Puritans and Pilgrims.
New England was settled by English Puritans. Hence the name New England.
Indentured servitude is when there is a contract between two parties saying that one party agrees to work for a defined amount of years, usually 3-7 years, in exchange for clothing, food, shelter, and other essentials instead of money. Was a way for poor people to come to America because would agree to do labor in exchange for travel costs and food/clothes/home.
ocean route to Asia
To make money for the company
He explored what is now Southern Quebec and little parts of southeastern Ontario
the columbian exchange
more money for the Virginia company---apex
primARY SOURCES. apex:)
They believed that he and his men were gods, sent from heaven.
A need for labor was caused by the quick growth of tobacco farming in Jamestown.
By helping supply the Europeans with the slave trade, the rulers of certain African states were able to increase their power by acquiring more slaves for themselves.
The slave trade also transformed the existing states and societies in Africa. As states sought to expand at the expense of their neighbors, instability and warfare came about. The military became important. The slave trade became an extension of African politics. African governments in the enslaving societies became more centralized while the those who bore the brunt of the slaving attacks became anti authoritarian.
There was also a shift in the locus of power. Before the Europeans, the powerful African states were those that were in central Africa and could influence the trans-Saharan trade routes. Once the Europeans arrived, the power shifted to those states which were closer to the coast.
Once the servant worked for the full length of their contract.
Things once unknown now seem like they have always been a part of many cultures.
Answer this q Sir Edwin Sandys' plan for getting more labor to Jamestown included attracting women to the colony, promoting indentured servitude, and:
They thought there was gold.
Which of these was a result of the Colombian Exchange