Pre-Columbian America, Age of Discovery, and Colonial America

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Pre-Columbian America and the Age of Discovery:

How did early humans get to what is now North, Central, and South America? The Three Sisters, Tenochtitlan. For what major reasons did the 'Age of Discovery' take place in the 15th century? Maya, Aztec (Mexica), Inca, Animism, Christopher Columbus, Ferdinand Magellan, Conquistadors. What factors increased the Conquistador's success in 'conquering' early civilizations? The 3 G's, La Maliche. How were the English Different? Roanoke - settler demographics.

- What happened? Sir Walter Raleigh, Virginia Dare, John White. Which European nation had the worst reputation for their treatment of the Indigenous populations of Central and South America? Impact of other European colonization in the Americas (countries other than England and Spain).

The Colonies:

Jamestown, John Smith, Pocahontas, John Rolfe, tobacco, Powhatan and Opechancanough.

'Headright' System, Plymouth, Pilgrims, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Puritans, Anne Hutchinson, Georgia, Oglethorpe. Why is Georgia different? Bacon's Rebellion, Maryland, Lord Baltimore, Edict of Toleration, Pennsylvania, Quakers, The 13 English Colonies, King Philip, The Restoration Colonies, Rules for being a colonist in Georgia.

Inside Colonial America:

Indentured Servitude, The Middle Passage.

Triangle of Trade, Slave Codes, Puritan Society, Stono Rebellion, Life Expectancies for colonial regions, Basis of slavery in the English colonies in the U.S.

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