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Hist 1100 - Survey of American History to 1865

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History 1100 Notes Thursday August 30 Western Planting and bound Labor in the Colonial Chesapeake 1607 1700 By 1607 was established in new Spain I Richard Hakluyt the Younger 1552 1616 o Academic gave public lectures in geography II Discourse on Western Planting by Hakluyt o His document spurred English colonizing and supported it o Suggested that North America would be the key for trade o English colonization would provide countless jobs in England and new world o New jobs would provide raw materials for workers in England o While Spain wanted gold and wealth that were already there o Provide more places to live because it was overcrowded in England o Colonization would cut down on crime because there would be fewer jobless people to commit crime o It would be possible to send criminals to new world to work instead of overcrowding in England o It would provide a fresh start o Great opportunities for farming family farms and communities o English considered the powerful Spanish to be their ultimate enemy III Native Americans and Hakluyt s Design o Tribes in north American were different from Mexican tribes like the Aztecs because they weren t very organized or technically advanced o Hakluyt wanted to use the Natives Americans against Spain by promoting the anglostan church o He would plant himself among the natives o Protestantism was deeply inbeded in the English o By converting the Indians to protestants the English felt that their religion would be as good as the Spanish Catholics IV The Right of First Discovery o The rational was complicated o The support was that Indians were brutes not racial creatures and worthy of respect of Europeans o It said that they did not have governments police jails etc but just moved around and weren t using the land o Therefore the land was vacant under this Right of First Discovery principal V The Chesapeake Colonies Virginia Maryland Bound White Labor o First successful colony was established at Jamestown o The colony at



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