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Discovering Alabama Chapter 2. Discovering Alabama Chapter 2 Vocabulary. Immunity Bartered Cartographer Palisade Strategic Position Mission Garrison Oral Traditions. Discovering Alabama Chapter 2 Vocabulary. • Immunity- resistance to disease. Discovering Alabama Chapter 2 Vocabulary.
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Finding Alabama Chapter 2

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Discovering Alabama Chapter 2 Vocabulary Immunity Bartered Cartographer Palisade Strategic Position Mission Garrison Oral Traditions

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Discovering Alabama Chapter 2 Vocabulary • Immunity-imperviousness to malady

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Discovering Alabama Chapter 2 Vocabulary • Bartered-exchanged merchandise

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Discovering Alabama Chapter 2 Vocabulary • Cartographer-delineate

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Discovering Alabama Chapter 2 Vocabulary • Palisade-high divider around a town

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Discovering Alabama Chapter 2 Vocabulary • Strategic position-put valuable for a procedure

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Discovering Alabama Chapter 2 Vocabulary • Mission-station or home office

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Discovering Alabama Chapter 2 Vocabulary • Garrison-put where fighters are positioned with the end goal of protecting it

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Discovering Alabama Chapter 2 Vocabulary •Oral customs social stories and stories

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Discovering Alabama

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Discovering Alabama Think About It: We have recently found out about the ancient Indians that lived in our general vicinity numerous years back. Check out the room… Notice that there aren\'t numerous Native American understudies in your classroom. On the off chance that the Native Americans were the main tenants around there, then why aren\'t we as a whole Native Americans? Turn and Talk to your gathering individuals about your reasoning. Address: What forecasts would you be able to make about the following occasions that happened in Alabama\'s History?

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Chapter 2 Discovering Alabama Many societies have affected Alabama!

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Discovering Alabama *The New World was found more than once! • The Norsemen (Vikings) achieved Newfoundland in around 1000AD

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Discovering Alabama *The New World was found more than once! •Columbus arrived in the Western Hemisphere in 1492. He didn\'t know he found another world. He thought he had found an approach to Asia.

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Discovering Alabama *The New World was found more than once! •In 1499, Amerigo Vespucci (Italian pilot) achieved the northern bank of South America. A cartographer (mapmaker) named North and South America in his respect.

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The Spanish • 1519-Alonzo de Pineda entered Mobile Bay with 4 ships. He saw Indian towns and a profound waterway streaming into the cove. ( M obile Bay) His report was the 1 st composed record of the Alabama drift. •1528-Panfilo de Narvaez set sail for Florida with 600 men. Subsequent to losing a few ships in a sea tempest, his sent alternate boats to investigate Florida\'s drift. They stayed away forever. •He met unfriendly Indians and one of his men, Juan Ortiz, was caught. Ortiz lived with the Indians for a long time. •Narvaez then entered Mobile Bay and met a few boss. 2 of his men ran with the Indians to get water and stayed away forever.

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The Spanish • Hernando de Soto traversed Alabama. • The Spanish went to the New World searching for riches (gold and silver) History starts with composed records, and Alabama\'s recorded history starts with Spanish diaries.

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The Spanish in Alabama Spanish entered Al. amid the late Mississippian time frame. The Spanish were not kind to the Indians-they made them convey supplies, tormented them, stole their corn, and constrained the ladies to be their hirelings. The Indians were alarmed by the Spanish stallions, swords, and covering.

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3 Cultures in Alabama Europeans and Africans got 2 new societies to the Alabama Indian culture. This was the start of the merging of Indian, European and African societies.

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Ch2 Lesson 1 Review Questions When did Columbus find the New World? Who was Amerigo Vespucci? Why did the Spanish go to the New World?

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Ch2 Lesson Review Questions ANSWERS Columbus found the New World in 1492. Amerigo Vespucci was an Italian guide that North and South America was named after. The Spanish go to the New World looking for riches (gold and silver).

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3 - 2 - 1 Activity Think about what you have realized in today\'s lesson. On a sheet of paper, compose 3 points of interest you gained from this lesson. Next, compose 2 associations you made with the (content/content, content/self, content/world). Compose 1 address regardless you have concerning today\'s point.

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Discovering Alabama Chapter 2 Lesson 2

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Hernando de Soto

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Hernando de Soto • Spanish legislative leader of Cuba • 1539-He arrived close Tampa, Florida with 600 men and 213 steeds. • He protected Juan Ortiz from the Indians. Ortiz got to be de Soto\'s translator since he could speak Indian dialects. • De Soto took after Indian ways from town to town searching for gold and silver. Just discovered crisp water pearls while heading out to Georgia and South Carolina. • 1540-crossed northwest GA. Into AL. in a southwestern heading and took after the Coosa stream south. • De Soto moved into a town called Talisi and got a message from Chief Tuskaloosa . They met the central when they entered Atahachi . He was a tall, well manufactured man. • De Soto requested nourishment and men to convey supplies. Boss Tuskaloosa said no, so deSoto kidnapped him. Boss Tuskaloosa said that he would give him sustenance and men yet they needed to go to Maubila (his town) to get it.

