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Survey of American History Study Guide for Exam 1

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Survey of American History Study Guide for Exam 1 1903

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 American history began with the Native Americans o with their oral history. o The problem: the story could have been different or exaggerated. o humans in America as far back as twenty-five thousand years ago.  Europe was coming out of the dark ages. o The Pope had asked the Christians to invade the Middle East  take back the Holy Land.  known as the Crusades.  Christians began to eat the local food.  The people in Europe had never tasted spices.  Muslims defeated the Christians,  Christians retreated back to Europe.  created a demand for Asian spices.  The problem: long way over land to get the spices.  birth of the spice trade. o Spices were very expensive  because they had to go through so many people.  In 1418  a Portugal prince named Prince Henry the Navigator  want to tap into the spice trade o to import a greater quantity of spices for a cheaper price. o to develop a water trade route to cut out the middle man.  opened up a Maritime Academy o to improve navigation on the open waters of the ocean. o They experimented with ship design, sail design, navigation equipment (Magnetic Coumpus) , astrolabe and staff (lets the sailors figure out where they are in the middle of the ocean).  In 1488, Portugal had set sail to India  they set up the first trade route.  started trade with Africa.  Christopher Columbus o born in the mid 1400’s in Genute, Italy. o apprentice to a sailor, grew up sailing. o a renaissance man. o master navigator o spoke many languages o reader o studied Aristotle (Math) o studied Marco Polo.  Marco Polo’s family had traveled as far east as China, when he returned back to Italy he brought back riches that Khan had given him. o wanted to find another way to china without following Portugal’s trade route o believed that China was directly across the sea from Europe.  In that time, everything from India to China was known as the Indies. o asked King Ferdinand and Queen Isabelle to fund his trip.  promised that if they funded the trip that he would bring the Catholic Faith to the Indies. o In September of 1492 he set sail. o On October 12, 1492 , spotted land which was named San Salvador (modern day Bahamas). o then started sailing south to Hispaniola (Modern day Hattie and Dominican Republic). o first time Columbus saw people.  first time in twelve thousand years that someone from Europe made contact with someone from America.  The first Indians that Columbus encountered were the Taino  thought were Indies.  came into contact there was culture shock.  The Europeans were fully clothed  Indians were probably in little or no clothing.  no way for them to communicate with each other o both spoke different languages. o next few months, Columbus discovered that the Taino Indians had gold and a working gold mine. o called the Taino’s “Children of Nature”  that they were truly kind and peaceful people. o He then decided that they should be slaves  in exchange to be taught the Catholic Faith. o After a few months, Columbus decided to go back to Spain.  He left some of his men on Christmas Eve. o The sailors began to demand tribute from the Indians in the form of gold, food, and women.  The Taino Indians rose up and killed some of the sailors. o Columbus came back with thousands of Europeans.  saw what the Indians had done he slaughtered them.  brought back with him guns, cannons, horse, swords, and dogs.  The dogs that he brought over were Greyhounds o were trained for war.  The Indians had no way to defend themselves.  Conquering the new world o In the year 1508 the Europeans began to conquer Porto Rico. o In 1511 they conquered Cuba. In 1513, they made their way to Florida. o All the Spanish conquest were brutal. o Herman Cortez was a professionally trained Spanish soldier. o In 1505, Cortez went to the new world.  He was involved in the conquest for Porto Rico and Cuba.  He learned about the Aztec Empire from a slave girl.  She told him that they had tons of gold.  He did not have permission to go conquer the Aztecs.  But he agreed to do another conquest in Cuba.  Once he had won he threatened the caption of a ship and set sailed for Vera Cruse in 1519.  He knew what he was doing was treason, when he got to Varecruse, he burned the ships.  Cortez and his 500 men would later take over the Aztecs.  The Aztec capitol was Techatclan (modern day Mexico City).  They were very sophisticated. The Aztec Empire was bigger than the Roman Empire.  Their capital was the biggest at the time (5-20 million people).  The empire was ruled by Montazuma II.  They did human sacrifices to the sun god.  The Aztecs pyramids looked like boxes stacked ontop of eachother.  Over a two year period, Cortez conquered the Aztec Empire with 500 men.  His strategy was to recruit other Indian tribes to help him.  He adopted the saying “ the enemy of my enemy is my friend”.  The slave girl Cortez had brought with him, introduced him to the tribes that were enemies with the Aztecs.  When Cortez got to the city, the emperor invited him in because Montazuma II thought he was an Aztec god.  Cortez captured the emperor and used him as tool to more gold.  When the Aztecs got tired of this the place people killed montazuma and tried to kill Cortez.  When the Spanish came to the new world they brought with them diseases that the Indians were not immune to.  