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Europeans Establish Colonies (1492-1752)

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Brittney Badalucco

on 10 September 2014

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Transcript of Europeans Establish Colonies (1492-1752)

How was North America impacted by European Colonists?
Do Now: How was Africa impacted by Europeans Colonists?
Textbook Work: With a partner, answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper.
Pages 41-42
1. Why did the economy of the French colonies in the Americas depend on a good relationship with Native Americans?

French-Indian Relations
2. How did trade and warfare with France affect the Iroquois and other Native American nations?
French-Indian Relations
Jamestown Overcomes Hardship:
Answer the following questions with a partner after watching the following videos:
1. Could Jamestown have survived without John Smith’s leadership?2. What were the advantages and disadvantages of living in a small colony?
With a partner, answer the following questions
(pages 45-47)
1. What geographic features allowed Jamestown to survive?
2. What economic conditions allowed Jamestown to survive?
3. What was the House of Burgesses?
Group Discussion: How is the House of Burgesses similar to our government?
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