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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.)
2. Who were they?
1. Ideas about the earth in 1436.
1. Birth of Columbus.
world.) 13. Disappointment of Spain. 13. Death of Columbus. "(What he had accomplished.)
Origin of the
15. Amerigo Vespucci.
Discoveries concerning America.
16. What people thought of America.
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
30. Raleigh's second colony. (Croatoan.)
tempts up to 1600.
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;
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.)
Effects of the
43. (1) Geographical knowledge.
- 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.
69. Religious liberty in England. (Catholics, Puritans,
Holland for America.
of the colony; what made the Pilgrims great.)
78. Salem; Governor Endicott; religious toleration.
(Love of England and love of America.)
Williams and the Indians.
V. New Hamp-
| 92. Grant to Gorges and Mason; first settlements.
sachusetts. (Voting; New Hampshire a royal
96. Emigration to the valley of the Connecticut; Hook-
99. The New Haven colony; Scripture laws.
the Connecticut charter.
sioners did; how the Assembly or Legislature
treated Lord Baltimore.
loses her charter.
land restored to Lord Baltimore; Mason and
ter. (Rhode Island and the Revolution.)
the “Territories ”; the National Constitution.)
North and South Carolina.
ton in 1773.
tions; the Spaniards; Georgia in 1752; natural
resources of Georgia.
X., XI. Caro-