By Edward L. Ayers, Lewis L. Gould, David M. Oshinsky, Jean R. Soderlund
With a distinct cognizance to time because the defining nature of background, AMERICAN PASSAGES deals scholars a view of yankee background as an entire, compelling narrative. AMERICAN PASSAGES emphasizes the intertwined nature of 3 key features of time--sequence, simultaneity, and contingency. With readability and objective, the authors express how occasions develop from different occasions, people's activities, and huge structural adjustments (sequence), how it sounds as if disconnected occasions happened in shut chronological proximity to each other and have been located in higher, shared contexts (simultaneity), and the way heritage unexpectedly pivoted as a result of occasions, personalities, and unforeseen results (contingency).
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Like Native Americans and Europeans, the people of Africa kept religion central to their lives and endowed their leaders with both political and religious authority. Most important in traditional African religions was a single allpowerful God, the Creator. Beneath the Creator were lesser gods, including gods of rain, thunder, and lightning; of rivers and lakes; of animals, trees, and hills. These gods could be benevolent or harmful, so people sought positive relationships through rituals, sacrifice, and prayer.
QUESTIONS for REFLECTION 1. How did the perspective of the Indians compare with that of Columbus? What accounts for the different responses of the Taino leader and the New England legend? 2. Why is it necessary to use legends and second-hand accounts to gain knowledge about Native American perspectives? 3. What are the possible pitfalls of using each of these sources: Columbus’s diary, Martyr’s account, and the New England legend? line to Spain and all lands east of the line to Portugal. The Treaty of Tordesillas (1494) located the line 370 leagues (about 1,100 miles) west of the Azores and expanded the principle of spheres of influence, by which European nations sought to dominate most of the world.
American Passages: A History in the United States, Volume I: To 1877 by Edward L. Ayers, Lewis L. Gould, David M. Oshinsky, Jean R. Soderlund