Week 2 Lecture Notes - Hist 201
Week 2 Lecture Notes - Hist 201 HIS 201
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Week 2 Reliance on Native Americans 102215 1249 PM Reliance of Native Americans New England 0 Plymouth rock located off the coast of Cape Cod 0 Large source of food and protein fish 0 Cape Cod was one of the largest fisheries in the world Virginia 0 Three sisters 0 Corn Squash Beans 0 Fish Purtans 0 cross Atlantic on their own dimequot 0 different than pilgrims because they have freedom not relying on anyone else 0 different religious beliefs that the Chesapeake colonies reformers not catholic Europe at this time 0 Many places were not welcoming to anyone meaning different religion and skin color 0 Religious tolerance in Amsterdam 0 good for trade 0 diversityvariety o where puritans came from New England settlers were lucky to have more money 0 more freedom enough money to sail for freedom on your own dime buying their independence 0 the goal of an individual is to have enough money to do what you please Value autonomy and independence Puritans show off their money 0 everyone wheres black 0 however class and level of wealth shown by quality of fabric Sumptuary Laws a law that governs what you were 0 is a type of prohibition o is a way to establish elites from commoners 0 creating a community of freedom but also controverted with control 0 popery Liverpool 0 Quakers major slave port mask incredible amount of money due to trade including slaves they had different views of the people around them 0 show some similarities to Puritans in habits and beliefs 0 save heathens from the burning fires of hell Puritans The Elect preordained who is in heaven 0 status ex clothing indicates if one is the elect or not 0 believe that comes down from heaven 0 if you aren t doing well in your life not being part of the Elect you are going to hell The Declensionist Narrative narrative that suggests this society was in decline 0 that society went to hellquot 0 because decline they reevaluate their beliefs so that children and upcoming generations can make the cutquot Beliefs play a huge role in society Religion 0 trust is established through being part of the same group 0 establishes trust to do business and trade 0 banishment becomes a problem Who do they go to Mercantile Capitalism developing type of capitalism huntinggathering societies like the native americans actually worked less 0 money motivated motivates people to work harder for their freedom gold currency The Dark agesEurope 0 due to the massive amounts of deaths due to sickness o the plague low population Thomas Malthus After a while Europe starts to build back up and population increases many believed there was too many people 0 Times are good people eat well no worry of starvation Population surplus 0 parallel relationship of good crops and people having too many kids 0 Due to population surplus the cycle begins again disease struck which follows with low population drop Sustaining a population surplus o In New England the environment forced people to work hard for survival 0 allowed no surplus in population 0 soil was not fertile making it impossible to grow crops In the Chesapeake 0 the environment is warm and fertile lots of rain 0 tobacco slavery became more promenade because of demand of labor due to so many crops New England 0 sons set to build newer communities 0 created many smaller colonies and communities within New England 0 Rhode Island 0 Providence 0 New Haven 102215 1249 PM 102215 1249 PM