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English Colonies 1600-1700. AP Outline 2. Transatlantic Encounters and Colonial Beginnings, 1492-1690 A. First European contacts with Native Americans.

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1 English Colonies

2 AP Outline 2. Transatlantic Encounters and Colonial Beginnings, A. First European contacts with Native Americans B. Spain's empire in North America C. French colonization of Canada D. English settlement of New England, the Mid-Atlantic region, and the South E. From servitude to slavery in the Chesapeake region F. Religious diversity in the American colonies G. Resistance to colonial authority: Bacon's Rebellion, the Glorious Revolution, and the Pueblo Revolt 3. Colonial North America, A. Population growth and immigration B. Transatlantic trade and the growth of seaports C. The eighteenth-century back country D. Growth of plantation economies and slave societies E. The Enlightenment and the Great Awakening F. Colonial governments and imperial policy in British North America

3 Possible Essay Questions Compare the ways in which religion shaped the development of colonial society (to 1740) in TWO of the following regions: Compare the ways in which religion shaped the development of colonial society (to 1740) in TWO of the following regions: New England New England Chesapeake Chesapeake Middle Atlantic Middle Atlantic “The English founded colonies to escape oppression in England.” “The English founded colonies to escape oppression in England.” Assess the validity of this statement. Assess the validity of this statement.

4 “Geography was the primary factor in shaping the development of the British colonies in North America” “Geography was the primary factor in shaping the development of the British colonies in North America” Assess the validity of this statement for the 1600’s. Assess the validity of this statement for the 1600’s.

5 English Exploration Cabot-(1497) explored for the English, Newfoundland, looking for Northwest Passage, claimed Northern portion of North America for English Cabot-(1497) explored for the English, Newfoundland, looking for Northwest Passage, claimed Northern portion of North America for English

6 English Empire= Ireland English began to invade and control Ireland in the early 1400s. English began to invade and control Ireland in the early 1400s. They found that it was not possible to pacify the Irish readily and created a pattern that was repeated in the New World. They found that it was not possible to pacify the Irish readily and created a pattern that was repeated in the New World. Plantation- different than a large farm- really a system of planting settlers in a hostile territory in an effort to hold the land. Plantation- different than a large farm- really a system of planting settlers in a hostile territory in an effort to hold the land. Pattern: First try to negotiate for land and allegiance Expel the natives Move in population Parallels to North American Indians and Irish were clear

7 Timeline Jamestown is Founded Jamestown is Founded Pilgrims Land in Plymouth Pilgrims Land in Plymouth The Great Migration The Great Migration Lord Baltimore Founds Maryland Lord Baltimore Founds Maryland Thomas Hooker Founds Connecticut Thomas Hooker Founds Connecticut Puritans Found Harvard University Puritans Found Harvard University 1639 Fundamental Orders Written in Connecticut Fundamental Orders Written in Connecticut Roger Williams Established Rhode Island 1644 Roger Williams Established Rhode Island The Carolinas are Founded The Carolinas are Founded 1664 The English Take New York From the Dutch 1664 The English Take New York From the Dutch King Phillip’s War Bacon’s Rebellion New Hampshire is Established William Penn Founds Pennsylvania New Jersey Units Under a Royal Charter The Carolinas are Divided Into North and South Oglethorpe Founds Georgia for Debtors

8 Chesapeake/Virginia/Roanoke/ Jamestown (1584) Elizabeth I began English monarch’s sponsorship of colonies in North America (1584) Elizabeth I began English monarch’s sponsorship of colonies in North America Queen gave Gilbert a license, when he died the, half brother – Walter Raleigh the license to start a colony in North America. Queen gave Gilbert a license, when he died the, half brother – Walter Raleigh the license to start a colony in North America Raleigh sent settlers to Roanoke, part of original Virginia Raleigh sent settlers to Roanoke, part of original Virginia- After a number of expeditions, settlers of Roanoke disappeared and they were never seen again, mysterious note of Croatoan carved on a tree. (1590) After a number of expeditions, settlers of Roanoke disappeared and they were never seen again, mysterious note of Croatoan carved on a tree. (1590)

