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Hist 105 - History Of The U S
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HIST 105 1nd Edition Lecture 7 I II III IV Outline of previous Lecture Virginia Maryland Pilgrims Puritans Outline of Current Lecture I VIDEO After the Mayflower 1 What things made the English settlers first winter in America especially difficult Diseases cold winter 2 Why did the English feel the need to have allies in the New World Completely alone Far away from people 3 Why did the Wampanoag people feel they needed allies Lived in fear from other tribes 4 During the film different commentators make observations and express opinions on the people and the events in the story What are the areas of expertise of these commentators Some thought they were Sad and Sinister and about Cruel Others thought it was happy and peaceful 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 5 What is the name of the larger confederation to which the Wampanoag people belong People of the First Life Living beside the Wampanoag Shawnees Cherokees and Apaches Larger confederation Algonquian 6 Where were Native American populations concentrated Coastal for the Wampanoag 7 How did the epidemic of 1617 1619 affect the relationship of the Wampanoag people with the Narragansett people Survivor s were deeply affected Only two people of the whole villages would survive Narragansett s started raids on Wampanoag 8 Why did the Pilgrims come to the New World What did they discover shortly after landing in the New World How did they interpret what they discovered Why did they come Religious freedom Discover Wampanoag people Houses ruined bones Interpret God way of clearing out the way for the people 9 What significance did the Wampanoag people attach to the Europeans bringing women and children with them to the New World They were not a threat to them since they brought women and children They saw they were sickly 10 How were the Wampanoag people and the Europeans able to communicate 1st day of

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