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What was the impact of the Powhatan Uprising?
Virginia soon became a royal colony, supporting the English view of American Indians as savages having no real claim to the land.
What was the impact of King Philip's War?
The Wampanoag population was nearly eliminated, and Southern New England was opened to English settlement, though the costs of the war were felt for decades.
What was the impact of Bacon's Rebellion?
Revolt was unsuccessful in the end, but Virginia elite made some concessions to prevent another violent revolt.
What was the impact of the Pueblo Revolt?
Temporarily drove Spanish colonists out of the area, destroying a century of settlement and representing the most successful American Indian revolt against European colonization.
What was the impact of the Stono Rebellion?
Increased fear of slave rebellion led to laws restricting the behavior of slaves, limiting the ability of slave owners to free slaves and penalizing slave owners' use of harsh punishments.
Enslaved Africans, most from Kongo, rebel against slavery in South Carolina by seizing weapons, destroying buildings, and killing whites as they head toward Spanish Florida.
A growing English colony reveals the intent of permanent settlement, threatening Powhatan dominance
King Philip's War
Disputes between the colonists in New England and the Wampanoag Indians
Government corruption and conflict with American Indians on the frontier leads planter Nathaniel Bacon to organize revolt against Virginia governor, who flees.
Indians in the Southwest, frustrated with Spanish treatment and led by Popé, attack Spanish settlements.
What long-term effect of the Virginia Company led to conflict with American Indians?
After several years of trade and assistance from the Powhatan, it was the latter's recognition that the English intended to expand and make permanent their settlement that led to conflict.
This pamphlet most directly reflects which of the following goals for England in North America?
The Virginia Company sought to establish permanent settlements in North America that would enrich England through cash crop production.
How does the pamphlet reflect a different main motivation for settlement in Virginia than the one that drove settlers to Plymouth?
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