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Unit 3 The Fight for a Continent Lessons 1-6
1.To become like the people around you 2.A person or group that helps another for a common purpose 3.The cruel killing of many people 4.A struggle or disagreement 5.A relationship in which people or groups compete for the same thing 6.A written political agreement between two or more groups 7.A law 8.Something from the earth, such as wood or metal, that is changed so that people can use it A.ally B.rivalry C.massacre D.assimilate E.conflict F.raw material G.treaty H.act Vocabulary
The first European settlements in North America were: – St. Augustine (Spain) – Jamestown (England) – Quebec (France) – New Amsterdam (Netherlands) We’re #1!
“We need to protect our land claims and resources! What should we do?” asked the European. “I know what to do! We’ll build a…” FORT
“How will we learn to hunt?” asked the English settlers. WELCOME TO PLYMOUTH Home to the English Settlers My name is Squanto. I can teach you!
Some American Indians traded furs with the French and Dutch for A. medicine B. horses C. metal items D. the new iPhone 5s
The American Indians taught the European colonists how to use plants for medicine keep food from spoiling grow crops
King Philip’s War was fought between several _ ____ groups and the English Colonists in ______________. American Indian New England
What caused the Powhatan Wars? The Powhatans realized the ___ wanted their in Virginia. English colonists land
The massacre in a Pequot village was caused by A. The Spanish army B. English colonists and their American Indian allies C. French settlers D. The Iroquois
Which was the main goal of many treaties with the American Indians? A. To find better homes for them B. To remove them from their land C. To force their children to go to school D. To force them to assimilate
Where do these events fall on the timeline? Wounded Knee Massacre Trail of TearsSand Creek Massacre Treaty of Doak’s Stand
Why did a rivalry begin between the Lakota and the Ojibwa? They both wanted land in the Great ________ region. The __________ had the advantage because of the ________ they had received from Europeans. Lakes Ojibwa guns
What caused the Wars? The Beaver Wars were caused by the __________ and the __________tribes fighting for control of the _______ trade. Iroquois Huron fur
All in favor of the Indian Removal Act say, “AYE!” AYE Andrew JacksonJohn Ross John Marshall Sequoyah NEY
In 1838, U.S. troops forced the Cherokee to move west on what became known as the - n + l off - f - Sp + T Trail Of Tears
Raw Materials Most Valued SpainFrance England
Tell one way in which the treaties with the American Indians were NOT always fair. Many American Indians did not understand what they were signing because they did not __________ or ___________ English. speak read
The effect of the Lakota’s trading for European horses and weapons was that they became skilled _________ __________ and ____________. buffalohunters warriors
Who was Sequoyah and what did he do? Sequoyahwas a Cherokee Indian that developed an Sequoyah was a Cherokee Indian that developed an ALPHABET for the Cherokee language.
ESSAY (make it REALLY good) Between the founding of St. Augustine and the Trail of Tears, relationships between Europeans and the Native Americans varied. Give an example of how these two groups cooperated, a conflict between the two, and the overall relationship.