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Malinche, a slave fluent in Maya and Aztec, served as interpreter for the conqueror Hernando Cortés.

Malinche, a slave fluent in Maya and Aztec, served as interpreter for the conqueror Hernando Cortés.

The American Colonies Emerge. Spain establishes an American empire, devastating native populations. England forces the Dutch from North America and establishes thirteen colonies. Malinche, a slave fluent in Maya and Aztec, served as interpreter for the conqueror Hernando Cortés. . NEXT.

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1600–1660

1600–1660

1600–1660 . CHAPTER 2 EUROPEAN FOOTHOLDS ON THE FRINGES OF NORTH AMERICA. CREATED EQUAL JONES  WOOD  MAY  BORSTELMANN  RUIZ. “There is under our noses, the great & ample countrey of Virginia.”. Richard Hakluyt, England’s leading advocate of overseas expansion, 1599. TIMELINE.

By velvet
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Colonial Settlement 1587-1770

Colonial Settlement 1587-1770

Colonial Settlement 1587-1770. New England Colonies Chapter 3 Section 2. Religious Freedom (Pages 76–78). A. There were two groups of Protestants in England. Those who wanted to reform the Anglican Church were Puritans. Those who wanted to leave and set up their own church were Separatists.

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European Explorers

European Explorers

European Explorers. Mr. Luvera Chapter 3: European Explorers Unit 2: Two Cultures Meet. Henry Hudson.

By ralph
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Hasidic Jews in Williamsburg from suburbs to shtetl

Hasidic Jews in Williamsburg from suburbs to shtetl

Hasidic Jews in Williamsburg from suburbs to shtetl. Williamsburg Migration of Hasidic Jews. 1638: Dutch West India Company purchases area from Native Americans .

By kentaro
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Chapter Three

Chapter Three

Chapter Three. Planting Colonies in North America, 1588-1701. Part One. Introduction. Chapter Focus Questions. How did the planting of colonies by European nations compare? What characterized the English and Algonquian colonial encounter in the Chesapeake?

By studs
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Settling the Middle Colonies

Settling the Middle Colonies

Settling the Middle Colonies. Unit 3 Chapter 6 Lesson 1 Pages 224-230. Objectives. Identify the location of the Middle Colonies and the people who founded them. Describe how religion affected the founding of the colonies. Overview.

By placido
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The Trail Blazers

The Trail Blazers

The Trail Blazers. Villani. Mertens. Semder. Interligi. HOMEPAGE LOGO. "Changing Lifestyles for Centuries to Come". Native Americans in the Hudson River Valley. Agenda. Motto/Logo ( Villani / Semder ) Thesis (Group) Historical Background ( Villani ) Place ( Semder )

By donkor
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Religion and Worship in Colonial America

Religion and Worship in Colonial America

Religion and Worship in Colonial America. So Many Kinds!. We all know a little about the Puritan and Pilgrim religion, but did you know that in the colonies, there were also: Quakers Jews Congregationalists Baptists Presbyterians Dutch , German, and French Reformed Lutherans Mennonites

By nadalia
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New Encounters: The Creation of a World Market

New Encounters: The Creation of a World Market

New Encounters: The Creation of a World Market. An Age of Exploration and Expansion. Islam and the Spice Trade Muslim activity Malacca A New Player: Europe Nicolò, Maffeo, and Marco Polo, 1271 Economic motive Religious zeal

By lincoln
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The Dutch Republic: The Rise and Decline of a Golden Age, 1581-1715

The Dutch Republic: The Rise and Decline of a Golden Age, 1581-1715

The Dutch Republic: The Rise and Decline of a Golden Age, 1581-1715. Why did the Dutch choose a republic? Why a “golden age”? To what extent was the Dutch Republic “the most bourgeois of all of Europe?. Classicalmodelsofgovernment:. DemocracyRepublicAristocracyOligarchyMonarchy.

By sanford
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The Low Countries

The Low Countries

The Low Countries. Split from the Hapsburgs & Charles V in 1574 Fought over religious differences The Dutch became Calvinists & Lutheran Opposed to Religious Imagery – Iconoclastic Revolt Wanted churches stripped of Artistry Wanted churches to be Austere

By koko
(160 views)

Jeopardy!

Jeopardy!

APUSH. Jeopardy!. Begin. Colonial America I. Colonial America II. Colonial America III. Revolutionary War I. Revolutionary War II. Revolutionary War III. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300.

By kailey
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The Atlantic System and Africa

The Atlantic System and Africa

The Atlantic System and Africa. 1550–1800 . Plantations in the West Indies Colonization Before 1650 . Spanish settlers introduced sugar-cane cultivation into the West Indies shortly after 1500 The Spanish Settlers did not do much else toward the further development of the islands.

By camden
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Race, Personhood and Corporate Power

Race, Personhood and Corporate Power

Race, Personhood and Corporate Power. University of Akron Rethinking Race Series February 6, 2014 Greg Coleridge NE Ohio American Friends Service Committee. Premises. We don’t have a real democracy/republic We’ve never had a real democracy/republic

By shaw
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Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Chapter 6. The Middle Atlantic Colonies. Breadbasket colonies (1625-1700). While the Puritans were building settlements in New England, other settlers were establishing colonies to the south. This region included present-day New York, New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania

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Review – Test II

Review – Test II

Review – Test II. Protestant Reformation. Calvinism John Calvin Institutes of the Christian Faith Calvin’s Beliefs Total Depravity The Elect Predestination. The Society of Jesus Jesuits Ignatius of Loyola “ Soldiers for Christ” Diet of Augsburg Peace of Augsburg

By will
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Unit 1: European Settlement Standards 1 and 2

Unit 1: European Settlement Standards 1 and 2

Unit 1: European Settlement Standards 1 and 2. Mrs. McClary US History. Founding of Jamestown . 1606, 105 men and boys sailed to North America in hopes of establishing a colony.

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Review – Test II

Review – Test II

Review – Test II. Era of Religious Wars. England Edward VI of England Book of Common Prayer Jane Grey “The Nine Day Queen ” Mary I “ Bloody Mary” Catholicism Elizabeth I “ Elizabethan Settlement” Act of Supremacy – 1559 Protestantism & Nationalism Politique. Hapsburgs Division

By debbie
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Section 1: Spain’s Empire in the Americas

Section 1: Spain’s Empire in the Americas

Section 1: Spain’s Empire in the Americas. Throughout the 1500s and 1600s, the Spanish conquer Central and portions of North America. Spain’s Empire in the Americas The Spanish Claim a New Empire. Cortés Subdues the Aztec • Conquistadors (conquerors)—Spanish explorers, seek gold, silver

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