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500 Nations Video Notes

by: Marina Rodriguez

500 Nations Video Notes History 190

Marina Rodriguez
Minnesota State University, Mankato
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These notes were taken while watching the Jamestown episode on 500 nations: Invasion of the coast. Link to video: start at 58 minutes in
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Marina Rodriguez on Thursday September 1, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to History 190 at Minnesota State University - Mankato taught by Melodie Andrews in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 94 views. For similar materials see United States to 1877 in History at Minnesota State University - Mankato.


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Date Created: 09/01/16
History 190 500 Nations: Invasion of the Coast (video) POWHATAN CONFEDERACY  Built by Wahnsonakawa o He controlled the whole region  1607- John Smith sailed into their land and created Jamestown colony  John Smith was taken prisoner by the natives because the colonists forcefully took food and other resources from them o Pocahontas “saved” him  Colonists paid high expenses for tribe food o There was a balance of power through trade  Colonists used weapons to take resources and land from the natives  In April of 1613, Pocahontas was held ransom by the English o She fell in love with one of her captors, John Rolfe o She was later baptized as “Lady Rebecca” and married John Rolfe  They sailed to England 2 years later, but she died shortly after the birth of her child at 22 years old  Tobacco use became popular in England, so English in Jamestown fought for more land for roughly 25 years  December of 1620- Mayflower sailed to the colony of Plymouth o Plymouth was once a native tribe called “Patuxet”, which was destroyed by disease  Massasoit (Wampanoag Chief) used his interpreters to make a treaty with the “pilgrims”  Thanksgiving of 1621- considered the Pilgrim’s “first thanksgiving” o NOT the first thanksgiving in history. o The Wampanoag people and pilgrims made it an annual feast  Massasoit died, and his son, King Phillip came to power in 1662  Many Wampanoag people were arrested for violating “The Blue Laws”, which are the Puritan’s laws of ethics o “Pray or be shot”  15 years after Massasoit’s death, King Phillip urged his people to war against the English o War began June 24th 1675 o “an Indian never forgets a kindness, but never forgets a wrong either.”  “The Great Swamp Massacre”- Dec. 19th, 1675. 300 Native American men, women, and children were burned alive  173 natives were killed or captured and sold into slavery in Bermuda 2


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