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Settler and Indian Conflict

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Settler and Indian Conflict History 1100

Sydney Mills
Survey of American History to 1865
John Wigger

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Survey of American History to 1865
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Date Created: 09/12/15
Settler and Indian Con ict in the Northeast 09102015 Early encounters 1000 Europeans to N America by 1625 only 1800 left alive 23 in VA 0 2000 puritans to N England in 16305 0 The Pequots 0 Small pox 1633 killed 80 0 Alliance with Dutch Mohegans and Narragansetts 0 Attack on Mystic Themes from the Pequot war Impact of diseases Indians allied with Europeans fought against one another con ict over trade and resources importance of guns taking captives in war vs capturing land and killing opponents Roger Williams 16041683 Middle class parents in London Pembroke college at Cambridge university in 1624 puritan conversion experience in early teens Chaplain on estate of Sir William Masham county of Essex Married May Barnard 1629 Williams in Puritan New England 0 1630 Sailed for Boston 0 Great migration of nonseparating puritans Becomes a separatist 0 Moves to Plymouth Williams and Native Americans 0 close relationship begun at Plymouth 0 A key into the Language of America 0 boast not proud English of thy birth and blood 0 thy brother Indian is by birth a good 0 of one bood god made him and thee and a o as Wise as fair as strong as personal o Christenings make not Christians Questioned taking Indian land Separation of Church and State 0 Williams concluded that separation from church of England was necessary 0 a national church was a political church exiled from Massachusetts bay colony in October 1635 escapes south of bay colony aided by Narragansett Indians Rhodelgand 0 Williams founds Providence RI 0 Joined by Anne Hutchinson in 1638 0 Returns to England to obtain and protect RI Charter 0 Governor 16541657 Religious Freedom 0 Williamsquot God requierth not an uniformity of Religionquot All should enjoy quotsoul libertyquot RI welcomed Quakers and Jews Quakers soon dominated the colony elected Quaker governor in 1672 Rhode Island Marginalized 0 almost no one in colonial New England followed Williams model 0 Rhode Island ridiculed as quotthe licentious republicquot or the quotsink hole of New Englandquot Weapons and tactics o matchlock o intlock Pro ciency with Firearms A cultural comparison 0 the English and hunting 0 few English men hunted o a sport of the leisure class 0 Indians and hunting 0 Indian men spent a lot of time hunting The Wampanoags and Metacom Metacom or King Phillip 53 of New England s 90 towns attacked 12 destroyed 16751676 Pequots and Mahicans Mohawks 8000 colonists and 300 Indians killed Settlement pushed back a generation The Iroquois Mohawks Oneidas Onondagas Cayugas Senecas in uence as far south as Virginia and west into Ohio 0 Beaver Wars of the 17th century 0 Allied with the Dutch against the French and Algonquians 4 stages of Iroquois history with Europeans 0 Massive Depopulation Small pox 0 Economic dependence on trade 0 entanglement in imperial struggles 0 loss of territory The mourning War Tradition 0 Taking captives The fate of captives Limiting Losses Ransom as new option


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