One of these diseases was small pox.  Biology worked in the favor of the Spanish.  The disease spread though the whole village and 90% of the Native Americans died because of European diseases.  By the year 1521 the Spanish launched their final attack on the Aztecs.  After the attack Cortez made himself the emperor of the Aztecs.  All the captions he made war lords and helped them raise up their own armies.  Cortez was the model conquistador. He paid 20%of his gold to the Spanish country. o Desoto conquered form Florida to Memphis, Arkansas. o Cornado made it all the way to Kansas/ Nebraska. o The Spanish did not mean to not go further, but the Indians were different.  All the Indians in the United States were nomadic Indians, which meant it was harder to hunt them down and attack them.  All the Indians in the south were sedentary.  The biggest reason the Spanish stayed in the south was because there was no gold in the north.  It did not seem worth the expense to the Spanish,  The English and the French soon came to America within the next 10 years of Columbus’s discovery. o But they made no effort to colonize till the 1580’. o Jaguque Cartie sailed the St. Laurence River to colonize, which would eventually fail. o The first established city by the French would be modern day Quebec by Samuel d’Champlain in 1609. o The third great empire established in the new world was the French. o Jacques Cartie was their explorer and he wanted to find the Northwest Passage.  The Northwest Passage was the idea that there was a waterway through the new world.  Instead of the passage, he found the St. Laurence River Valley.  Cartie followed it to where modern day Quebec, Canada is.  He eventually received permission to establish a settlement.  It failed because it was established with convicts, it was cold, and there was mutiny.  France did not establish a colony till Samuel De Champlain. o In 1609, Champlain received permission from the king to establish a colony and have a monopoly on the fur trade. o He established it in Quebec and later Montreal.  He wanted to establish it based on the fur trade with the Indians.  By the time Champlain came, European diseased had killed most Indians up in Canada.  His business motto was “Let the Indians remain Indians” .  The reasoning for this was because they could kill and make high quality fur.  Champlain encouraged his traders to change to accommodate the Indian, like learn their language and culture.  He also told his men to give the chiefs tons of gifts and to make friends with him and try to marry the chiefs daughter.  This would keep strong ties with the tribe and the traders.  This was very different from the Spanish approach, who wanted the Indians to become like Spanish.  The only thing that Champlain insisted on is that the Indians hate the British. The French mainly did business with the Heron.  The Herons became friends with the French and then proceeded to introduce them to their Indian allies.  Champlain was very strict on who he let immigrate into the New France.  To come to Canada you had to have a letter saying that you were a good person and a good citizen.  At its height there were only 60thousand French citizens in New France.  Yet the influence of the French spread all over Canada and eventually down to the Gulf of Mexico.  English o The English were also looking for the Northwest passage. o They were the second big power in the New World in 1497. o John Cabot was an Italian navigator.  He was supported by the king and found Newfoundland.  Then he traveled up towards Canada and Maine.  He got lost at sea on his second voyage.  England did not attempt another voyage for 85 years.  In those 85 years, King Henry married Catharine the princess of Spain when they were both young.  Catharine never had a son so Henry wanted a divorce.  Catharine was the niece of the Pope so the Pope did not agree to the thvorce.  Henry the 8 wanted to marry one of his mistresses, Anne Boleyn.  Because the pope would not let Henry divorce Catharine, Henry left the Catholic Church and started his own church, the Church of England.  He named himself the head of the church and the first thing he said was that Catharine and him were divorced.  This started a landside.  This started the cold war which lasted 50 years and almost started a civil war between the English people.  The civil war was between the Mary (Queen Catharine’s daughter) and Elizabeth the 1 (Anne Boleyn’s daughter). o In the 1580’s, Richard Hakluyt wrote a book called “Discourses on Western Planting”.  This pamphlet became an argument on why England should colonize the New World.  He said that it would first stop the Catholic faith from spreading.  Second it would be a way to drain off the excess people in the city.  He also thought it would be a revenue source.  It would also be a way to keep an eye on the Spanish. o Sir Walter Raleigh attempted to establish a colony called Roanoke.  The first attempt failed because he brought adventurers, not people who just wanted to colonize.  He wanted to be an English modern day Cortez.  He left when he was about to face a mutiny.  The second attempt was in Virginia but was still named Roanoke.  It also failed because a war between Spain and England broke out.  When the war started a ship from Roanoke had been sent back to England to get more supplies.  But they were not allowed to leave for three years because they didn’t want the ship to be captured by the Spanish Armada.  When the ship finally did return in 1591 everyone and everything was gone.  