Flashcards. APUSH CHAPTER 6. Dubbed by the whites "The Iroquois League" it consisted of 5 nations. iv) Jamestown’s relations with Indians changed throughout its history but it was mostly hostile. To understand historical events, we frequently compare one set of conditions with another so as to illuminate both similarities and differences. This period addresses the reestablishment of Charles II to the English throne in 1660 as well asthe fall of James II in 1688. Seperating something from another. iii) Introduction of slavery. Page 56 picture – Determine what aspects of this painting that demonstrate the Quaker attitude toward American Indians. The practice of working for someone for a certain number of years in order to pay off the pasaage fee to America when one isn't able to afford the voyage. Explain the changes and conflicts that occurred when the diverse worlds of Europe, Africa, and the Americas “collided” after 1492. i) Winthrop’s comments describe Massachusetts as a model colony. Indian chief and father of Pocahontas. Turns out they weren't so invincible. They fought neighboring tribes and Europeans, but eventually had to struggle for their survival as a people. Where the Virginia Company landed, they then pushed up on the banks of the Malaria infested River. APUSH Vocab Chapter 2 Hunter Stephens Lord De La Warr- new governor of Jamestown; declared war against Indians in Jamestown Pocahontas- daughter of Powhatan; saved John Smith from his captors; her marriage to John Rolfe sealed peace agreement of First Anglo-Powhatan War Powhatan- Indian chieftain in Jamestown area; also the name of the peoples of the region Handsome Lake- Iroquois … Started in 1610 with the arrival of Lord De La Warr. Orangized an expidition to Roanoke Island off North Carolina. Spell. When a man was married, he went to live in his wife's longhouse. Study 105 apush unit one test vocab flashcards from miki i. on StudyBlue.
The joint stock company allowed lone wolf enterprises to pool their capital and gain much more profit. The nation state is a certain form of state that derives its legitimacy from serving as a sovereign entity for a nation as a sovereign territorial unit. lord de la warr. APUSH CHAPTER 9 - AMERICAN PAGEANT. Flickr Creative Commons Images. The second war was fought in 1644, was a last ditch effort to dislodge the Virginians, the Indians were agian defeated. Describe the origins and development of education, culture, and the learned professions in the colonies. ii) The Great Awakening caused many new colleges to be founded. The first self representative government in the New World that set a precedent for other mini parliaments. They were put in place to control the large and potentially restive population of slaves. In 1799 Angelic figures in traditional Iroquois garb appeared to Handsome Lake and said that if the Iroquois did not mend their immoral ways then they would die out. it was the next honors level course in history? Use LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys to navigate between flashcards; Use UP and DOWN arrow keys to flip the card; audio not yet available for this language. Lord De La Warr Character Timeline in Pocahontas and the Powhatan Dilemma The timeline below shows where the character Lord De La Warr appears in Pocahontas and the Powhatan Dilemma . Describe the Puritans and their beliefs and explain why they left England for the New World. Established in 1661, it gave masters virtually complete control over their slaves including the right to inflict vicious punishments for even slight infractions. Thomas West, twelfth baron De La Warr (1576–1618) Contributed by Warren M. Billings and the Dictionary of Virginia Biography. What similarities developed between the English attitude toward the Irish and the English attitude toward Native Americans? Georgia was named after him and helped to prompt the French and Indian War in America. The English code of 1661 in which was illustrated the legal base of slavery in Barbados. Husband of Pocahontas, their marriage was the first interracial union in Virginia. Organized Jamestown and imposed a harsh law "He who will not work shall not eat". ii) The Bay Colony was a primitive form of limited democracy. Describe the various conditions affecting women and family life in the 17th century colonies. You have created 2 folders. An adventurer and Captian in Virginia. 17 terms. Second Anglo-Powhatan War. Welcome to the world of Advanced Placement American History!The first question that you have to ask is WHY ARE YOU TAKING THIS COURSE? V. Cultural Clash in the Chesapeake. There will be an exam in the first week of school over the terms and concepts given above. The resulting peace treaty formally separated white and Indian areas of settlement. In what ways might misconceptions about the geography of the Americas have influenced further exploration and settlement patterns? Describe the development of the Jamestown colony from its disastrous beginnings to its later prosperity. New governor of Jamestown who arrived in 1610, immediately imposing a military regime in Jamestown and declaring war against the Powhatan Confederacy. English sea captain who completed his circumnavigation of the globe in 1580, plundering Spanish … Examine French relations with the Indians compared with British (and perhaps Spanish), and consider why most Indians supported France against Britain. When Captain John Smith took control of Jamestown in 1608 he whipped the colonists with the rule "He who shall not work, shall not eat". Failed when he lost his life in 1583.
Philip II of Spain’s attempt to invade England. Finding Oliver Cromwell as their leader they ultimately beheaded Charles in 1649. Codes that defined the slaves' legal status and masters perrogatives. Queen of Englanxc 1558-1603. Lord De La Warr reached Jamestown in 1610 with supplies and military. Finally, the last part of the assignment needs no research. Sailed around the world returning in 1580 with many Spanish treasures. Explain the issue of racial, ethnic and religious diversity in the colonies. What were the effects of slavery on the Africans who were brought to the New World? 22 terms. ... cultural clash provoked by Lord De La Warr. Lord De La Warr Arrived in Jamestown in 1610, he was a veteran of the vicious campaigns against the Irish and introduced "Irish Tactics" in a campaign against the Indians. A group of settlers organized by Sir Walter Raleigh landed on Roanoke Island off the coast of Virginia. An Indian chieftan's rule over many tribes in the James River area. A joint stock company founded in London which received a charter for a settlement in the New World from King James I. The first permanent English settlement in North America, found in East Virginia. Participated in a mock execution where she saved John Smith. From that list, select the most significant cause and explain your choice. Thomas West, twelfth baron De La Warr, served as the first governor of Virginia appointed by the Virginia Company of London, living in the colony only briefly but holding the title until his death. The focus might be on the reasons for the early French successes as well as the reasons for the eventual British triumph. The laws of Primogeniture decreed that only the eldest sons were eligible to inherit landed estates. Law in Maryland that granted toleration for all Christians, however if you weren't Christian you would receive the death penalty. iii) Jamestown was led by John Smith, James Rolfe, and Lord De La Warr. Established in 1661, it gave masters virtually complete control over their slaves including the right to inflict vicious punishments for even slight infractions. An English explorer, author, and governor of early Virginia. An alliance of five Indian tribes that banded together to prevent war. Beheaded and overthrown by Oliver Cromwell. Examine the French and Indian War, and the other colonial struggles, from the perspective and the historical of the Indians. Employed "Irish tactics" in which his troops burned houses and cornfields and he ultimately destroyed the Powhatan.