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1 P erceptions of Native Americans © 2012 The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American Historywww.gilderlehrman.org ocument : Jacques Cartier’s Second Voyage to the St. Lawrence River and Interior of“Canada,” 15351536 econd opodorod udouagnn dseabey on on eaul eeds ee, d o d beceor gngny 2 P erceptions of Native Americans © 2012 The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American Historywww.gilderlehrman.org Document: Native Americans Discover European n ofk...beec...ofghofofdoden psecd eaconofeek derrillofn 1557 , agoodgsomng ffonofht ofyouyoomaveee, yo, eey, no gsofgs ogor, ot o veyouo on and onquSpando1686 3 P erceptions of Native Americans © 2012 The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American Historywww.gilderlehrman.org ocument 3: John White, The manner oftheir attire and painting themselves ..., a watercolour© Trustees of the British Museum 4 P erceptions of Native Americans © 2012 The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American Historywww.gilderlehrman.org Document 4: ROANOKE“COUNTERFEITED ACCORDING TO THE TRUTH by Joyce E. Chapman aveooily eep og. n of oaoran of owofve . lias ow, lih d oan gh llomotee, oroteeook’ aoan , g g a o anliof illofagagn d o liy,ilig,oaoogoodof, ofliaveooave, y oo, y ae eeg. of e. eeng o e li, e gave otily o . agaeevaliliat eeoodorove ll, y y of g agaat , ay ave o ’ lio e , e ililih d of oaotliory. livaof anlid d p lih an lih y on y. e d … g o ofoooaliay,d of oodlih , eeas d d lly lih oach o g … illd oae , n as g ogmmo h e d as d o m avoofli oaKiofli, Hill2007, 52. 5 P erceptions of Native Americans © 2012 The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American Historywww.gilderlehrman.org Document : The town of Pomeiock The town of PomeiockCourtesy of the Library of Congress 6 P erceptions of Native Americans © 2012 The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American Historywww.gilderlehrman.org Document : harter of Rhode Island and Providence PlantationsJuly 15, 1663 Excerpt LE, by ofod, ofngd, d,d,of., o eeg: eaeen d, by on ofd ec… ofofd, odd, ofof, rr d, , , eacead mi, ob, ofng , n ppd; ngnvofpoogn, n of, e obofh d p, dd,otby oodnt of, poes ofofd , brrecore ng ofh y ponof ecoto beant pp , eaofd d oeaea, bo, middofn , o,d, poopofby oodofod,ompon bo, otlio mi, ead,pod,by pe of, o , of, bonv, h oroeors ofppof, odou, ecoraccodn , deofealm, earr, by eaghboooe o e eabodofrr, n , ofacc, ec, opopd, by g ofod ponea, bn ofppo Source:The Federal and State Constitutions Colonial Charters, and Other Organic Laws of the States, Territories, and Colonies Now or Heretofore Forming the United States of AmericaCompiled and Edited Under the Act of Congress of June 30, 1906 by Francis Newton ThorpeWashington, DC : Government Printing Office, 1909. ��7 Perceptions of Native Americans © 2012 The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American Historywww.gilderlehrman.org Document: FIRST ENCOUNTERS of the HOCHUNK NATION and theFRENCH ofofo) ean ee1634, rrofo of, eah o og accke knoaccknoo pouaccr. ood. houecahoughhe ong ougg uddn pouboug accacchoon e y guny re n n. By Kellogg, Louise P. (editor). Early Narratives of theNorthwest, 16341699. (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1917). Pages 11online facsimile edition at www.americanjourneys.org . ��8 Perceptions of Native Americans © 2012 The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American Historywww.gilderlehrman.org Document: ncounters in the New World: A History in Documents ed engagehey agnaean s, ndn enty knives like this for one Beaver skin.” Sorce: Encouners in the New Wold- A Histoy in Douens. Jill Lepoe. Oxford University ress,New York,2000, p. 91. 9 P erceptions of Native Americans © 2012 The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American Historywww.gilderlehrman.org Document: Samoset, the Indian Visitor, from "Harper's Monthly," 1857 Samoset, the Indian Visitor, from "Harper's Monthly," 1857ourtesy the Library of Congress. http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2005688546/resource / ��10 Perceptions of Native Americans © 2012 The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American Historywww.gilderlehrman.org DocumentConflict of the Linn boys with the Indians Conflict of the Linn boys with the Indians. Courtesy of the Library of Congresshttp://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2003652508/resource/ 11 P erceptions of Native Americans © 2012 The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American Historywww.gilderlehrman.org DocumentNative American Discoveries of Europe by Daniel Richter Excerpt discoveredughgh peopley or of e sixteenth ndearly seventeenth century. by ugg andhe houghthe of om but The Innu]and a y ofughhy ht ns ds oppace withaccess tosuprior weapos.It is little wodr then,that rumos of the marvels to be hadinexchange for beaver pelts andoher furs apparently preceddthe axe-makrs wherever they went; a constant theme in European accounts of first exploations of bys andrivers is the appearance of canoe-lods of pople waving beaver plts they dsiredto trad…The beaver,the deerskn,the con,or whatever else coldbe tradd for European goods coldalsoincrease the political poer of Native leadrs andtheir communties ina syste m where exoic material goods emboded he strength hat came from alliance with their sorce. of 12 P erceptions of Native Americans © 2012 The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American Historywww.gilderlehrman.org y ofof y bughpox illng rrhagic fevers similar toEboa might alsohave been prt of the gruesoe mix. As early as 1585, t Ronoke on he Outer Banks of tody’s Noth arolina, English cooists repotedthat Native “pope bganto de very fast,andmany inshot space” after the English ooists visited heir villages. “Insoe tons abot twenty,insoe foty,insoe sixty, andinoe six scoe” perished. Similarly, in1616 a rench missionary saidthat the Native pope of Acada “otencopain hat,since the French mingle withandcarry on ng owasng pox bous of pox ood”of Source: http://www.gilderlehrman.org/historyno w/06_2007/historian3.php ��13 Perceptions of Native Americans © 2012 The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American Historywww.gilderlehrman.org ocumentarly America Populations E s t i m a t e d E u r o p e a n P o p u l a t i o ns c . 1 6 1 0 c . 1 7 0 0 English in Virginia 100 7 2,0 0 0 F r e n c h i n N e w F r a n c e 1 0 0 1 3 , 0 0 0 S p a n i s h i n N e w M e x i co 5 0 0 3 , 0 0 0 E s t i m a t e d N a t i v e P o p u l a t i o ns c . 1 6 1 0 c . 1 7 0 0 Powhatans 15,000 1,000 H u r o n s 2 0 , 0 0 0 1 0 0 ’ s P u eb l o s 6 0 , 0 0 0 1 4 , 0 0 0 edu