pg 28 Pocahontas became an intermediary between the Indians and the Virginia settlers, and the Indians provided food supplies to the settlers who were dying in droves.
pg29 Lord De La Warr carried orders from the Virginia Company that amounted a declaration of war against the Indians in the Jamestown region. The war ended with a peaceful marriage between John Rolfe and Pocahontas.
pg29 The Indians lost. The peace treaty banished the Chesapeake Indians from their ancestral lands and formally separated Indians from white settlements.
pg 38 Tuscarora Indians were defeated.
pg38 with the conquest of the Yamasees, virtually all the costal Indian tribes in the southern colonies were devastated.
pg54 William Penn and Quakers established peaceful relations and toleration towards Indians.
pg80 Protesting the Quaker oligarchy's lenient (merciful) policy toward the Indians.
pg47 The Wampanoag tribe signed a peaceful treaty with the Plymouth Pilgrims and helped them celebrate the first Thanksgiving.
pg46 Roger Williams was aided by friendly Indians to flee from the Bay Colony authorities because he was a Separatist.
pg47 Puritans vs. Pequot tribe. Pequot tribe annihilated.
pg48 Metacom organized a series of attacks on the New England villages.
pg17 Cortés defeated the powerful Aztecs.
pg16 Spanish conqueror.
pg20 Oñate led the Spanish conquered the Pueblo people of Rio Grande valley. The Indians were defeated In the battle of Acoma in 1599. The Spanish proclaimed the area to be the province of New Mexico in 1609 and established capital at Santa Fé in 1610.
pg21 A successful Indian uprising caused by suppressive Roman Catholic mission.