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10 Joint-Stock Company Private investors bought shares in trading companies and sponsored colonies in America Private investors bought shares in trading companies and sponsored colonies in America Business Run Colony= reduced royal control Business Run Colony= reduced royal control These companies contracted with the crown example: These companies contracted with the crown example: The Virginia Company of London (Southern land) 1606 sent 3 ships, 144 men established Jamestown- Chesapeake area. The Virginia Company of London (Southern land) 1606 sent 3 ships, 144 men established Jamestown- Chesapeake area. The Virginia Company of Plymouth (Northern Land Grant) The Virginia Company of Plymouth (Northern Land Grant)

11 Jamestown: First permanent English settlement in America Named after King James I Named after King James I Settlement was in bad location, low, swampy land, malaria was common Settlement was in bad location, low, swampy land, malaria was common Algonquian Chief Powhatan- daughter was Pocahontas Algonquian Chief Powhatan- daughter was Pocahontas Captain John Smith was one early officer of the colony- helped bring order to the colony by creating strict rules to live by. Captain John Smith was one early officer of the colony- helped bring order to the colony by creating strict rules to live by.

12 Jamestown: Social Early period, mostly males, “get rich quick” single, 4-5 males to 1 female Early period, mostly males, “get rich quick” single, 4-5 males to 1 female Few women, few families, hunting for gold Few women, few families, hunting for gold Life was difficult, starvation common early “The Starving Time” Life was difficult, starvation common early “The Starving Time” Population was lured to Jamestown through Indentured Servitude, passage to new world in exchange for working the land for a specific period of time. The hope was that after the period of servitude land would be obtained. Population was lured to Jamestown through Indentured Servitude, passage to new world in exchange for working the land for a specific period of time. The hope was that after the period of servitude land would be obtained. Very individualistic Very individualistic Headright- system, in an effort to encourage immigration to Virginia, land-grant of 50 acres Headright- system, in an effort to encourage immigration to Virginia, land-grant of 50 acres

13 Jamestown: Relationship with Indians At first the Indians tolerated the colonists and even helped provide food, and agriculture techniques (John Smith- was captured and released) At first the Indians tolerated the colonists and even helped provide food, and agriculture techniques (John Smith- was captured and released) Later hostilities break out, open and periodic warfare Later hostilities break out, open and periodic warfare Indians and Anglo societies do not mix from the beginning. Indians and Anglo societies do not mix from the beginning. Issues of land ownership, land use, pattern of living cause conflict- to last through till the 20 th century Issues of land ownership, land use, pattern of living cause conflict- to last through till the 20 th century

14 Jamestown: Economic First years were subsistence agriculture, learning form Indians what crops to grow to live First years were subsistence agriculture, learning form Indians what crops to grow to live Later Tobacco economy develops as a cash crop for very lucrative trade. Later Tobacco economy develops as a cash crop for very lucrative trade. John Rolfe is and example of tobacco entrepreneur (married Pocahontas) John Rolfe is and example of tobacco entrepreneur (married Pocahontas) As labor demands increase, African slaves begin to be imported in 1619 As labor demands increase, African slaves begin to be imported in 1619 Other industries develop to sustain the colony: lumber, glassworks, ironworks… Other industries develop to sustain the colony: lumber, glassworks, ironworks…

15 Jamestown: Political 1619, the Virginia Company created the first representative body in America, the House of Burgesses 1619, the Virginia Company created the first representative body in America, the House of Burgesses Governor appointed by the Crown Governor appointed by the Crown

16 Royal Colony A colony controlled directly by the Crown of England, not a private company A colony controlled directly by the Crown of England, not a private company 1624, James I revoked the charter of the Virginia Company because of debts 1624, James I revoked the charter of the Virginia Company because of debts

