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Around AD 1000, what major agriculture begun to spread through North and Central America?

Maize agriculture

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Give an example of how maize agriculture was adapted to withstand harsh environments order to be planted.

The Pueblo people of Southwestern Americas (around present day Arizona) created irrigation systems branching off the Rio Grande to water their crops in high heat

2

Give 3 example how maize cultivation transformation transformed ancient societies.

1. Less emphasis on hunting and gathering
2. Major increase in population (reliable food source=accommodation to more people)
3. Permanent houses were built, villages built around fields

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Around 300,000 natives lived in this region prior to the arrival of the Europeans

The northwest; present day California

4

The people of the northwest region of the United States relied on what kind of food sources?

Mainly hunting, gathering, fishing

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What wealthy society lived in the northwest region of the United States and how did they adapt to their environment?

The Chinooks; excellent warrior traditions, advanced fighting techniques in order to hold their position, lived in easy to tear down and rebuild long houses that housed up to 24 people, developed canoe

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What was the Great Plains and Great Basin people's food source before the introduction of the horse?

Lack of natural resources because of the flat plains, moved with the buffalo herd but hard to catch, gathering

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Name some Great Plain/Basin tribes

Cherokee, Apache, Sioux

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How was life on the Great Plains/Basin altered due to the introduction of horses?

Easier to hunt/follow the buffalo, helped militarily, easier/faster to travel, larger contribution to the blood pool, tepees easily moved

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Name a tribe from the Northeastern Atlantic Seaboard region and their food source.

The Iroquois (present day New York and Pennsylvania), hunting, gathering, farming (maize)

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Give two examples of how the Iroquois adapted to the environment.

Burned forests to make room for crops(later led to British believing God meant the cleared land to be for them) and permanent villages built around maize farms

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Give examples of how the Iroquois were a matriarchal society

Power was based on female authority, women present in council decision making, tended to crops and oversaw community affairs when men were hunting

12

What was the Columbian Exchange?

The exchange of plants, animals, cultures, humans, diseases, etc. between Europe, Africa, and the Americas

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What are some example of things traded during the Columbian Exchange?

Americas--> Europe and Africa: potatoes, tomatoes, corn, turkey
Europe--> Americas: horses, cattle, chickens, rice, wheat

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Name some impacts of the Columbian Exchange

All countries have massive population growth and overall better quality of life due to food opportunities, West Africans are sold by Spanish and Portuguese into slavery, spread of disease (SMALLPOX) mestizos or mixed blood, horses impact natives, encomienda system

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What drove European exploration?

God- spread that country's religion
gold-wealth, creation of joint stock companies (Jamestown 1607 by British)
glory- build an empire with power to beat competition

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How was the view of non-white people affected by the discovery of the Americas?

Natives were seen as savages due to lack of knowledge on their culture, sold into slavery, stolen land, food, families, etc.

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Give an example person who advocates for slavery of natives and one who protested it.

Juan de Sepulveda-Christians had the right to enslave them
Bartolome de Las Casas- believed natives deserved equal treatment and played huge role in ending encomienda system

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How did the Spanish try to convert the Natives to Christianity?

Spanish mission systems- outposts set up throughout Americas that served as military bases as well. Native practices were suppressed and Christianity forced

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Give an example of how the Africans "rebelled" against the Europeans trying to dispel their culture.

Maroon communities- runaways would gather in the Caribbean islands to live in peace, some incorporated Christian elements into their customs

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What was the encomienda system?

Developed in 16th century. Spain would grant royal charters to spaniards and in return they must convert any natives on the land to Catholicism, take tribute from them as well- either labor or gold

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How were the natives affected by the encomienda system?

It was a form of cruel and unusual punishment: low wages, high death rate, back breaks work, ripped from families, disease spread easily, under nourished, etc.

22

What contributed to the downfall of the encomienda system and what was it replaced by?

