I can describe the distinct societies that emerged in Britain’s American colonies.
"Freedom Dues," “Middle Passage,” Bacon’s Rebellion, Stono Rebellion, “Slave Codes,” “Civil Death,” Harvard College, Half-Way Covenant, Salem Witch Trials, Enlightenment, John Locke, Sir Isaac Newton, Deism, Benjamin Franklin, Great Awakening, Jonathan Edwards, George Whitefield, “Old Lights,” “New Lights,” Fort Duquesne, French and Indian War, Albany Plan of Union, General Edward Braddock, William Pitt, Paris Peace Settlement of 1763, Acadians, Pontiac’s Rebellion, Proclamation of 1763
I can trace the development of England's early colonial settlements.
Charter Colony, Virginia Company of London, Jamestown, Powhatan Indians, John Smith, Pocahontas, “Starving Time,” First Anglo-Powhatan War, John Rolfe, Indentured Servants, “Headright” System, Virginia House of Burgesses, Second Anglo-Powhatan War, Church of England, Puritans, “Pilgrims,” Mayflower Compact, Plymouth Bay, William Bradford, Squanto, Massasoit, Massachusetts Bay Company, “Great Migration,” General Court, John Winthrop, “A Model of Christian Charity,” “Visible Saints,” Predestination, “Protestant Work Ethic,” Congregational Church, Roger Williams, Providence, Anne Hutchinson, “Antinomianism,” Thomas Hooker, Fundamental Orders of Connecticut, Pequot War, Metacom, King Philip’s War, Henry Hudson, New Netherlands, Patroonship, Peter Stuyvesant, Quakers, William Penn, Proprietary Colony, Maryland Act of Toleration, Royal Colony, James Oglethorpe
I can compare & contrast the impact of Spanish, French, & English approaches to colonization on the indigenous populations of the Americans.
Pueblo Indians, Mound Builders, Creeks, Choctaw, Cherokee, Iroquois, Christian World View, Native American World View, Difference in War, European Motives for Exploration, Spain, Christopher Columbus, Treaty of Tordesillas, Conquistadors, Hernando Cortes, Aztec Empire, Montezuma, Francisco Pizarro, Inca Empire, Columbian Exchange, Encomienda System, Hacienda System, Mission System, Mestizos, “Black Legend,” St. Augustine, New Mexico, Pueblo Revolt, Texas, California, France, Jacques Cartier, Samuel de Champlain, Coureurs de Bois, Antoine Cadillac, Robert de La Salle New Orleans, England, Sir Walter Raleigh, Roanoke
History, although sometimes made up of the few acts of the great, is more often shaped by the many acts of the small.
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