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TOPICAL ANALYSIS.

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TOPICAL ANALYSIS FOR SLATE AND BLACKBOARD

The figures refer to the numbered paragraphs.

FIRST PERIOD, — THE DISCOVERY AND NAMING OF AMERICA. (1000-1521.)

The Northmen.

2. Who were they?
2. Iceland.
2. Greenland.
2. “Leif the Lucky.
2. Vinland.
3. Results of the discovery of America by the Northmen.

Geographical knowledge.

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1. Ideas about the earth in 1436.
1. The “ Sea of Darkness."

Columbus.

1. Birth of Columbus.
3. Visits Iceland.
4. What he wished to do.
4. Marco Polo's book.
4. First motive or object of Columbus.
5. His second motive.
5. Trade with the Indies. (Venice, Genoa.)
6. Portuguese voyages. (Results.)
7. Plan of Columbus. (How far right, how far wrong.)
8. He seeks assistance.
9. He sails. (Vessels; Canary Islands; equipment for

the voyage.)
10. Incidents of the voyage. (Compass, crew, birds.)
11. Land! (The West Indies; the Indians.)
12. Return. (Letter of Columbus; division of the

world.) 13. Disappointment of Spain. 13. Death of Columbus. "(What he had accomplished.)

The Cabots.

14. John.
14. Sebastian.
14. Henry VII.'s note-book.
14. England's claim to America.

Origin of the
name America.

15. Amerigo Vespucci.
15. What happened in 1507.
15. Did Amerigo Vespucci deserve the honor be re-

ceived?

Discoveries concerning America.

16. What people thought of America.
16. Magellan.
16. How Europe felt about his discovery.
17. Summary of the section.

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SECOND PERIOD. — ATTEMPTS AT EXPLORING AND COLONIZING AMERICA.

(1513-1602.) Ponce de Leon. 18. Discovers and names Florida. Balboa.

19. Discovers the “South Sea.” (Cortez.) French

20. Francis I.; Cartier. explorations. New attempts of the

21. Narvaez; Cabeza de Vaca.

22. De Soto's expedition. Spaniards. The French

23. Jean Ribaut; Laudonnière. (Huguenots) 24. Menendez; St. Augustine. and the

25. De Gourgues. (Results of the struggle between the Spaniards.

French and the Spaniards.)

[ 26. Frobisher; Davis. English explo

27. Sir Humphrey Gilbert; Drake.

28. Sir Walter Raleigh's expedition. rations and 29. Raleigh's first colony. (The new root; the new attempts at

weed.) settlement.

30. Raleigh's second colony. (Croatoan.)
31. Results of the Spanish, French, and English at-

tempts up to 1600.
32. What America was found to be. (Climate, soil,

crops; healthfulness; superiority to Europe.) 33. The Indian population. 34. Personal appearance of the Indians. (The scalp

lock.) 35. How they lived. (The four chief families or tribes;

note 1,)

36. Their work. (The moccasin; the snow-shoe; the America and

canoe.) the Indians. 37. Government of tribes; “wampum.” 38. Social condition; customs;

totems." 39. Religion; character. 40. Self-control; torture; respect for courage. (General

Stark.) 41. The Indian and the white man; what the Indian

taught the white man. 42. Influence of the Indians on the early history of the

country. (The Iroquois; the Indian wars.)

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Effects of the
discovery of
America on
Europe.

43. (1) Geographical knowledge.
43. (2) Spain, Portugal, France, and England.
43. (3) The precious metals.
43. (4) Trade and navigation.
43. (5) New products.
43. (6) Sugar, cotton, rice, coffee.
43. (7) Effects on men's minds. (Opportunity.)
44. Summary of the section. (Spaniards, French, Eng.

lish.)

THIRD PERIOD.

The English
and the French
establish
permanent
colonies.
I. Virginia
(1607).

- PERMANENT ENGLISH AND FRENCH SETTLEMENTS.

(1602-1763.) 45. Opening of the 17th century; Gosnold. 46. England's need of America; the king grants a char

ter to settle Virginia. (Articles of the charter;

instructions.) 47. The London Company; Captain John Smith. 48. Jamestown; condition of the colonists. 49. Their sufferings; search for the Pacific; Pocahontas. 50. Gold! The French in Canada; what the colony

owed Smith; Jamestown abandoned. 51. Lord Delaware; the new charter; Governor Dale;

the great reform. (Gift of land.) 52. Cultivation of tobacco. (Four effects.) 53. Virginia becomes practically self-governing. (The

House of Burgesses; wives.) 54. Negro slaves; white “ apprentices.” 54. What settlements were made at the North. 55. Virginia loses her charter; Governor Berkeley; Puri

tans and Cavaliers. 56. Berkeley restored to power; the Navigation Laws;

the king gives away Virginia. (Other English

colonies.) 57. Condition of the Virginia coloņists; the Bacon re

bellion. (Results.) 58. Summary of the Virginia colony. 59. Henry Hudson. 60. The Indians. 61. The Dutch take possession of New Nctherland; the

English and the French. 62. Purchase of Manhattan Island. 63. The Patroons. (Van Rensselaer.) 64. Peter Stuyvesant; New Amsterdam. (The English

claim the country; they seize it.) 65. Summary of New Netherland or New York. 66. Dutch claim; English claim. 66. English get possession. (Name New Jersey.) 67. The Friends or Quakers. (Treaty with the Indians;

government of the colony.) 68. Summary of New Jersey.