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MAUBILA Tuskaloosa was big to the point that the stallion looked little. When they achieved Maubila , he went inside a house and declined to turn out. The Indians started moving and singing boisterously, then assaulted the Spanish. The bolts were no match for the knitted articles of clothing and metal reinforcement of the Spanish. Numerous Indians kicked the bucket. The Battle of Maubila is accepted to be the biggest fight in North America amongst Indians and Europeans. De Soto may have won the fight, yet he lost 42 men, 7 stallions, and the pearls he found. The Spanish continued investigating and discovering threatening Indians. De Soto turned out to be sick and passed on. He was covered in the Mississippi waterway so the Indians could never discover his body and think he was undying. His men came back to Spain with just Desoto\'s diaries.

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Don Tristan de Luna

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Don Tristan de Luna 1559-de Luna arrived in Mobile Bay to build up a Spanish town. He resulted in these present circumstances zone due to deSoto\'s diaries. Days after he came, a sea tempest sank his boats. He kept on going through Al., yet the Indians did not need him there. De Luna was never ready to locate the considerable towns deSoto expounded on.

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Don Tristan de Luna When the Spanish came, they additionally brought maladies (measles, mumps, little pox, tuberculosis) that the Indians had never had and couldn\'t battle off (no invulnerability). Numerous Indians kicked the bucket, whole towns vanished, and the Indian culture was debilitated. Different Europeans knew about the vicious clash of Maubila and would not like to visit Alabama for just about 140 years .

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Ch2 Lesson2 Review Questions (pg45) What did Hernando deSoto bring on his campaign? Why did Juan Ortiz get to be de Soto\'s translator? Depict Chief Tuskaloosa as he looked when de Soto and his men met him. Why did deSoto take Chief Tuskaloosa prisoner? Did the Spanish or the Indians lose more men at Maubila ?

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Ch2 Lesson2 Review Questions Answers Hernando deSoto brought 9 ships,600 officers, 213 steeds, pigs, and different supplies on his endeavor. Juan Ortiz got to be de Soto\'s mediator since he could communicate in Spanish and in addition the other Indian dialects. At the point when de Soto and his men met Chief Tuskaloosa , he was portrayed as tall and well assembled. DeSoto took Chief Tuskaloosa prisoner since he declined to give De Soto sustenance and men to convey his provisions. The Indians lost more men at Maubila .

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Create a Historical Comic Strip Activity Think about what you have realized in today\'s lesson. You will compress Desoto\'s campaign by outlining every real occasion. You will have the capacity to delineate 7 unique occasions. On a sheet of paper, record the seven occasions all together. This will compose your idea before you start outlining. Crease a sheet of white paper down the middle (frank style).Then, overlay it into equal parts two more circumstances (cheeseburger style). Open your paper. You ought to have 8 level with boxes. Next, utilize the 1 st box as your title square. (Title, name, date, #) Illustrate every one of the 7 occasions in consecutive request. You may utilize your reading material and part notes for detail.

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Create a Historical Comic Strip Activity: Example

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Discovering Alabama Think About It: With your gathering individuals, prepare to conceptualize! Show some conceivable explanations behind investigating another place ● We realize that the Spanish investigated North America looking for riches… make an expectation regarding why the French went investigating. Turn and Talk to your gathering individuals about your reasoning.

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The French

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The French 1699-a French campaign, drove by Le Moyne Iberville and his brother(Bienville) cruised into Mobile Bay("The mouth of La Mobilla ") They likewise investigated the island adjacent to the inlet and called it Massacre since they found may individuals executed. They later named it Dauphin Island since Dauphin is the mane utilized for the beneficiary to the French position of authority. 1702 - they established Fort Louis up the Mobile River at Twenty Seven Mile Bluff. The town outside the fortress was called La Mobile. The French needed to exchange with the Indians… not gold!

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The Cassette Girls

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The Cassette Girls Only troopers, dealers, clerics, and experts (all men) lived in La Mobile. Iberville realized that he required families and kids to make the town develop. 1704-The French government sent 23 young ladies, alongside nuns, on board the Pelican . More young ladies came later. They acquired their garments trunks called "tapes". This wilderness living dislike Paris! They revolted in light of the fact that they were stunned by the rough houses and boondocks living conditions. This revolt

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