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Unit 3
The Fight for a
Continent
Lessons 1-6
Vocabulary
1. To become like the people around you
A. ally
2. A person or group that helps another for a
common purpose
B. rivalry
3. The cruel killing of many people
4. A struggle or disagreement
5. A relationship in which people or groups compete
for the same thing
C. massacre
D. assimilate
E. conflict
F. raw material
6. A written political agreement between two or
more groups
G. treaty
7. A law
H. act
8. Something from the earth , such as wood or metal,
that is changed so that people can use it
The first European settlements in
North America were:
We’re #1!
1.
2.
3.
4.
1565
1607
1608
1624
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St. Augustine (Spain)
Jamestown (England)
Quebec (France)
New Amsterdam (Netherlands)
“We need to protect our land claims and
resources! What should we do?” asked the
European.
“I know what to do! We’ll build a…”
FORT
“How will we learn to hunt?”
asked the English settlers.
My name is
Squanto. I can
teach you!
WELCOME TO
PLYMOUTH
Home to the English Settlers
Some American Indians traded furs with
the French and Dutch for
A.
B.
C.
D.
medicine
horses
metal items
the new iPhone 5s
The American Indians taught the
European colonists how to
grow crops
use plants for medicine
keep food from spoiling
King Philip’s War was fought between
Indian
several American _ ____
groups and the English Colonists in
New England
______________.
What caused the Powhatan Wars?
English colonists
The Powhatans realized the ___
wanted their land in Virginia.
The massacre in a Pequot village was
caused by
A.
B.
C.
D.
The Spanish army
English colonists and their American Indian
allies
French settlers
The Iroquois
Which was the main goal of many treaties
with the American Indians?
A.
B.
C.
D.
To
To
To
To
find better homes for them
remove them from their land
force their children to go to school
force them to assimilate
Where do these events fall on the
timeline?.
1830
1820
1890
1864
Wounded Knee Massacre
Treaty of Doak’s Stand
Trail of Tears
Sand Creek Massacre
Why did a rivalry begin between the Lakota and the
Ojibwa?
Lakes
They both wanted land in the Great ________
Ojibwa had the advantage
region. The __________
guns
because of the ________
they had received from
Europeans.
What caused the
Wars?
The Beaver Wars were caused by the
Huron
__________
fighting
Iroquois and the __________tribes
fur trade.
for control of the _______
All in favor of the Indian Removal Act
say, “AYE!”
AYE
Andrew Jackson
NEY
John Ross
John Marshall
Sequoyah
In 1838, U.S. troops forced the Cherokee
to move west on what became known as
the
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off - f
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l
Trail
Of
Sp + T
Tears
Raw Materials Most Valued
Spain
France
England
Tell one way in which the treaties with the
American Indians were NOT always fair.
Many American Indians did not
understand what they were signing
because they did not __________
or
speak
read
___________
English.
The effect of the Lakota’s trading
for European horses and
weapons was that they became
skilled _________
buffalo __________
hunters
warriors
and ____________.
Who was Sequoyah
and what did he do?
Sequoyah was a Cherokee Indian
that developed an
ALPHABET
for the Cherokee language.
ESSAY
(make it REALLY good)
Between the founding of St. Augustine and the
Trail of Tears, relationships between Europeans and
the Native Americans varied. Give an example of
how these two groups cooperated, a conflict
between the two, and the overall relationship.

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