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history 201 study guide 1

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this study guide is for test 1 chapters 1-6
united states history 1
dr michael kinney
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Courtney wallace on Tuesday October 4, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to his 201 at Calhoun Community College taught by dr michael kinney in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 19 views. For similar materials see united states history 1 in History at Calhoun Community College.

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Date Created: 10/04/16
Study Guide 1. Italian explorer Christopher Columbus, sailing to find a route west to Asia from Europe, accidentally discovering the New World. This made him a celebrated hero and he went back across the Atlantic in 1493,1498, and 1502. The first known Europeans to reach the Americas are believed to be the Vikings during the eleventh century. They made colonies in Greenland and Iceland. After Christopher Columbus came to the Americas, European exploration increased rapidly. First through a lot of the Caribbean region (including the islands of Hispaniola, Puerto Rico, and Cuba), and in North and th South America in the 16 century. The Columbian Exchange was the transfer of potatoes, pineapples, the turkey, dahlios, sunflowers, magnolias, maize, chilies, and chocolate to the East across the Atlantic. 2. In Jamestown, the English colonists and Indians got along. They traded goods and weapons. Pocahontas was a big part of the trade. When Powhatan died, the good relationship slowly went away. In Massachusetts Bay, they also go along originally, but disagreements arose. Those were made worse by King Philip’s War. They all got along in the beginning and even celebrated Thanksgiving, and as more people showed up they started to fight. They got along until cultural differences and other issues got in the way. The colony in Jamestown was created poorly, and the Massachusetts Bay colony was made better. 3. The Puritans believed their lives should revolve around the bible completely. They wanted to move to New England to have a better religious relationship. They made every aspect of their life about religion. 4. People brought more blacks in for slavery. It caused issues with the status of slaves. 5. George Washington helped Braddock attack the French and sparked the French and Indian War.


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