The boundaries between the English colonies and the French were not clearly identified. The colonies wanted to expand. The only problem was the French owned the land to the west of the colonies. The French did not want the colonies encroaching on their property so battles and conflict broke out.
The factors. geography and religion, both helped shape the southern, and Plymouth colonies differently, The Southern colonies had a longer growing season which meant more cash crops, and the Plymouth colonies had a short growing season so that meant farms for only the family. These were how the colonies were
I personally do not believe that syncretism is not a good description of the situation of the native people in North America. The Amerindians had a very different culture, some of which involved sacred rituals, sacrifices, worshiping the earth etc. Although there were many religious similarities between the Christian and native cultures, however the Europeans, which included the Spanish, English and French came and took over the land, gaining control. For example, in Mexico, the priests won the trust of the Amerindians, and took control of educating their children. However, instead of teaching them both Indian and European languages and arts, they only taught them Europeans.
The Chesapeake people were looking for fortune, and they were looking for it independently for the most part. A map of New England, differed drastically from a map of Chesapeake. Unlike New England, Chesapeake was very spread out with people trying to protect their land (Doc E). It was almost impossible to have a set government with people being so scattered. The families that came to New England were able to settle and govern like “a city upon a hill”, as an example to John Winthrop's ideas in 1630 (Doc C), even though they were not expected to be capable of creating a governing system.
Eventually, the Armed force stifled the Indians and constrained onto reservations, where they were permitted to administer themselves and keep up some of their conventions and culture. However, as white Americans pushed ever westbound, they clashed with Native Americans on their tribal grounds. A number of these white pioneers saw the proceeded with routine with regards to local customs as brutal and heinous. They trusted that union into standard white American culture was the main satisfactory destiny for Native Americans. This conviction was regularly framed in religious terms; many white Christians contended that lone by surrendering their profound customs and tolerating Christian authoritative opinion could the Indians be "spared" from the flames of hellfire.
To have effective administrators to run the bureaucracy, the civil service exam was a must. It allowed for the state officials to be educated in principles essential to a successful bureaucracy. Another key factor was Neo-Confucianism, which allowed for social harmony
John Smith is a man who arrived from England and who Pocahontas has grown close and is now in a relationship with. Although they are in love, her father does not approve of their relationship. He wants her to marry one of his warriors, Kocoum, instead. Pocahontas says she feels incredibly stressed and worried about
Moreover, despite the difficulties in awakening the French- Canadian woodsman he can also represent the posibily in bringing about the intellect and spirit in all
My sister woke up morning saying, “ only a couple more days till the best day ever!” It was the day before we finally got to go to Disney Land. My “sister was watching videos on the rides we would go on. She would always make me write down the names of the rides she wanted to ride.
They were constantly being given new rules to follow, and restrictions they had to maintain. This isn’t fair to a group of people who used to be completely free. They were once the owners of the land, and now the land that they were forced into is being
First the British used the town shed act to collect taxes from the colonists. The colonists should not be taxed as much since there was not a lot of repersentatives. Also the British violated the colonist’s property rights by using the Quartering act. The colonists did not agree to this one because it stated that the colonists had to provide food, supplies and living quarters which made them feel unfortable to have strangers living in their houses. Overall the Birtish violated many of their rights.
They made friends with the Natives and asked for their help with their Animal trapping since they were more skilled and also they knew the land. The French didn’t know a lot about New France. So they had to depend on the knowledge and skill of the natives. The French men did not mind living in mixed colonies along with the Natives, traders, priests, and missionaries. Some of the French men would eventually marrying Indian women.
Major values are from the Puritans and have influenced the New England colonies. The New England colonies desire for better education came from the Puritans. They wanted to educate the new generation since the older generation was dying out. Since the old minsters were dying.
European adventurers who visited America faced little resistance from the local populations. This fact has been attributed to some vulnerabilities which made it difficult for Native Americans to wage a war against the European foreigners (Digital History, n.d). The wrangles among the local communities have been cited as among the factors that lowered the defense capacity of Native Americans. These communities fought over such resources as water and land for farming. For instance, the Hopi and Zuni communities had an uneasy relationship that was characterized by conflicts (Digital History, n.d).