Coratian was the only proof that someone was there.  It is know as the “lost colony”.  Walter Raleigh had personal funned both failed trips.  It showed England that no one person or small group could profit from colonization. o In 1604 a joint stock company, London Company, sold stock to investors. o In 1607, the London Company sailed three ships up the Chesapeake bay, up the James River, and established Jamestown in honor of King James II of England.  This was the first permanent English colony.  They established it in a swamp.  Out of the 112 men that were brought to Jamestown only 12 were labors.  They others listed their jobs a “gentlemen” also known as soldiers.  They were not workers.  There were very few farmers, carpenters.  It was hard for them to survive.  Jamestown was lucky because they quickly made contact with the Powhatan Confederacy.  Powhatan was anxious to be friends with the English to establish a trade relationship in exchange for steel. o All of the tools that the Indians made were from stone. o The problem with this, is that it was easily broken. o They wanted what we would think of as a butchers knife. o One of the most popular trading items was a copper pot. o Indians loved soup, but it was hard to make without a pot and the supplies that they had available. o The British traded for food.  The holy trinity of Indian agriculture was corn, beans, and squash. o They had different verities of the plants (squash, pumpkins, lima beans, and green beans). o The British thought that they were cultural elites, who were too good to grow and harvest of their own food.  The British soon demanded tribute from the Indians.  When the Indians did not give them what they wanted, the British began to kill, burn, and destroy them and their homes.  By 1609 there was a full blow war.  John Smith was out patrolling and got captured by Powhatan’s half brother, Opechancanough.  Opechancanough was captured some time before by the Spanish.  He was brought to Spain and was taught Spanish so that he could become a translator.  When he was brought back he ran away back to Virginia.  Opechancanough hated the English and he planned to kill Smith.  Just at the last minute, Pocahontas jumped in front of smith to save him.  Not out of love but probably as a political theatre.  Meaning that the whole thing was staged.  This would be a benefit to stop the war and start trading again.  The Indians wanted to trade items as a way to be a middle man to sell to other Indians for profit. o When John Smith got back to Jamestown he made the policy “You don’t work, you don’t eat”.  This meant that everyone had to help with all the work.  The fort was finally completed because of this. o In 1609, Smith was badly burned and had to return to England to heal. o In the winter of 1609-1610, the gentlemen went back to their old ways.  They started raiding Indian tribes.  This time the Indians laid siege to Jamestown.  They made it dangerous to leave the fort.  There was around 500 men in the fort at the beginning of the winter.  Diseases spread, no running water, starvation, they were very unhygienic, and the winter was extremely cold.  This became known as the “winter of starving times”.  In April of 1610 when the supply ships arrived there was only 60 people left.  There is proof of cannibalism. o In 1610 there was another period of peace that lasted about 10 years. o Jamestown was a corporate colony, there to make a profit for the London Company.  Crops o John Rolfe noticed that the Indians liked to smoke.  The Indian tobacco was way too hard though. o In 1612, Rolfe started to experiment with tobacco. o In 1616, he planted what he thought would be the best tobacco yet.  It ended up selling like crazy in Europe. o The people of Jamestown started to plant tobacco everywhere possible. o This demand of tobacco made it a staple crop. o It became so valuable it became a money source. o Tobacco led to the start of the plantation agriculture (cheap labor).  Cheap labor was needed because it needed a lot of people, maximized profits, and was a labor intensive crop. o There was several steps to go from seed to supply.  It starts in a “hot house” where each seed is planted in its own pot to germinate.  Then after it germinates it has to be planted by hand in the field.  Then watch it grow for months.  Every flower bud has to be cut off so it doesn’t reproduce.  For months farmers watch the plant and cut off the flower buds.  At harvest time each leaf has to be cut by hand.  The leaves are then put in a tobacco barn where it has to be cured. o Farmers got indentured servants for cheap labor.  They were not slaves.  They were contract workers.  They signed a contract that said they would work for free passage and freedom dues for four to seven years.  A freedom due usually consisted of new clothes, land, seed, live stock, and sometimes more money.  The things a person would need to start their own farms.  While they were indentured servants they did not get paid, they only got room and board.  The servants were not slaves but they were treated like they were.  They were at their master’s mercy; he could do whatever he wanted.  Indentured servants became popular in Jamestown because of the head right system.  It was instated in 1618, it was there to attract a better kind of colonist to Jamestown.  It said if you had the money to buy a share of the company or buy a ticket to Jamestown through the London Company, you would get 50 acres.  For every servant you brought with you, you would get an extra 50 acres.  