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Visions of a quotNova Brittaniaquot ll Wabanaki and New England New England and the Virginian precedent 1619 rst African slaves 1St house of burgesses Large numbers of investors Staple agriculture not gold or silver lmmigration of landowning families not poor individuals Use of immigrant laborers Arguments for Native Dispossession Samue Purchas and Governor Sir Francis Wyattget rid of all the natives John Winthrop wasn39t going to let lndians take over The English Background Puritans in Britain What puritanism is not joyless persons What it actually is a revolutionary social and political movement based in a rigorous interpretation of Cavinist Protestant theology Sovereignty of Godhumans are not t to be in god39s presence Predestination some humans deserve to be saved but its been decided since the beginning of time Particular Calling you are placed in a speci c place You all have a place General Callingdamnation CovenantsGod is almighty but has placed limits on his power Covenants of Works humans are depraved Covenant of Grace God forgives sins because of his mercy and love through Jesus Christ National Covenant God chose them for the new era They were the new Israelites Archbishop William laud disliked by Puritans many new changes became really stern about Puritan practices so Puritans left England The Native Background Ninnmiissinuok in the Dawnland Wabanaki Place of the dawn homeland of the Abenaki people Ninnmissinuok quotthe peoplequot liked the Europeans they had things that they had never seen metal pots and pans glass but no experience with them Ruled by charisma politics based on alliances Atantic Cod 14901600 Smallpox took out the dawnland natives were not immune16141618 90 death rate Caused a social crisis Killed the elderly who at the time were the wise and most knowledgeable Entangled Worlds Great migration to New England Caribbean Chespeakes Less than 50 of Puritan migration Only 12 of English migration New England Colonies Massachusetts Plymouth1619 Pursuing Competency the family can be well off but not rich You only need enough Create a community that had several families and recreate a manorial village Use all patriarchs and they would own all the land together Ruled the political social religious systems The Pequot war16361637 English Colonists became drawn to the Indians political issues Three Views of England John Winthrop a city upon a hillquot John Smith quota plantation for men of small meansquot September 10 2015 Beaver Wars Conquest Dislocation and Turmoil east of the Mississippi a a Beginnings natives wanted the european goods and the Europeans wanted the Native s fur The shermen would buy the beaver fur to sell back in Europe This was the beginning of a larger trade b Nouvelle France Early Modern France consumed by Protestant Reformation Warfare was very widespread Protestants vs Catholics Chief Minister was Armand Jean de Plessis wanted American Colony to fuel the French 1627 La Compagnie de cent associesquotThe Company of One Hunded Associatesquot modeled on early English structure designed to attract investors quotA Catholic City Upon a Hillquot They had missionaries that were supposed to go after the Native Converts popularize their own successes Immigration was tightly controlled you could only go to America if you were a devote Catholic Fur Trade was the biggest trade Canada didn39t have suitable climate for tobacco or sugar c Nieuw Nederland Dutch colonization The united provinces ruled by Spanish monarchs The Eighty Years War or the Dutch revolt 15681648 Forced to militarize almost immediately upon settlement i Vereenigde Oostlndische Compagnie East India Company early 17th Century Because of success with indian they looked to Atlantic ii Funded Hudson39s voyage who found NYC iii Then started West India Company intended to be the Atlantic arm of ElC or pioneer new trade routes iv Helped bind a lot of the trade together v Pioneered new forms of currency vi Wampum made from Whelk shells or quohog shells Made them into strings or belts which woud be given to the community story keeper Used as a medium of exchange d Nya Sverige Early Modern Sweden i Swedish South Company Peter Minuit ii Based in currently in Maryland area and fur trade iii VERY dependent on others a European Outposts in a Native American World i Iroquois Mourning WarGrief danger to self and community ii Healing grief Method 1 Condolence or Method 2 Mourning war iii Captives quotincorporatedquot into community 1 Method 1 Adoption quotrequickeningquot 2 Torture and consumption 3 Result healing within community war with outsiders iv The cycle of mourning war war death grief desire for captives b Fur traders Gun Runners i Native demand for re arms became huge c Factors in the Escalation of the quotBeaver Warsquot i Economic competition ii Cultural Pattern of Mourning War iii Lethality of European Weapons iv Epidemic disease d Result massive mortality warps ancient patterns of war into escalating arms race e Mourning war on hyper drive death grief desire for captives war trade for weapons epidemic disease
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