CSU HIST 100 - Europeans in the New World (2 pages)

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Spanish in the new world French in the new world The Irish Model English in the New World Jamestown Tabaco Bacon’s rebellion Southern Colonies New England Northern Colonies Buffer Zone


Lecture number:
15
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Colorado State University- Fort Collins
Course:
Hist 100 - Western Civilization, Pre-Modern (GT-HI1)
Edition:
1

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HIST 100 1st Edition Lecture 15 Europeans in the New World Spanish in the new world Cibola o Mystical city o The expedition only ended up finding about 100 people Silver o Pirates 90 male French in the new world Fishing Jacques Cartier o Northwest passage o Fur trade o Goal economic gain o By 1700 there were about 15 k French in the New World The Irish Model Never Invade by the Romans St Patrick Henry VIII split with Rome o Catholic Ireland was now ruled by protestant England Plantations o Used as a place to send the poor English in the New World Enclosure Movement Richard Hakluyt o 4 Reasons for Colonization 1584 Sir Walter Raleigh Roanoke 1585 Failed Jamestown 1607 Virginia Company These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Confederacies Reliance on Native Americans Tabaco John Rolfe discovered it could be grown in Virginia 1613 Labor intensive o Bound men indentured servants Land intensive Bacon s rebellion 1676 Led by Nathanial bacon Most indentured servants Southern Colonies Warm and fertile soil Mostly men Plantations Constant need for labor New England 1620 Pilgrims arrive on Mayflower Puritans o Greta Migration o Economically Motivated o Roger Williams Northern Colonies Cold Climate with rocky soil Migrated as families Subsistence farming Buffer Zone Georgia June 1732 James Oglethorpe



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