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).
The Spain name for Easter was La Pascua de los flores so De Leon called the new land Florida. Spaniards were very religious people and most often named the new lands discovered and settlements from either saints or religious events. Lost Colony- After Raleghs first attempt to found a colony, he had made one more attempt to found a colony in Virginia in 1587. But this time his attempt was more dreadful the people who had settled here had entirely disappeared. Men, women, and children no one really knows what happened to the people but later the Indians told the settlers of Jamestown that they had been killed by
He rallied tribes to his cause and became very powerful, calling his forces “Pontiac’s Confederacy”. In 1763 they are stronger than ever, and the English fall. After, the English spread the small pox disease, and many Indians died. Soon after the French surrendered all together from the war effort, and left the Indians to fend for their own cause. English continued to trade with the Indians, and Pontiacs cause was lost.
With hopes that an American colony would solve their debt problems, over 100 passengers were sent by the Virginia Company. Three English ships carried the sailors through the waters of the Chesapeake Bay to Jamestown, Virginia. On May 13, 1607, they arrived with the hope of building a life in America, teaching Christianity, and finding a new route to China. What they didn’t realize was the hardships they would have to suffer in order to establish the first permanent English settlement in America. Adversity such as starvation, disease, and conflicts with the Indians awaited them.
Along with about 600 native associates, the Spaniards set up base in one of the Aztec's many ceremonial temples. During all these events, Governor Velazquez sent a fleet under soldier Panfilo de Narvaez to Mexico. Cortez knew of this and marched with a small group to the coast where he captured Panfilo de Narvaez, and persuaded most of the soldiers to join his band. When they returned to Tenochtitlan, an Aztec revolt had progressed too far. Montezuma died from a stoning three days after asking the Aztec people to calm down.
A member of the Separatist movement within Puritanism, in 1609 he left England and went to Holland seeking religious freedom. Finding a lack of economic opportunity there, in 1620 he helped organize an expedition of about 100 Pilgrims to the New World. He helped draft the Mayflower Compact aboard the group's ship, and he served as governor of the Plymouth Colony for all but five years from 1621 to 1656. He helped establish and foster the principles of self-government and religious freedom that characterized later American colonial government. His descriptive journal provides a unique source of information on both the voyage of the Mayflower and the challenges faced by the settlers.
English colonists found Jamestown, Virginia for their first settlement. They began to plant tobacco for England in 1612. English seized New Netherland colony from Dutch and renamed it New Jersey in 1664. In 1675, Indians and colonists clash in King Philip’s War; then, King James II ousted in a “Glorious Revolution”; William III and Mary II became co-rulers of England in 1688. By 1700, English firmly established the colonies of Plymouth, Massachusetts bay, Virginia, Maryland, North and South Carolina, New Netherlands, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New Jersey,
All credit was stopped. 5. Shays rebellion led by Daniel Shay was to stop the Congress from foreclosing on the lands that the Farmers owned but could not pay for. In 1787, he lead about 1,000 farmers to attack the Springfield armory and attempted to shut down the courts. The states raised an army to stop the Shay’s Rebellion before it influenced other states to do the
At first they traded corn for cloth and hatchets, but as more settlers wanted land, the tribe threatened war on the basis that the Virginians wanted to take over them, not trade. Once many more people came to the colonies, they demanded land that the Native Americans had, causing war. The Native Americans launched a surprise attack, killing a third of the Virginians. The Virginians retaliated by taking the cornfields from the Native Americans. Taking the Native American’s food source from them, and the increasing number of migrants quelled the threat of
It was drafted by the Pilgrims who crossed the Atlantic aboard the Mayflower, seeking religious freedom. It was signed on November 11, 1620 * The main purpose of the Mayflower compact was to establish self government, freedom of religion and to write a constitution within 5 years. JOHN WINTHROP – * John Winthrop was a wealthy English Puritan lawyer and one of the leading figures in the founding of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the first major settlement in New England after Plymouth Colony. * He delivered the famous "City upon a Hill" speech. He was against the idea of pure democracy because of ‘’common folks’’.