Colonists

Some articles on colonists:

Cornelis Melyn - Leadership
... became known as Kieft's War, Melyn and his colonists were forced to abandon Staten Island ... As the Dutch colony drifted into chaos and some colonists expressed outrage at what they considered Kieft's ineptitude, the Director-General sought to placate his ... The colonists' opposition to Kieft continued, however, and the council demanded his removal in a letter transmitted to the States-General of the ...
Lachine Massacre - The Iroquois Attack
... While the colonists slept, the invaders surrounded their homes and waited for their leader to signal when the attack should commence ... When some of the colonists barricaded themselves within the village's structures, the attackers set fire to the buildings and waited for them to flee the flames ... Twenty-four colonists were killed in the initial raid, and more than 70 were taken prisoner ...
South African Wars (1879–1915) - Colonial and Indigenous Groups - Xhosa
... of the Zuurveld grasslands by the British colonists in 1811 ... These wars between the Xhosa and Dutch and British colonists took place along the east coast of Cape Colony between the Great Fish and Great Kei rivers ... Xhosa people to make way for more British colonists ...
Cuisine Of The Thirteen Colonies
... It was derived from familiar traditions from the colonists’ home countries in the British Isles and particularly England ... Old World than others, and this led to a dependence on imports which drove the daily lives of the colonists ... events led to a drastic change in the diet of the American colonists ...
Cuisine Of The Thirteen Colonies - Diet Before The American Revolution
... When colonists arrived in America, they planted familiar crops from the Old World with varying degrees of success and raised domestic animals for meat, leather, and wool, as they had done in Britain ... The colonists faced difficulties owing to different climate and other environmental factors, but trade with Britain, continental Europe, and the West Indies allowed the American colonists to create ... alternatives to the Old World diet, but the colonists held on to old traditions and tended to use these items in the same fashion as they did their Old World ...