17 Maryland 1632 Charles I, divided Virginia and gave part to George Calvert or Lord Baltimore- Charles I, divided Virginia and gave part to George Calvert or Lord Baltimore- Proprietary Colony- colony under the control of a single owner- but loyal to the Crown Proprietary Colony- colony under the control of a single owner- but loyal to the Crown Calvert was a catholic- allowed Catholics to move, “Catholic Refuge” but still a minority, mostly protestants. Calvert was a catholic- allowed Catholics to move, “Catholic Refuge” but still a minority, mostly protestants. 1649, Act of Toleration or “Act Concerning Religion” the Calverts persuaded the Assembly to adopt a law of religious toleration- but only for Christians 1649, Act of Toleration or “Act Concerning Religion” the Calverts persuaded the Assembly to adopt a law of religious toleration- but only for Christians

18 Maryland: Strong control by Proprietor, Lord Baltimore Strong control by Proprietor, Lord Baltimore Tobacco Economy Tobacco Economy Large plantations Large plantations Slave labor Slave labor Headright System Headright System Refuge for Catholics Refuge for Catholics Indentured Servants Indentured Servants

19 Which Colony would appreciate this poem most? They cry, they roar for anguish sore, And gnaw their tongues for horrour. But get away Without delay, Christ pitties not your cry: Depart to Hell, there may you yell, And roar Eternally.

20 New England Colonies: Religious Motives v. Money Puritans or English Calvinists- rejected Catholicism and were critical of English King James- some left and were known as Separatists also known as Pilgrims. Puritans or English Calvinists- rejected Catholicism and were critical of English King James- some left and were known as Separatists also known as Pilgrims. Virginia Company of Plymouth- allowed Pilgrims to settle- Mayflower- 102 people, ½ Pilgrims Virginia Company of Plymouth- allowed Pilgrims to settle- Mayflower- 102 people, ½ Pilgrims Established Plymouth Colony Established Plymouth Colony Not Sanctioned by crown till later when merged with Mass Bay Not Sanctioned by crown till later when merged with Mass Bay

21 Mayflower Compact Before Pilgrims stepped ashore in America they created an covenant or contract- to abide by the laws of the community and to create a government- (this was not a constitution)

22 Plymouth: Social Aspects Social Aspects Traveled in families- tight community Traveled in families- tight community Very religious- intolerant of differences Very religious- intolerant of differences Small population, grows to 300 after 10 years Small population, grows to 300 after 10 years Some cooperation with Indians at first later conflicts occur Some cooperation with Indians at first later conflicts occur Literacy important Literacy important Economic Aspects No large plantations Small landholdings Traded fur, fish, lumber Strong work ethic Political Male dominated Election of governor- William Bradford- served for 30 years

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24 Massachusetts Bay The Second colony to be founded in the North The Second colony to be founded in the North Charter from King, Massachusetts Bay Company- Joint Stock Company Charter from King, Massachusetts Bay Company- Joint Stock Company Share holders elected John Winthrop as Governor Share holders elected John Winthrop as Governor settlers came- no control by owners in England settlers came- no control by owners in England Boston area and Eastern Massachusetts Boston area and Eastern Massachusetts

25 Massachusetts Bay Colony Very religious community/Puritans Very religious community/Puritans Winthrop wanted to create the a holy model of purity- “City upon a hill” as an example to all Winthrop wanted to create the a holy model of purity- “City upon a hill” as an example to all John Cotton- was a prominent clergyman/community leader urged religious piety John Cotton- was a prominent clergyman/community leader urged religious piety All adult free men, part of a Puritan congregation could vote All adult free men, part of a Puritan congregation could vote Town hall meetings used to discuss and vote on local matters Town hall meetings used to discuss and vote on local matters ** one significant factor, no religious leader could hold office. ** one significant factor, no religious leader could hold office.

