James A. Henretta
Rebecca Edwards
Robert O. Self
America’s History
Seventh Edition
CHAPTER 2
The Invasion and Settlement of North America
1550-1700
Copyright © 2011 by Bedford/St. Martin’s
I. Rival Imperial Models: Spain,
France, and Holland
A. New Spain: Colonization and Conversion
1. Franciscan Missions and Indian Revolts
2. Popé and the Pueblo Revolt of 1680
I. Rival Imperial Models: Spain,
France, and Holland
B. New France: Fur Traders and Missionaries
1. The Rise of the Iroquois
2. The Jesuit Missions
I. Rival Imperial Models: Spain,
France, and Holland
C. New Netherland: Commerce
1. Hudson River Settlement
2. England Invades
II. The English Arrive in the Chesapeake
A. Settling the Tobacco Colonies
1. The Jamestown Settlement
2. The Indian Revolt of 1622
3. Lord Baltimore Settles Catholics in Maryland
II. The English Arrive in the Chesapeake
B. Masters, Servants, and Slaves
1. Indentured Servants
2. African Laborers
II. The English Arrive in the Chesapeake
C. Bacon’s Rebellion
1. The Seeds of Social Revolt
2. Indians and Frontiersmen
3. Nathaniel Bacon, Rebel Leader
III. Puritan New England
A. The Puritan Migration
1. The Pilgrims
2. John Winthrop and Massachusetts Bay
3. Roger Williams and Rhode Island
4. Anne Hutchinson
5. The Puritan Revolution in England
III. Puritan New England
B. Puritanism and Witchcraft
1. Supernatural Forces
2. Salem 1692
C. A Yeoman Society, 1630-1700
1. Proprietors
IV. The Eastern Indians’ New World
A. Puritans and Pequots
1. Praying Towns
B. Metacom’s War of 1675-1676
1. Metacom
2. Losses and Bloodshed
IV. The Eastern Indians’ New World
C. The Destructive Impact of the Fur Trade
1. Consequences
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