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Chapter 3 Reading Notes

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Chapter 3 Reading Notes History 202

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United states history since 1865
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Date Created: 09/30/16
Chapter 3 Reading Notes: Forming Tighter Bonds Uncivil Wars, 1640-1660 Smallpox and Wars Plague the Great Lakes  Arrival of colonists in 1630s brought smallpox to North America  Traditional Indian remedies worsened the epidemic  Grief and rage put Iroquois League and others on a warpath o Raged conflict between Iroquois and Hurons for 70 years o Called the Beaver Wars  Captured and tortured men to avenge deaths  Other captives were adopted into the clan with the same identity of a dead loved one  European guns intensified the wars English Civil Wars  English divided: those who believed Charles I was supreme leader or those who favored Parliament o Fought and started English Civil War, killed Charles I  Leaders of 6 of the colonies declared allegiance to his son Charles II  In New England, England’s Civil War brought religious, social, and economic upheaval o Church of England official religion not Puritan o First effort to convert Indians through the New England Company led by missionary John Eliot o Gave rise to the first witch scare  Some belonged to Society of Friends or “Quakers” o Slowed immigration leading to economic depression o Accelerated the development of New England’s ship building industry Planters and Slaves in the Caribbean  English colonists came to Barbados in 1627 and it became its wealthiest and most populous colony o Majority were Africans who worked and died in sugar cane fields  The sugar boom tied Barbados and New England together  Accelerated the rise of African slavery and decline indentured servants  Barbados Slave Code prescribed levels of protection for African slaves and white servants  Sugar boom made England a major participant in Atlantic slave trade and created English America’s first slave society Church and Indians in Southeast and Southwest  In 1663, Spanish friars added and were invited by Apalachee Indians in the Florida panhandle to their network of missions  14 years later Apalachee set 7 missions ablaze and drove the Spanish out. Spanish retaliated New Imperial Orders, 1660-1680 The English Colonial Empire and the Conquest of New Netherland  Charles II came to power in Europe as king  Brought enduring changes to colonists and Indians o New colonies formed o New Netherland entered English empire by conquest  Charles II established the Navigation Acts o Free trade within the colonial empire but restricted outside o Mixed reactions from colonists o Officials looked to the act to sever ties with Dutch merchants Quebec and the Expansion of French America  1000 French troops went to Quebec as North America’s first army  Minister John-Baptiste Colbert considered the regiment crucial to his plan to reform the French Empire  Mercantilism: economic system where colonies exist to provide raw materials and serve as protected markets for finished goods  First French curbed Iroquoian raids  Then resettled New France – recruited women  Developed into a modest colony dependent on furs Chesapeake Servitude, Mainland Slavery  Maryland and Virginia had become dependent on slavery and founded on white supremacy  1668 law compelled free black women to pay a tax, burdening families  Lawmakers built legal foundation on slavery  Expansion of African slavery was tied to chargers in indentured servitude and the region’s reputation in England  Women’s servitude was equal if not worse than men’s The Creation of South Carolina  When Charles I was executed, his supporter Sir John Colleton, fled England  Charles II rewarded his loyalty by giving rights to colonize land between Virginia and Florida – became “Carolina”  Envisioned colonists would pay them for the land peacefully among Indians  Most colonists came from Barbados  Barbadians helped craft North America’s first slave code o Also oriented the economy towards West Indies (need of food and labor)  Group called Westo sent enslaved captives to Caribbean  Carolina had an alarming growing dependence on trafficking Indian slaves Metacom and the Algonquian Battle for New England  Most New England colonists dreaded the news of Charles II’s coronation  Led to political uncertainty and sense of crisis  Some colonists called tried to forge new ties to England o Royal Society: group that advocated scientific discovery  Colonists in scientific networks proclaimed themselves as experts on Indians and used science to distinguish themselves  Algonquians worried about their future o More colonists traded overseas the less they needed Indians o Decided to selectively adopt English ways – began keeping pigs  King Philip’s War – Algonquians confront English o Terrified colonies and destroyed 25 towns  Indians suffered most from the war  English saw the war as proof they needed a tighter rein on colonists Victorious Pueblos: A New Mid-Atlantic and “Glorious” Revolutions 1680-1960 The Pueblo War for Independence  New Mexico’s diverse Indians united against Spanish rule  Most successful war for independence in North American history to date  Factors that prompted the war o Lots of Indian deaths o Spanish demand for tribute and sex o Spanish cracked down on rituals  Pueblos disagreed on what to do after Spanish left  Led to immediate conflicts  Some invited Spanish back Royal Charters for New Jersey and Pennsylvania  England conquered New Netherland giving Charles II more opportunity to reward supporters  Creation of New Jersey and Pennsylvania o Promised immigrants religious freedom  Quakers and Baptists saw New Jersey as a place to worship freely  Hatred of quitrents – annual land fee  Quakers recruited immigrants  Model city Philadelphia linked Pennsylvania to Atlantic world  Links to the West Indies helped slavery take root in Pennsylvania despite opposition  Pennsylvania’s leaders cultivated amicable relations with Indians English North America’s “Glorious” Revolutions  Charles II died, James II became king and disputed with Parliament  Allied with French Louis XIV to impose Catholicism  100,000 Huguenots fled France  Parliament invited William and Mary to take the throne  Became the “Glorious” Revolution and preserved English liberty  Colonists in Massachusetts Bay, New York, and Maryland responded to Revolution with violence  Ironically, colonists helped strengthen royal authority  The Glorious Revolution tightened the political bond between English and its colonies North America’s Hundred Years’ War Begins  William and Mary’s coronation triggered war in Europe and North America  Rebels in New York and New Jersey invaded Canada  Conflict sparked one of the last witch scares  War had bad repercussions on Native Americans


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