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Newfoundland from 1400 1500

  1. 1. Newfoundland from 1400-1500Section 2.3-2.4<br />Prepared and Presented By: Austin Connors and Brandon Keough<br />
  2. 2. The Inuit<br />Descendants of the Thule<br />Hunted seals, caribou, and whale<br />Used umiat to hunt whales<br />Used kajait for one-person use<br />Used kamutet to travel on ice<br />Lived in tents in summer<br /> Lived in sod houses in winter<br />
  3. 3. The Innu<br />Relied on caribou for food, clothing, and shelter<br />Ate fish and small beaver<br />Traveled by canoe in the summer<br />Toboggan in the winter <br />Lived in a kapminaute made from caribou hide and bent alders <br />
  4. 4. The Beothuk<br />Population of about 2000<br />Went extinct in 1829 <br />Unique language, similar to Algonquian<br />Caribou Drive<br />Mamateeks<br />Berms<br /> Canoes in summer<br /> Sleds and snowshoes in the winter<br />
  5. 5. Mi’kmaq<br />Ktaqamkuk <br />Lived on the shore from spring to fall<br />Hook and line, spears, weirs<br />Birch bark canoes in the summer<br />Snowshoes and toboggan in the winter<br />
  6. 6. Changes In Europe<br />Traditional Economy<br />Creation of universities<br />New route to Asia <br />Government sent adventurers to find new land<br />
  7. 7. The Value of Fish<br />John Cabot’s discovery<br />Salted cod fish, very valuable <br />More job opportunities <br />
  8. 8. Part of the Global Economy<br />Triangle between Newfoundland, England, and Southern Europe.<br />England traded food and clothing for salt with southern Europe <br />The salt was shipped to Newfoundland<br />Newfoundland received gold and silver for salt fish<br />The gold and silver was shipped to England<br />
  9. 9. A New Pattern Emerges<br />England, Spain, and France had battles because of the Newfoundland fishery<br />Because of the civil wars in France, England could sell some fish to the French<br />Spain was devoured by England<br />Spain had high demand for fish<br />France and England were the 2 main participants of the NL fishery<br />
  10. 10. The End<br />

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