Catholic's protesting harsh treatment (BDLC), mestizos were not allowed to be enslaved.
Replaced by African labor

23

Compare the Spanish, French/Dutch, and British motives and plans for colonization.

Spanish-want $, exploit slaves (encom. Sys.), convert them, trade with them
French/Dutch- good relationships with natives, traded furs, intermarried, lived among them, gave OPTION to convert
British- men & woman immigrants, want $, religious freedom, better living conditions, accepting of other counties immigrants. Bases on agriculture (tobacco) kept distance with natives

24

What was the head right system developed by the British?

Ever person someone sponsored for their journey to the Americas, they received 50 acres of land

25

What are the Chesapeake Bay Colonies?

Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina

26

Describe the Chesapeake Bay Colonies.

Based on tobacco plantations, long growing seasons, land exhausted leads to expansion. Labor mostly consisted of indentured servants then evolved to African Americans

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New England Colonies

Established by Puritans (John Winthrop, wanted to purify Angican Church). Small towns with farms, schools, large families, little agriculture, fishing, forests, ports

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describe the middle colonies.

Most culturally, religiously, demographically diverse. Quakers in Pennsylvania (William Penn), very tolerant, woman had equal position in church, economy based on cereal crops

29

Describe the southern colonies and West Indies.

South- rice, required major labor, led to increase of slave labor, slaves make up majority of population, slave codes had to be written

30

Give some examples of democratic ideals arising in the British colonies.

New England Colonies- town meetings with elected legislators (white landowning male church members)
Southern Colonies- planters dominated the authorities, Virginia House of Burgesses, many elite plantation owners

31

Describe some interactions between Natives and Europeans.

Europeans allied with natives against other native enemies in wars (Pequot War, Metacom's War) British offered more means to trade, French were kind and allied with Indians during French and Indian War (not Iroquois)

32

Describe some conflicts the Biritsh had with the Native Amerians

Caused by competition over land and resources
The Metacom's war- natives defeated and ceased to be a threat

33

Describe a time the Natives resisted the Spanish rule.

Pueblo Revolt- successfully overthrew Spanish for 12 years. And after Spain regained control they were more tolerant of Pueblos and then religion

34

Diverse religious and ethnic groups (Catholics, Quakers, Puritans) led to...

Pluralism - multiple groups existing together
Intellectual exchange from different ethnic groups

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First Great Awakening

Led to increase in new branches of Christianity

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Enlightenment

Questioning of government (natural rights and separation of powers)

37

How did the British colonies experience Anglicization (influence of English customs and norms over time)

Colonial governments based on based on English models
Cultural spread of ideas through trade and newspapers from England
Spread of Protestantism

38

Describe how the British sought increase control of the colonies through mercantilism.

Navigation acts- required colonists to export specific goods only to England or English colonies (tobacco)

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Colonial resistance from English stems from...

Colonial self government- white land owning men could vote for representatives but had no say in parliament
Ideas of Liberty- wanted same rights of British
Enlightenment- challenged traditional ideas of gov. limiting parties power
Wanted religious independence and diversity

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Why did British Colonies participate in slave trade to some degree?

Large amounts of land, high demand of colonial goods, shortage of indentured servants- due to Bacons rebellion

41

Order the locations where slave trade was prevalent in the New England colonies from least to greatest.

Port cities, small farms in North and South, plantations in Chesapeake Bay Region and Southern Colonies, Caribbean plantations

42

Impact on slavery in the south

Strict radical system developed, prohibition of interracial marriages, children of mother slaves where slaves for life

43

How did the Africans resist slavery?

Blatantly- through actual small rebellions
Breaking tools, running away, working slowly, acting stupid
They held close to their beliefs, language, music

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Make sure to know about the Pueblo Revolt, Metacom's (King Phillip's) War, and Bacons Rebellion

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Study the 13 colonies chart

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Which colonies were part of the New England colonies, Middle, and Southern?

1. Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut
2. New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware
3. Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia