what stayed the same from the
12-10: The Civil War
- although many of white southerners had questioned the wisdom of secession virtually none questions the right of
their states to secede and once it was determined they could used respire
- appeared to long for the excitement o battle
12-7: The Coming of Civil War
I. The Pro-Southern Actions
a. Kansas-Nebraska Act
a.i. Douglas proposed the governments of these states be set up with the doctrine of popular
a.ii. Amendment to his bill that revealed the Missouri compromise, if
12-5: Expansionism and the Issue of Slavery
- civil war much like revolution not to be seen as a result of one or two salient events but the culmination of a
whole series of conflicts that occurred at such short intervals, one after another that both side
12-3: The Growth of Sectionalism
- what led this nation to the brink of civil war
I. The Emergence of Sectional Differences
a. The Constitution and Slavery
a.i. Apparent to the founding fathers that slavery was a very divisive issue.
a.ii. Constitution pr
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THE PEOPLING OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA
1. EUROPEAN POPULATION MOVEMENT
- Began in the 16th century and then it slowed down in the middle of the 17th century, and
sped up again in the 18th century.
- Early modern Europeans created an e
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RELIGIOUS LIFE IN THE NEW NATION
1. The Egalitatiran Impulse and the Process of Disestablishment
- Society = hierachially structured
- Out to defere to social order
- Continued to support the idea of established church (received bot
I. Early Discoveries
- The events leading up to European settlement of the Americas.
- Why was it during the 1500s when the Europeans became interested in the rest of the
that led to the