TAMU HIST 105 - New World Experiments I (5 pages)

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Lecture number:
6
Pages:
5
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Texas A&M University
Course:
Hist 105 - History Of The U S
Edition:
1
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HIST 105 1nd Edition Lecture 6 Outline of Previous Lecture I Transoceanic commerce II Slave Trade III Columbian Exchange IV England vs Spain Outline of Current Lecture I Virginia II Maryland III Pilgrims IV Puritans Current Lecture Tradition of land ownership Gods gif o Improve o Fence o Cultivate European way Clear the trees Chesapeake Colonies 1640 Region surrounded by Chesapeake bay Today Maryland and Virginia Virginia Charter 1606 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 London Company Difficult coastal land o Easy to defend from native Americans and Spain Questionable work ethic o Not used to doing hard work John Smith Negotiated with Indians o Would not have made it though the winter if it weren t for the Indians help Mapped the Chesapeake Military discipline Virginia Company started out as London Company Powhatan Native American o Association of tribes o Sustained early colonists 1622 1644 were not getting along because social economic and religions reasons English too powerful English vs Spanish Precious metals o Silver Was none Spanish already had Military Superiority o Too many native Americans Spanish had more powerful army Slave labor o Too easy for people to run away Spanish had ability to capture people and enslave Tobacco Land o Headright if you will pay own fare to get from England to New world you would get 50 acres o 50 acres Settlers free but had to work for 7 years difficult o Single men o Indentured servants Political House of Burgesses 1619 Royal Colony 1624 King completely in charge o Have royal governor in charge of colony Maryland Cecil Calvert Lord Baltimore Catholic Refuge for coreligionists Political conflict Tobacco Slavery New England Pilgrims 1620 o Set out to Virginia o After the Mayflower Puritans 1630 Pilgrims In the New World England Anglican services required Sailed on the Mayflower Mayflower Compact William Bradford



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