The Dutch
settle New
Netherland.
II. New York
(1614).

III. New
Jersey (1617).

IV. Massachu-
setts (Ply-
mouth Colony,
1620)

69. Religious liberty in England. (Catholics, Puritans,

Separatists.)
70. Emigration; the Separatists.
71. Why the Separatists or Pilgrims resolved to leave

Holland for America.
72. Where they intended to settle; how they got as-

sistance.
73. The Pilgrims sail; Myles Standish.
74. Cape Cod; the compact.
75. Exploring the coast; Plymouth Rock. (The first

winter.)
76. Governor Bradford; town-meeting; Indians.
77. The Pilgrims buy out the English Company. (Growth

of the colony; what made the Pilgrims great.)

IV. Massachu-
setts (Massa-
chusetts Bay
Colony, 1630)

78. Salem; Governor Endicott; religious toleration.

(Love of England and love of America.)
79. Governor Winthrop; Boston. (Emigration to New

England.)
80. Government of Massachusetts; occupations of the

people.
81. Banishment of Roger Williams; of Mrs. Hutchinson;

Williams and the Indians.
82. Public schools; Harvard University; Rev. John

Eliot.
83. The New England Confederacy; object; results.
84. The coming of the Friends or Quakers.
85. Why it excited alarm. (What the Friends refused

to do.)
86. Effect of persecution on the Friends.
87. What Massachusetts did; what the king did.
88. King Philip's War. (Eliot's Indians; result of the

war.)
89. The Salem witchcraft.
90. Massachusetts loses her charter; Andros; the new

charter.
91. Summary of Plymouth and of Massachusetts Bay

colonies.

V. New Hamp-
shire (1623)

| 92. Grant to Gorges and Mason; first settlements.
93. Division of the territory; Exeter.
94. Londonderry; union of New Hampshire with Mas-

sachusetts. (Voting; New Hampshire a royal

province.)
95. Summary of New Hampshire.

VI. Connecticut
(1634).

96. Emigration to the valley of the Connecticut; Hook-

er's colony.
97. The Pequot War.
98. The Connecticut constitution. (Of what it was the

parent.)

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(Connecticut

continued.)

VII. Maryland
(1634)

VIII. Rhode
Island (1636).

IX. New
Sweden, or Del-
aware (1638).

99. The New Haven colony; Scripture laws.
100. The Regicides; Davenport's sermon; Andros and

the Connecticut charter.
101. Summary of Connecticut.
102. The Catholic Pilgrims; Lord Baltimore; Maryland.
103. St. Mary's; the wigwam church.
104. Government of the colony; religious freedom.
105. Clayborne and Ingle; what the English commis-

sioners did; how the Assembly or Legislature

treated Lord Baltimore.
106. Lord Baltimore restored to his rights; Maryland

loses her charter.
107. Establishment of the Church of England; Mary-

land restored to Lord Baltimore; Mason and

Dixon's Line.
108. Summary of Maryland.
109. Roger Williams; Providence.
110. Liberty of conscience. (The Constitution of the

United States.)
111. Settlement of the island of Rhode Island; the char-

ter. (Rhode Island and the Revolution.)
112. Summary of Rhode Island.
113. The Swedes plant a colony; the Dutch.
114. The English seize the country. (William Penn;

the “Territories ”; the National Constitution.)
115. Summary of Delaware.
116. Grant of Carolina; first settlements.
117. Charleston; the Huguenots.
118. The “Grand Model”; division of the territory into

North and South Carolina.
119. Growth of the two colonies; rice; indigo; Charles-

ton in 1773.
120. Summary of Carolina.
121. William Penn; Pennsylvania; the “Holy Experi-

ment."
122. The first emigrants; Philadelphia; Penn at New.

castle.
123. The “Great Law.”
124. The Great Treaty; importance of Philadelphia.
125. Summary of Pennsylvania.
126. Oglethorpe. (His two objects in establishing a

colony.)
127. Georgia; Savannah; silk culture.
128. Five restrictions on the colony. (Results.)
129. The Wesleys; Whitefield; removal of the restric-

tions; the Spaniards; Georgia in 1752; natural

resources of Georgia.
130. Summary of Georgia.

X., XI. Caro-
lina (1663)

XII. Pennsyl-
vania (1681).

XIII. Georgia
(1733).

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