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1 Wednesday, Sept Get out your History Spiral put your binder on the floor 3. Update your Table of Contents DateTitle Entry # 9/23Warm up’s Sept. 23 to /2313 colonies cartoon notes22 9/24Colonial Economy 23 9/24Triangular Trade map24 9/25Great Awakening/Enlightenment notes25 4. Turn to entry # 21: Write and answer the following: #3 Sept., 9/25 – How did England regulate its colonies under mercantilism? (use entry #23 to help you if you don’t remember) 5. Turn to entry #23 when you finish your warm-up

2 Colonial Economy 23 Mercantilism *Depended on trade *goal = more silver and gold in treasury *Export more than import Colonial EconomicsEconomic Regulations Colonial ResponseColonial Prosperity

3 Colonial Economy 23 Mercantilism *Depended on trade *goal = more silver and gold in treasury *Export more than import Colonial Economics *Triangular trade *Made or traded what they needed – Barter system *Based on agriculture Economic Regulations Colonial ResponseColonial Prosperity

4 Colonial Economy 23 Mercantilism *Depended on trade *goal = more silver and gold in treasury *Export more than import Colonial Economics *Triangular trade *Made or traded what they needed – Barter system *Based on agriculture Economic Regulations *Navigation Acts 1. Could only use British/colonial ships 2. All imports had to go though England (tax) 3. Manufacturing restrictions 4. Certain goods only could be traded with England Colonial ResponseColonial Prosperity

5 Colonial Economy 23 Mercantilism *Depended on trade *goal = more silver and gold in treasury *Export more than import Colonial Economics *Triangular trade *Made or traded what they needed – Barter system *Based on agriculture Economic Regulations *Navigation Acts 1. Could only use British/colonial ships 2. All imports had to go though England (tax) 3. Manufacturing restrictions 4. Certain goods only could be traded with England Colonial Response *Ignored the laws *Smuggled *Salutary neglect Colonial Prosperity

6 Colonial Economy 23 Mercantilism *Depended on trade *goal = more silver and gold in treasury *Export more than import Colonial Economics *Triangular trade *Made or traded what they needed – Barter system *Based on agriculture Economic Regulations *Navigation Acts 1. Could only use British/colonial ships 2. All imports had to go though England (tax) 3. Manufacturing restrictions 4. Certain goods only could be traded with England Colonial Response *Ignored the laws *Smuggled *Salutary neglect Colonial Prosperity *Colonists owned more land and were wealthier than people living in England *Colonists paid less taxes

7 Triangular Trade Map Trade with someone next to you

8 Triangular Trade 1.England/Europe (1 x) 2.Rice, indigo, Tobacco (3 x’s) 3.Slaves (1 x) 4.Guns, cloth (2x’s) 5.Africa (1 x) 6.Rum, iron (2 x’s) 7.Slaves (1 x) 8.Sugar, Molasses (2 x’s) 9.Atlantic (1 x) 10.North America, South America, Africa (3 x’s) (17 total)

9 V.The Great Awakening *1730’s-1740’s religious movement (Religion) Great Awakening/Enlightenment

10 V.The Great Awakening *1730’s-1740’s religious movement (Religion) *Traveling ministers preached that inner religious emotion was more important than outward religious behavior

11 V.The Great Awakening *1730’s-1740’s religious movement (Religion) *Traveling ministers preached that inner religious emotion was more important than outward religious behavior *Jonathan Edwards – preached God’s anger but everyone could be saved

12 V.The Great Awakening *1730’s-1740’s religious movement (Religion) *Traveling ministers preached that inner religious emotion was more important than outward religious behavior *Jonathan Edwards – preached God’s anger but everyone could be saved *Changed colonial culture 1. New denominations

13 V.The Great Awakening *1730’s-1740’s religious movement (Religion) *Traveling ministers preached that inner religious emotion was more important than outward religious behavior *Jonathan Edwards – preached God’s anger but everyone could be saved *Changed colonial culture 1. New denominations 2. Salvation for all

14 I. The Great Awakening *1730’s-1740’s religious movement (Religion) *Traveling ministers preached that inner religious emotion was more important than outward religious behavior *Jonathan Edwards – preached God’s anger but everyone could be saved *Changed colonial culture 1. New denominations 2. Salvation for all 3. Founded colleges to train ministers

15 I. The Great Awakening *1730’s-1740’s religious movement (Religion) *Traveling ministers preached that inner religious emotion was more important than outward religious behavior *Jonathan Edwards – preached God’s anger but everyone could be saved *Changed colonial culture 1. New denominations 2. Salvation for all 3. Founded colleges to train ministers 4. first movement to unify the colonies

16 V.The Great Awakening VI.The Enlightenment * Reason and science were the paths to knowledge

17 V.The Great Awakening VI.The Enlightenment * Reason and science were the paths to knowledge 1. Isaac Newton – laws of gravity Summary

18 V.The Great Awakening VI.The Enlightenment * Reason and science were the paths to knowledge 1. Isaac Newton – laws of gravity 2. John Locke – people have the right to life, liberty, property (people create governments to protect these) Summary

19 II. The Enlightenment * Reason and science were the paths to knowledge 1. Isaac Newton – laws of gravity 2. John Locke – people have the right to life, liberty, property (people create governments to protect these) 3. Ben Franklin – electricity episode Write 4 questions Summary

20 Ben Franklin Use pages 95 to 112 to fill in the chart Childhood/FamilyJobsInventions PoliticsOther Interesting FactsRandom Facts


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