In the year 1619, a Dutch war ship showed up to sell 20 African servants.  When the 20 Africans were sold they were not initially seen as slaves, but as indentured servants.  As time passed, tobacco prices dropped, people in Jamestown were in deep dept, this is when the colonist became scared, greedy, and then pettie.  They began to cut labor cost 20%-30%of the servants die because of the climate. So they were out about 60 pounds of tobacco per servant.  The Africans were different, they weren’t Christians, didn’t speak the language, different values and culture.  The masters began to keep the Africans and not pay them.  They justified it because God marked them as black because they were bad. o They bore the “Mark of Ham”. o Slavery was justified by their fear. o Over the years slavery grew as a way of free labor.  Slavery vs. Indentured servent o Indentured servants were the poor people of England.  A lot of them were orphans or convicts.  There contracts were four to seven year, but it was very easy for the contract to be extended.  The contracts were extended if the servant did not obey their master or if property was damaged.  They considered starting a family as damaging property. o Slavery came from a white-ideology.  It was just justified because they looked different; they weren’t like the English in culture or religion.  Two major reasons to keep slaves, was because the Africans could survive the seasoning process.  They were use to the hot climate where as those who came from London were used to cooler climate.  London sits on the same parallel as New York, so the weather and air was different to them.  Many indentured servants died because of the climate from heat stroke or heat exhaustion.  Most Africans slaves came from around the Equator line, so the heat did not bother them.  The second reason was that they didn’t have to pay freedom dues which created competition.  Increase supply means a decrease in demand  Slavery made a slow transition from 1620 to 1680.  In the 1670’s Virginia began to introduce the “slave codes”.  They were a set of laws regulating the slave trade.  It made the slaves a type of property.  They became “Chattel”, which means human property.  The laws defined what it meant to be black and white. o If you were white you were an indentured servant, if you were black then you were a slave. o It also said that if the mother was black and a slave then the child was a black slave. o The other Southern colonies began to popup in this time.  Colonies o Maryland was established in 1634 as a southern colony.  It was established by George Calvert (Lord Baltimore).  It was established as a safe haven for Catholics.  Immediately it became like Virginia (the staple crop was tobacco). o The Carolinas were originally one colony but there was distinct North and South region.  It was started in 1650 but didn’t have its first town for 15 years later.  The main thing manufactured in North Carolina was tar, pitch, and turpentine.  South Carolina started off with a big city (Charleston).  It was an urban/ cosmopolitan city.  The people who settled there were from Bermuda.  Their main crop was sugar cane.  By the early 1700’s the families from Bermuda were 3re or 4 sons from wealthy families sent to the new world by their families to establish plantations. o When these sons arrived there was already a home built and furnished and all their slaves were there waiting for them. o These sons were very rich aristocrats.  Because tobacco and corn did not grow very well in South Carolina, they grew rice. o The rice came from the slaves who grew it back in the homelands.  The second cash crop was indigo, which is a purpleish blue flower that could be changed into a dye.  South Carolina was the only colony that had two cash crops.  It was also one of the only places were the slaves outnumbered the free. o Georgia was established around the 1700’s as colony for convicts. o In general the south was very aristocratic in nature.  This was because of the plantations and the slaves.  They tried to model their lives as a British aristocratic.  The richest American was the poorest British.  But they prided themselves as being as self sufficient as possible.  The North  When the North was established it was very different from the South. o The first Northern Colony was established by the pilgrims.  They were religious zealous and traveled to the Holy sites.  They were not puritans, they were separatists.  They thought that the Church of England was still too influenced by the Catholic Church.  The Pilgrims cut all ties with the Church of England, left England, and went to first Holland.  They believed that their kids were become too Dutch.  They then went back to England.  By 1619, they left again to cleanse themselves from England.  They sailed across the Atlantic Ocean on the Mayflower in 1620.  They were blown off course by storms so it took them three months to make it to the New World.  In December of 1620 they spotted Cape Cod, and settled there.  They called it Plymouth Rock.  The supplies that they had brought with them went bad while they were at sea.  When the next group from England arrived they only found 50 of the 120 people.  They next year 1621 was a better year for the pilgrims.  The Wampanoag and Narragansett noticed them and ended up helping them survive.  Somoset was the first Indian to talk to the pilgrims because he knew some English but not enough to understand what all was going on.  