Journal 1/11 Why did Europeans come to the Americas originally? What did they want/were they looking for? How did the English (the people who settled the 13 Original Colonies…) treat the Native Americans?
New France The French in North America
Why colonize? • Spanish were________ in: • Abundant___________ • Available_____ • Jacques Cartier • French________ • Discovers the: claimed eastern________: • ________missionaries follow
The Fur Trade • Economically the French sought: • ____ _______allies help France: • Help in____________ • Help French: • Samuel de Champlain: • ________ becomes the: • Population grows_____
History of Quebec • Where do scientists believe Native Americans come from originally? • What caused the Native Americans to finally migrate into Canada? Click here for answers to the next four questions • What hardships did the French settlers face in Canada? • How did they overcome these hardships? • Why did Champlain help the Huron? • What is the outcome of this battle?
French and Indian War The End of New France
France controls much of the: Relations with Native Americans: Formed _______ Intermarried Start to clash with the _________over fur trade French/ Indian relations
____ Years War in Europe (1754-1763) Between ______& their NA allies and _________ & their NA allies French see early ___________ War Starts
Iroquois League ________b/f the English colonized See the French as enemies b/c: English colonies: Virginia had more ______than ALL: England’s Advantages
Ends the war (1763) French surrender Give up all land east of _________ Give up_________ British give________ to the ________ The Treaty of Paris
Creole vs. Cajun My mistake… Louisiana Creole: The children of French settlers in Louisiana. They were the first generation born in the US. Cajun: Descendants of Acadian exiles forced out of Acadia (modern day Nova Scotia) after the French and Indian War
Slight change in project topic Bretta and Callie You are now researching the Cajuns. Andrea and Hannah you are now researching Creole culture.
Journal 1/23 Why is native language so important to the survival of culture, heritage and ethnicity? What are the dangers to a culture that loses its language?
Loss and Gain… …How the Cajuns Got Their Culture Back
Social Hierarchy • When________ arrived in: • Many try: • Others remain: • Cajuns avoid_________b/c: • Cajuns lived • In: on small_____ • With other minority groups like:
Civil War and Change • Few_______volunteer for: • In 1862 the CSA: • Many Cajuns: • Cajuns_________Union troops in the______ • Union_______the South • LA gov’t treats Cajuns____ b/c: • Civil War leaves Cajuns:
Reemerging Culture • After the war Cajuns • Got_____-_____jobs • Lived among: • Distinct, modern: • Some_________Cajuns moved to cities • Advocated for________ • Pushed to_________and _______Cajun culture
The Taino People of Hispaniola Before First Contact
A Day in the Life… • Lived in Hispaniola: • Taino, part of the Arawak: were ________(men) and ______(women) • Hierarchical society • ______include: • Commoners: • Generally_________
Culture • Matrilineal; inheritance is passed on through: • Women could be: • Could also: • Lived in_______ similar to the: • Played various______ games. Sometimes the players included______
Religion • Priests were at the top: • Polytheistic: • Atabey is a main___: • Yucahu is the____: • Gods play a role in: • Built statues: • Tainos modified their bodies: • Belief in two:
Journal 2/11 What was Haiti like in the years before the revolution? Why did the second phase of the revolution start? What was the outcome? Why is this rev so important today?
Journal 2/15 What are three basic things you learned about Voodoo? What are some common misconceptions about Voodoo? Where, according to the author, do these come from?
Over view • No official • Sacred_________ • Founder • Central: • Hougan and Manbo: • Can____ppl • Tell the______ • Give_______ • In the Americas, Voodoo:
Belief • Bondye: • Loa are spirits: • Voodooists create: • Dualism: • Life and Death: • Humans: • Light and dark____: • During worship people are often:
Journal 2/25 Is there ever a good reason to fight a war? What are those reasons; explain. If you think there is never a good reason tell me why. Why do people fight wars? Why are these reasons not good enough for you?
Early Beliefs • Came out of the: • Initially follow: • Salvation thru: • Church hierarchy does not: • People can interpret___ • Open criticism of the ______ _____lead to early persecution in France
French Wars of Religion • 1559; new king and queen in France: • Mary Queen of Scotts is ______and very______ • Encourages persecution of: • The: started with the Massacre at Vassey • ______attack_______ • # of deaths _________
St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre • 1572; new______and ______. • King Henry IV was a_______ • His wedding brings: • Leader of the Hug. military: • Hugs. organize and__________ become_____ • _______murder _________in Paris • Henry IV is spared when he: • Edict of Nantes:
Expulsion of the Huguenots • In 1685 Louis XIV: • Protestantism becomes________ • 200,000 Huguenots: • Hugs flee France; many go: but some make it to: • South_____ • British colonies b/c: • Carolinas • Virginia • New York
Up for Grabs • Guianas were an area that is now: • 1643______est Cayenne. Quickly: • Hostile________ • Portuguese: • British: • Regain in 1763 after:
Settlement • Louis XV sends colonists: • Promised______ • Found: • Lived for 1½ years b/f: • French stop: • Colonists in FG migrate to 3_______known as:
A Penal Colony? • One of the islands is known as Ile du Diable or: • 1790s political prisoners are: and the French penal colony is__________ • Controversy • 1) • 2) • 3)
France and modern War
Journal 3/25 1) Who were the three great European powers of the 18th century? 2) How did the Napoleonic Wars create tension btw France and the German States? 3) Why did Bismarck want war w/ France? 4) Name three advantages the Prussians had over the French.
Before the Franco-Prussian War • Since Napoleon, France: • _______strength • _______ • 1850; Otto von Bismarck • Prussian_______ • Wants: • Forms: • Places a_______on: this makes:
Franco-Prussian War (1870) • Tensions between______ and_______are high • France declares: • France will______this war • Effects of the lose • ________-________ seceded to_________ • Isolated_________in Western Europe