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U.S. History to 1876 (GT

by: Guadalupe Kilback

U.S. History to 1876 (GT HIST 150

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Guadalupe Kilback
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Tracy Brady

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Guadalupe Kilback on Monday September 21, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HIST 150 at Colorado State University taught by Tracy Brady in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see /class/210016/hist-150-colorado-state-university in History at Colorado State University.


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Date Created: 09/21/15
N E 9 V39 HIST 150 Dr Brady Exam 1 Take Home Portion According to Peter Nabokov and Dean Snow s Algonquians and Iroquoians Farmers of the Woodlands they explain that early Iroquois life was separated into two domains in living life As they explained it the division of two domains was separated by gender The woman was responsible for the clearings The clearings refers to the Iroquoian living area consisting of longhouses and gardens and the wider wilderness with its game and dangers Pg 1 l TTWL The other division was in the men s responsibilities which were found in the male domain of the forests Within these forests these men gave offerings to the masked spirits who responded by giving wild animals to respectful hunters Pg 1 1 TTWL Jon Butler explains in his essay The Evolution of Slavery in Colonial America some of the more fundamental reasons as to why African slavery seemed favorable over the use of the Native Americans Some of these reasons include the sufficient depletion in indentured servitude as well as an abundant increase in availability of African slaves The difference in indentured servitudes to Africans number well above 61 as is stated by Jon Butler While this was a very attractive fact for the newly settled Americans the bottom line of why African slaves over Indians was Too many Indians remained free too many resisted slavery and too many escaped too easily into a countryside they knew intimately in striking contrast to captured Africans who found the countryside even more unfamiliar than did the Europeans in America Pg43 TTWL According to Steven Mintz and Susan Kellogg the Puritan religion had the strongest appeal to any New Englander that wanted a strong and successful life and wished to obtain the order by family status not individual merit This is best illustrated on page 68 of The Way We Live within the concluding paragraphs According to Pauline Maier what made Boston and New York unique and different was not the fact that they were geographically separated it was that these separate cities were culturally different True both reserved the right to claim themselves as cities however both also had a fundamental difference As Pauline Maier states quotin that wonderfully all encompassing thing called culturequot Pg 102 TWWL According to the essay written by Gary B Nash Foot Soldiers of the Revolutionary Army there was one universal and strong motivation for the African Americans whom enlisted in the American cause This motivation was quite simply the pursuit of their own freedom and fighting for black rights This is best illustrated within the title of a particular section ofthe essay Fighting to Be Free Pg 124 TWWL


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