They both were fighting for the same necessities such as food and clean water, supplies for winter and surviving. 2 die in the first Indian attack on fort James in may, then 3 more die in an Indian ambush in June, then in august the Indians kill 50 men(Document E).In 16069 36 men sails up to Chesapeake Bay to try and trade for corn with the Patawomeke Indians (they had seen less of the English and had luck to be more friendly. )They were able to fill the ship with grain they only succeeded because "some harsh and crewell dealing by cutting of towe of salvages heads and other extrmetyes." So by saying that they actually killed the chief of the tribe and saying that they didn't even take it back to James town because they knew it wasn't gonna be enough to last for the winter so they went and took back so they can take to survive to go back to England. This helps use know that because of that some colonist went there to make it worse by creating more conflict with the natives by stealing their food and killing people (Document D).
As well, the government did not track Natives from Newfoundland and Labrador because they were not part of Canada at the time. Nonetheless, it is safe to say that about 4,000 Native Canadians participated in the First World War, many serving with distinction. In all, more than 50 decorations were awarded to Native fighters for their contributions to the war. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Elders and Indian soldiers Members of the File Hills Indian Colony joined the 68th Battalion (Regina). Their parents, in traditional garb, posed for this photograph before the soldiers left for England.
Galba was the first of the generals that were fighting for the throne to reach Rome and had himself proclaimed emperor. He was an old man of 75 when he became emperor.He was famous for the mistake that he refused top pay the soldiers the bonus that emperors usually paid them. Otho, a friend Galba had dissapointed, turned his soldiers against Galba and on January 16 69 AD Galba was killed and he only reigned for barely 7 months.The next emperor Marcus Salvius Otho, as soon as he became emperor Otho faced a revolt of his own as the praetorian guard supported him but the Legions in Germany supported a man named Vitellius. As a result ,the German legions marched on Rome to put Vitellius on the throne and to depose Otho.when he heard of this revolt, Otho sent his troops to fight Vitellius. Otho had sent his troops to late and his army suffered a horrible defeat.
In the first Battle at Saratoga, Freeman's Farm, the British lost two men for every one American casualty. In terms of ground gained, however, both sides fought to a draw. The second Battle, Bemis Heights, British losses were four to one. The death count for the British for both battles added up to about 440 compared to the colonists’ count of 90. The colonial’s victory was overwhelming.
Thinking that the economy was at its best, they expected everything to go smoothly, but in a short time everything collapsed forcing Abraham to sell his share. His partner, William Berry, died soon after and forced Lincoln to declare bankruptcy leaving him with a $ 1,000 that took seventeen years to pay off. That same year he began a political career with a campaign for the Illinois General Assembly. He became increasingly popular and had the ability to draw crowds as good as any natural raconteur in New Salem though he lacked an education, money, and powerful friends. Before Abrahams first election, he served briefly as a captain in the Illinois militia during the Black Hawk War, and although he never saw combat, he decided to return from the militia where he was able to campaign for the August 6 election.
Two more teams were added every other year from 1970-1974, and another four were added in 1979 (andrewsstarpage.com). With a league going from six teams to 21 over a period of fourteen years created a talent rich league that the Wings had a tough time hanging with. The Red Wings had fourteen losing seasons from 1967-1983. With the decline of the franchise, it was time for a change. During the 1979-1980 season, the team left Olympia Stadium for the newly built Joe Louis Arena.
he wrote on his appointment as commander. "I suspect that all the Continental armies were more than half beaten before the battle was begun . I, at least , will not be frightened beforehand ." Like Nelson he quickly proved to be a great commander. After several victories against French in Spain he invaded France.
Braddock made contact with the French just 10 miles of Fort Duquesne, where they were defeated by the French. It was heavy toll that included Major General Edward Braddock who died four days after the battle. The French had maintained the territory on the Ohio Valley. The British were winning in the north; they won the battle on Lake George and created two forts (Fort Edward and Fort William Henry) near the south of Fort Frederick a French fort at Crown Point on Lake Champlain. It wasn't until 1756 that war
What would turn into a four-year conflagration and take more American lives than two subsequent world wars together was expected by many at first to be no more than a "show of power" exhibited by both factions that would end in quick compromise. But, it soon became apparent that the South would not bargain. It didn’t matter that the industrial North was considered unbeatable with its larger population and its iron factories able to churn out artillery by the carloads. The pride of the South was wounded, and the scars were enough to inspire its men to victory in the first several engagements, including the First Battle of Manassas, 30 miles from Washington
8. French wanted revenge against Britain. She sent arms and supplies an impord later sent 6000 soldiers to help the American in the battle in New York. 9. the importance of Yorktown was a moral boost to American and French forces, and a big defeat for Britain that was ready to come to terms with the Americans. The war was not ended for more then a year latter.