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Quiz Packet #2

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Kortney Keane
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Second quiz packet in class
American History to 1877
Chad Hauser
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kortney Keane on Tuesday February 23, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 151 at Iowa Central Community College taught by Chad Hauser in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see American History to 1877 in History at Iowa Central Community College.


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Date Created: 02/23/16
Kortney Keane American History Hauser February 18, 2016 Quiz Packet #2 The Powhatan Tribe was made up of several Algonquian tribes united by Wahunsunacock, or Chief Powhatan. Chief Powhatan controlled most of eastern Virginia. He and his daughter were the storyline for the movie Pocahontas. The marriage of Pocahontas to a prominent Jamestown settler was meant to ensure peace between the British Empires and the Powhatan, but both Pocahontas and her father dies prematurely. After a few ill-fated attempts at rebellion, the Powhatan Confederacy was defeated by the British. 2The Plymouth Colony was a religious charter colony. They Plymouth Colony had successful relationships with Native Americans which allowed them to have pretty explosive growth. This wasn’t necessarily good for them in the long run, as well as their relationship with Native Americans. Massachusetts and the Plymouth Colony was the center of American Protestant development. The Puritan colonial model was stable so early on that it developed an outsized influence on the American identity. Their influence reached overseas and eventually in America. The Native American groups were friendly at first, but after population growth and racism, problems arose. Kortney Keane American History Hauser February 18, 2016 3Cheif Metacom’s war lasted from 1675-1678. The relations between the Wampanoag and New England colonist went downhill after a one-sided and semi-forced treaty, and also the hanging of three Indians. Twelve towns were completely destroyed and a fraction of about 1/10 of English colonists were kidded. Many more Indians dies and the Wampanoag tribe was destroyed. The colonists felt they had no other choice than to defend themselves without help from England. The colonist had the expectation that they had to manage their own defensive affairs. Basically, the Indians took revenge on the settlers and their violence turned into a war. 4The Glorious Revolution begins with parliament inviting William of Orange to be King of England. He was offered the backing of the English army. King James II Glees and William of Orange becomes King George the First. Parliament quickly established its primacy in the government and was enshrining itself in the right to seat or depose a King at will. While this is happening, the English are too busy fighting the French that they don’t pay much attention to the colonies, other than taxing the growing Atlantic commerce. Benign Neglect was the idea that England was so wrapped up with the interplay of the Kings and Queens that the colonies went largely ungoverned and were allowed to do pretty close to whatever they wanted. After the colonies started to prosper, England wanted their cut of the profit. The Kortney Keane American History Hauser February 18, 2016 prosperity came from in large part due to the lack of regulation that existed in the rest of the world. The colonists thought this was unfair and his term evolved to describe that sort of absentee government what was in place before things like the Stamp Act were imposed on the colonies, this infuriated them and that resulted in the revolution of the 1770’s. Colonists began to develop their own ideas and identities. They thought they would have to pay for and organize their own governments, and that meant they had they right to govern themselves. They believed they would need to be prepared to defend themselves from Native American attacks, and that meant they had the right to deal with the Natives they see fit. In regards to taxes from England they thought they would have the ability to determine how each colony will raise funds to pay for their taxes. Finally, they wouldn’t pay any internal taxes to England even though, in theory, England does have all rights to tax external trade. England basically ignored the colonies for so long that they had to learn and adapt. They started fending for themselves and governing themselves. When they started to become successful and prosperous, England took notice. Now that England is paying attention and they see that the colonies are making money, they want their part of it. The colonies feel like they don’t owe anything to England because they had ignored them for so long.


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