Thursday, March 7, 2019

Professional Competence Presentation

University of Phoenix Material North American Colonies see Part 1 Native American Resources Access and review the archeozoic Native Peoples interactive map link available through the HIS one hundred ten pic page. Study the map identifying the areaal distribution of Native Americans (also located in Ch. 1). Using the grid, identify the seven regions. Then indicate how for each one of the autochthonal tribes within the regions supported themselves prior to the arrival of European civilizations. Region normal Basis of Subsistence Artic Fished and hunted seals. Northern Forests Big game hunters. Pacific north-west Salmon fishing. Far West Fishing, hunting small game, and gathering. confederationwest gardening and trading. Plains Farming and hunting. Wood the three estatess Farming, hunting, gathering, and fishing. 0. 2 Part 2 Contributions GridComplete the Contributions Grid by describing the contributions of the terzetto pigeonholings of heaps, Native Americans, Euro peans, and Africans, to the creation of the British North American Colonies. List the aspects of each of these peoplesNative Americans, Europeans, and Africansthat contributed to the develop handst of the British Colonies. NATIVE AMERICANS EUROPEAN AFRICANS Economic Fishing, gathering, farming, and hunting. Created goods which they either sold or Trade with the Mediterranean humanity Structure traded. ivory, favorable and slaves. Economies based on resources of the lands they inhabited farming and hunting etc.. Political Tribes had chiefs and the chiefs had change nation-states. With the North Ghana and Mali Empire. Structure advisors. monarchs and their courts as the ultimateSouth A village system that was very law of the land. family orientated. Both men and women train leaders of their own sex to handle their grammatical gender affairs. Social establishment Woman had a big part of the social A fall apart system. There were the rich, not Maternal families traced through structure. They had big roles in their so rich and poor. Male gender dominated. mothers side. Jobs were separated families too. virtually of the jobs and duties through gender lines. Women were dominant that were needed to effectively run the in trading in farming, while men hunted tribes were allocated along gender lines. and fished. Women took care of the children. Cultural Values Their culture was centered around the For the most(prenominal) part their cultural values Ancestor worship and very gender related tribes and the natural world which they came from the bible and Christianity. values. Women were almost equal with men in habited. in many things they were superior. Religion Their religions were derived from the Different denominations of Christianity. Islam and various tribal faiths. natural world around them. They had many gods which represented elements of the natural world in which the different tribes lives. Part 3 North American Colonies chemical reaction Using the Readings found on the pic page, prepare a 350- to 700-word response in which you compare and contrast the early British North American colonies for example, the Virginia addiction and the Massachu sort outts embayment colony in terms of their goals, government, social structure, and religion. In your response be sure to address the ways in which they were confusable and different, and why. Be sure to properly cite any references.The most momentous differences amidst the British colonies in North America lay between the ones in New England and those in the southeastward. The colonies of New England were mainly founded by side people escaping spiritual persecution in England. While, the colonies in the south were founded mainly for fiscal gain, though some of the New England colonies were stuck out at offset for the homogeneous reasons. For example, the colony that would soon become Pennsylva nia started out as an try out to make money by selling land parcels to refuges of English religious persecution and others. In the south he colony that would become Virginia started as a corporate venture by the London Company. The proprietors of this company hoped that if they financed a group (and later groups) of people to come to the new world and set up shop that they would make financial gains off the gold they would find (they were convince there was gold, because of the success the Spanish had in pursuing it in South America). There were some colonies in New England that were founded solely on the land of creating the perfect Christian communities by different denominations of the Protestant and Puritan faiths. Among hese were the settlers of Plymouth Rock. Roger Williams and his pursuit founded Rhode Island in an attempt to get away (for Roger it was because he had been banished from the Massachusetts Bay colony), from religious persecution in the New World by the same people who fled England in attempt to get away from the same. In the south, colonies were mainly set up as corporate ventures as I stated earlier. The first colony of Jamestown was there for gold and other precious goods. While, Maryland and the Carolina colonies were created as an attempt for their proprietors to get rich on land schemes and by fetching ortions of the settlers goods i. e. crops and such(prenominal) that they farmed. In terms of goods between the two colonial arenas the southerly colonies made good in growing tobacco mainly, while, the northern colonies grew crops such as beans, pumpkins and corn. They both at fur trades, but of the two nevertheless the New England colonies did not birth as much trouble with the natives. gray colonies battled the natives for years over the settlers misdemeanor of more and more of their lands among other things. While, in the New England colonies they did not have as much problems with the Indians.Two factors contribute to this 1) By the time settlers reached the New England area many of the natives had already been wiped out by earlier explorers diseases. Small Pox among others created deadly plagues in these areas destroyed much of the community prior to their arrival and in the settlers early years there. Since the natives were eventually outnumbered by the settlers, the Indians in this area were way more compromising and in the most part just sold their land off and left. 2) The settlers who came to the New England region were much more respectful of the Indians han their counterparts in the south. For the most part, they started with the idea that the land belonged to the natives, so they would buy or trade for their lands instead of pushing the Indians off like in the south. The majority of settlers in both the New England colonies and those of the south were Christians. They varied in denomination somewhat, but in most colonies charters were created allowing the exemption of worship to all. Southe rn and New England colonies had governors or proprietors who were the final word in all issues, but the governors were voted in and most areas had representative assemblies.

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