500 Nations Video Notes
500 Nations Video Notes History 190
Minnesota State University, Mankato
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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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