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HIST 1301 Chapter 1 Notes

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HIST 1301 Chapter 1 Notes HIST 1301 - 001

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History of U.S. to 1865 - 22096
Richard C. Foust
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Date Created: 01/21/16
HIST 1301 Lecture 1 “New World Encounters” The American Story Chapter 1  Native Americans were in America way before others came over  Animals came with the Europeans (animals carried disease) along with metal pots, knives o These things were never seen by the Native Americans before and we highly valuable at the time  Europeans would try to take land, but the Native Americans would laugh at their attempts to take land o Native Americans were called Savages (savage=less that human)  Reservations were worst land; good land taken by Europeans and left the bad land to the Native Americans  People not of same color or same customs (culture and norm) were seen as inhuman o Idea would carry unto this day o Racism is big this early and would develop more in the future ID: Columbian Exchange: The Columbian Exchange refers to the transfer of people, animals, plants, and disease between the Old and New Worlds Civilization vs. Savagery  According to Europeans, “savages” were excessively violent and merely hunted and gathered food without developing complex forms of agriculture, art, language, literature, science, religion, or government  On the other hand, civilized societies endorsed agriculture, private property, and Christianity  Europeans used this terminology to rank themselves culturally and racially superior to Native Americans HIST 1301 Lecture 1 Y-Values 8 7 Total Population 6 Colonials 5 4 3 2 Indians 1 0 1500 1550 1600 1650 1700 1750 1800 1850


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