EQ #1-How did the relationship between the Native Americans and the New England colonists change?
EA#1-The relationship between the Native Americans and New England colonists changed as a major power shift emerged as a result of King Philip's War; the Native Americans were virtually "wiped out", therefore leaving the colonists in control of the land.
EQ#2-What were the major reasons for the clash?
EA#2-The major reasons for the clash(between the Native Americans and English colonists) were land, religion, and equal rights.
EQ#3a-What were the causes and effects of King Philip's War?
EQ#3b-What are important primary source documents that provide important evidence of the causes of King Philip's War?
EA#3a-The causes of KPW was the conflicts between the Colonists and Native Americans:
Conflicts for the Colonists-land, attacks on the English, murder of Sassamon (Christian Indian who was a friend to the Colonists)
For the Native Americans...3,000 Indians died, peaceful Narragansett Indians(who had nothing to do with the war) were massacred on their own land in Rhode Island because some settlers now feared all Indians, entire families were sold into slavery abroad or made slaves locally, power of Native Americans in New England broken
EA#3b-The important primary source documents that show evidence of the causes of King Philip's War are "Metacom Relates Indian Complaints about the English Settlers", Report by Edward Randolf sent by English Government, Excerpts from Mary Rowlandson, "English Colonists held captive during King Philip's War"
EQ#4-How did the relationship change between the Native Americans and the English colonists in Jamestown, Virginia?
EA#4-The relationship between the Native Americans and the English colonists changed in Jamestown in three phases:
EA#5b-The important primary source documents regarding Bacon's Rebellion are the map of Jamestown which shows where the areas of conflict took place, the petitions sent to Governor Berkeley which gave colonists complaints, specifics examples of problems and demanded actions, and Governor Berkeley's Declaration which stated that Bacon had committed treason-the crime of fighting against the government.
EQ#6-What are the important facts for the King Philip's War and Bacon's Rebellion Assessment?
The important facts about KPW and BR can be found in your list of topics #11, your class notes #5, Metacom's primary source document #4, and the reasons why both conflicts were important #21.