Prior to the arrival of Europeans, the Iroquois developed a confederation to: control violence that may have occurred over territory conflicts. Question 2
The religious dissatisfaction, that ultimately played a factor in the colonization of the New World by "Separatists," began in 1517 when which of the following men publically protested the Catholic Church? Martin Luther Question 3
Refer to the map entitled "Indian Groups in the Areas of First Contact (Map 1.4)" in your textbook. Which of the following groups was not considered a group of the Southwest? Natchez Question 4
Which is NOT viewed as a result of the fur trade? Answer An increase in the number of African slaves …show more content…
Due to this exploration came France’s imperial claim to lands of Canada and gave them geographic advantage over other colonial powers (Faragher, Buhle, Czitrom, & Armitage, 2009, p. 38).
Lastly, the goal of the English was simple, they wanted to settle and “live in harmony with the natives” (Faragher, Buhle, Czitrom, & Armitage, 2009, p. 26). Their characteristic seemed to be patient due to the numerous times they tried to colonize. In addition, they created “the first mixed community of English and Indians in North America” and was the “template for New World colonization” (Faragher, Buhle, Czitrom, & Armitage, 2009, p. 26).
Faragher, J, Buhle, M., Czitrom, D., & Armitage, S. (2009). Out of Many (5th ed., Vol. 1, pp. 26-44). Boston, MA: Pearson Education. Inc.
Question 17 Explain the “Asian Migration Hypothesis” as detailed in the text. According to this theory, how did natives gradually spread over the continent in subsequent migrations?
According to the text, the “Asian Migration Hypothesis” is well known today. This hypothesis was first proposed by Joseph de Acosta, a Spanish Jesuit missionary. It was suggested that migrants left Asia going to North America some 30,000 years ago. This was based on the “analysis of the genetic drift of Siberian and American Indian populations. It was believed that North American and Asia were connected by what geologist call Beringa. The hypothesis is that around 13,000 BCE