Later he brought back Squanto. o He was the reason the pilgrims survived. o He also worked out a peace treaties with the surrounding tribes along with trade agreements. o He taught the pilgrims how to survive on Cape Cod. o He taught them how to catch fish then plant them so that they would neutralize the soil.  At the end of the first successful harvest they had the first thanksgiving feast.  They served fish and sea food (oyster and scallops), deer, corn , beans, and squash.  The colony was called Plymouth Plantation. o In 1630 a second group landed around Boston, Massachusetts.  They established the Massachusetts Bay Colony.  It was settled by the Puritans.  They were different from the pilgrims because they wanted to reform the Church of England.  They wanted to purify the church.  To do this they wanted to start their colony based on God’s Rules for Man.  Their first governor was Jonathan Winthrop.  He said that their colony would be a City on the Hill, that they would be a light to the world.  Puritans were never thought to have a good time, they were thought to be buzz kills.  They were thought to be judgmental and took every thing that God said very seriously.  They story “The Scarlet Letter” shows how people thought of puritans.  Puritans believe that God should be always on their mind.  They believe should in the world but not of it, meaning that the world was good but not so good that it took away from God.  They believed in moderation, it was ok to enjoy things but not just too much.  Unlike the south were people settled as individuals, in Massachusetts people settled as communities.  Sometimes they came over as whole congregations.  Slowly as the communities grew, the people spread out as smaller communities and made new towns.  The first thing that was built in the town was the church, the first thing that the town did was hire a preacher.  The church was a place where the community could come together.  The other big function for the church was because it doubled as a school.  The Southern Colonies were established by individuals. o In the North, farming was a smaller enterprise, but they had smaller farm production.  They had economic diversity, which meant that they had several sources of income besides farming.  In the South the economy is based on the production of staple crops and slave trade.  In the North there was a number of different businesses and jobs.  Some of the jobs were: Farming, fishing, whaling, ship building and repairing, rigger, rope maker, lumber, store owners, brewers, distillers, lawyers, doctors, coopers, and wheelwright.  There has always been more people in the North than in the South because there was more job opportunities.  There was also a big shortage of women.  Men would send money over to England to buy a wife.  A good woman would be from 80 to 100 pounds of tobacco.  There were also ship that would bring eligible women from England to be auctioned off to the highest bidder, but the women did have veto power.  The North was appealing to find jobs, education, and start family.  Eventually the North would outnumber the south 2 to 1. In the 1800’s it was 3 to 1.  It attracted a larger immigration population. o In the 1630’s, New Hampshire became a colony.  In 1635 Rhode Island was settled as Providence Plantation by Rodgers Williams.  He started Providence Plantation because he was excommunicated from the Puritan colony.  He was kicked out because he said that the king and the colony had committed the sin of coveting neighbor’s goods.  He said that the king had stolen the land from the Native Indians.  He also claimed that you cannot force someone to join the church. He took all of his followers and created Providence Plantation. o Pennsylvania was established by William Penn.  He established it as a safe haven for Quakers.  The Quakers were pacifist meaning that they did not believe in violence.  They were known as the “Society of Friends”.  They did not recognize social classes, they treated all classes the same with familiarity.  William Penn was a noble’s son.  His father was an admiral in the Navy.  When his father died, William inherited all his dads wealth.  The king owed the Penn family money, so when William went to collect it, the king just gave him the land of Pennsylvania.  It was established in 1681.  He worked out a treaty with the Indians and paid them for the land.  He established it for true Religious Freedom, a safe haven for religious minority.  Pennsylvania became a fright operation center because of where it was located on the bay.  It also became the bread basket of America. They were able to grow plenty of wheat, barley, and oats.  During this time of America there were many Indian Wars. o The main Indian War was the Metacom War in the north.  One out of every ten people died.  This war was so violent that they attacked settlements, out of the 90 towns the Indians attacked 50 of them.  In the final battle the British attacked the Metacom village and killed their chief.  They cut off this body parts and sent them to neighboring tribes as a way to say not to mess with them.  They kept the head for themselves and had it on a spike in the center of Plymouth for 30 years.  They sold his wife and kids into slavery.  The Great Awakening began in 1747. o It began with George Whitefield, he was a trained Anglican preacher.  He gave his speeches were giving outside in a campmeeting type environment.  He preached from his heart and not from a book. He preached about personal experience. o Up until that point everyone had a Calvinist view, that God had already decided on how your life would go.


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