Up to the 1920s
"In the 1680s the drawbacks to African slavery began to vanish. Mortality ratkes fell in the Chesapeake and the English broek the Dutch monopoly on the slave trade."
Up to 100 joined, until a white militia killed or executed them.
This was one of the causes of harsher slave laws
"It is estimated that upwards of 80–95 percent of the Native American population was decimated within the first 100–150 years following 1492; the most affected regions in the Americas lost 100% of their population."
The exchange of crops, animals, and diseases between Europe and America (and Africa).
1. Diseases brought by Europeans, especially smallpox, will wipe out ~90% of the native population
2. Crops transplanted to America will be bad for native plants, and European grazing animals will be bad for native plants
3. American crops brought to Europe (maize, tomatoes, potatoes, tobacco) will lead to a increased food production and a massive population boost in Europe that will spill into America.
1. John Smith ran the place like the military, but increased productivity
2. John Rolfe transplanted a tobacco strain that became popular in England, economic boom.
3. They create some sort of Headright System, ending military style control
4. In 1622 or so, the neighboring tribe killed 300, about 1/4 of the colonists.
5. King James takes control of colony
in 1685 English kings had revoked the charter of NE colonies and weaken the religious institution there, in addition to imposing taxes. When Andros was sent to be the Dominion's governors colonists kidnapped him and sent him back.
Important!: Around this time New England colonies started shifting toward a "yankee" culture, one placing less importance on religion and more on trade. This in part leads to the Salem Witch Trials
Some random young girls accused some people of being witches, public perception was the devil took stuff over or something. Lots of farmers and Puritans had accused "yankee" merchants of being a witch or some nonsense like that and 100s were imprisoned and 19 executed. Governor Phips stopped it all.
The important thing here is the tension between the religious Puritans and the more secular merchants that were starting to take over.