History Assignment

History Assignment

 First, watch the Film: After the Mayflower (PBS,We Shall Remain Series, Episode 1) . 3 pages. No plagiarism. Due in 36 hours.

  • Then answer the two questions below.
  • For full credit, give at least 3 specific examples from the film for each question.
  1. Why were the Wampanoags and the Pilgrims interested in forming an alliance in 1621?
  2. Why did this alliance end in 1675? In other words, what were the primary causes of King Philip’s War?

Why were the Wampanoags and the Pilgrims interested in forming an alliance in

1621?

Wampanoag refers to one of the majority peoples in North America. These

individuals existed long before the Europeans arrived, and even today, these individuals

are still able to survive. Most people use the term Indian to describe or describe us, that

is, most individuals who are described as native Americans. Thus, the Wampanoag

refers to the people of the first Light. In 1621, the Reason Noah and the Wampanoag

made an alliance was because One reason was that the pilgrims landed in England, after

which they failed to reach the gentle mouth of the Hudson River, which was where they

wanted to enter (Toensing, 2016). The reason was that they had little food, not even

water, and no knowledge that would allow them to reach the new world they expected

to reach.

As a result of this, the Wampanoag promises to be a necessary means of enabling

these people to fulfill their destiny and even become their expectations. The two

associations therefore believed that they could establish one in 1621 in order to be able

to reach the area they expected to reach this year. Most importantly, the Wampanoag

indicated that they could establish a beneficial relationship, and that the pilgrims would

be at the point where they would exchange weapons with the Wampanoag for food. The

above, therefore, is an important aspect leading to an alliance or alliance between the

two countries, since the organizations concerned all feel that they can benefit from such

an approach. In other words, each organization needs each other in order to achieve the

desired goals.Edward Smyth92700000000010722This sort of information is unnecessary. Try to focus your analysis on the films and not other content.Edward Smyth92700000000010722these were not “countries”.Edward Smyth92700000000010722they didn’t land in England. Not sure what you meant here. Maybe New England (which means in the Americas)?

In this connection, one needs to know that at the moment of the Pilgrims’ arrival at

Plymouth, Massasoit was the leader of the Wampanoag people, in 1620. This man is

thought to be fond of what he hears, especially in the sense that Britain will form an

important ally against those who seem to be their enemies in the region. In this case,

the pilgrims decided that they needed a treaty of peace and made sure that they achieved

everything they expected, which would not have been possible without such a treaty.

As such a treaty was urgently needed, and the pilgrims fulfilled their expectations, it

was necessary to draw up the treaty of 1621, which was intended to ensure that all the

expectations of the organizations, and especially of the pilgrims, were fulfilled

(Mayflower, 2018). Negotiations were therefore important, especially between the

leaders of the two organizations, so that every company could benefit, and the most

important companies considered to benefit were pilgrims determined to reach the

Wampanoag center. In this case, the agreement between the two sides is important,

especially when the pilgrims fulfill their expectations. Thus, although the Wampanoag

were a majority nation, they forged alliances with the pilgrims to fulfill their hopes of

reaching the mouth of the Hudson River.

Why did this alliance end in 1675? In other words, what were the primary causes

of King Philip’s War?

Despite their alliance, the situation eventually ended in 1675, or king Philip’s war

of 1675. The root cause was the colonists’ unrelenting desire for more and more land.Edward Smyth92700000000010722Good but why? Need to give more specific details from the film. (Because Puritans brought families, because Wampanoags were weakened by disease, because they worried about Naragansetts, etc).Edward Smyth92700000000010722For #2, try to give more details and explain your answers more fully for higher scores. For example, why did the Pilgrims want more land when they hadn’t before? What changed?Edward Smyth92700000000010722?? This was not mentioned anywhere in the filmEdward Smyth92700000000010722which were what? try to be specific about the details given in the film

In this case, the Wampanoag realized that their opponents were hungry for more land,

and this situation did not allow them to remain together. In other words, if one side

realizes that the alliance is not for mutual benefit, but that one side is trying to exploit

the other’s interests, the alliance may be dissolved. Thus, this approach is a significant

cause of the disintegration of the Alliance.

Another important reason for the union’s failure was the execution of three

Maycomb people by people they believed were colonists. This situation may be

considered a failed effort, especially by the new Native Americans of England, to drive

out the colonists who seemed to have great influence in the region, who were also led

by Chief Wampanoag. This leads both sides or countries to believe that they are

betraying each other and is a potential cause of war on both sides. Another basic

description of the war is that each side seems to have its own expectations and

everything to gain from the alliance. However, different desires are different, and each

group views the other as a traitor and never supports the other’s ideology. The situation

has therefore led to a conflict.Edward Smyth92700000000010722??Edward Smyth92700000000010722Wampanoag?Edward Smyth92700000000010722this was true, but what specific examples from the film support these good general points?

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