26 Great Migration 1630s during the English Civil War 15,000, many puritans move to Massachusetts Bay. 1630s during the English Civil War 15,000, many puritans move to Massachusetts Bay. More people moved to New England than in Virginia More people moved to New England than in Virginia ,000 pop (NE) ,000 pop (NE) Massachusetts = 56,000 -Virginia 42,000 Massachusetts = 56,000 -Virginia 42,000

27 New England: Mixed Economy Individual farmers Individual farmers No large cash crop No large cash crop Traded: lumber, ships stores, ship building, sawmills, fish, livestock, participated in slave trade-  to the West Indies (Caribbean) Traded: lumber, ships stores, ship building, sawmills, fish, livestock, participated in slave trade-  to the West Indies (Caribbean)

28 Protestant Work Ethic One of the most influential contributions the Puritan culture offered and continues through today is the idea of hard work. One of the most influential contributions the Puritan culture offered and continues through today is the idea of hard work. Puritans believed hard work was the way to salvation. Puritans believed hard work was the way to salvation.

29 1636 Harvard and the Puritans Puritans created the first universities in British colonies- Puritans created the first universities in British colonies- To educate the clergy. To educate the clergy.

30 Anne Hutchinson Out-spoken woman of Mass Bay Out-spoken woman of Mass Bay Believed and stated many clergy were not part of the “elect” and should not have authority Believed and stated many clergy were not part of the “elect” and should not have authority Known as the Antinomian heresy. Known as the Antinomian heresy. Was banished from Mass Bay went to Rhode Island Was banished from Mass Bay went to Rhode Island

31 Rhode Island Roger Williams -- minister from Salem a. Extreme Separatist who challenged legality of Plymouth and Bay Colony charters because land belonged to Indians and was not the king’s land to grant. -- Claimed colony took land from Indians w/o fair compensation b. "liberty of conscience" i. Williams denied authority of civil gov't to regulate religious behavior. -- Stated gov’t could only punish civil crimes while the church alone had responsibility for religious discipline. -- Roger Williams -- minister from Salem a. Extreme Separatist who challenged legality of Plymouth and Bay Colony charters because land belonged to Indians and was not the king’s land to grant. -- Claimed colony took land from Indians w/o fair compensation b. "liberty of conscience" i. Williams denied authority of civil gov't to regulate religious behavior. -- Stated gov’t could only punish civil crimes while the church alone had responsibility for religious discipline. -- Stated that no man should be forced to go to church. -- In effect, challenged the basis of the Massachusetts Bay government. c. General Court banished him from colony in October, 1635 and Williams fled in winter of 1636 to Narragansett Bay; sheltered by Indian friends. d. He purchased lands from Indians and founded the community of Providence, accepting all settlers regardless of their beliefs. Rhode Island Stated that no man should be forced to go to church. -- In effect, challenged the basis of the Massachusetts Bay government. c. General Court banished him from colony in October, 1635 and Williams fled in winter of 1636 to Narragansett Bay; sheltered by Indian friends. d. He purchased lands from Indians and founded the community of Providence, accepting all settlers regardless of their beliefs. Rhode Island

32 Connecticut 1635 Thomas Hooker- from Massachusetts Bay Thomas Hooker- from Massachusetts Bay Led a group of Puritans west to establish Hartford (Fertile Land) Led a group of Puritans west to establish Hartford (Fertile Land) Fundamental Orders of Connecticut: created an independent colony of similar to Mass. Bay; Fundamental Orders of Connecticut: created an independent colony of similar to Mass. Bay; Was the first modern Constitution in America Was the first modern Constitution in America

33 Carolinas Proprietary colony (8 owners)- Mixed population- many from other colonies- Virginia and Barbados Proprietary colony (8 owners)- Mixed population- many from other colonies- Virginia and Barbados Headrights- Headrights- Brought slaves with them, large % of population slaves Brought slaves with them, large % of population slaves Fundamental Constitution of Carolina- provide order- division of land, Freedom of Conscious (religion) Never was fully enacted Fundamental Constitution of Carolina- provide order- division of land, Freedom of Conscious (religion) Never was fully enacted Tobacco economy, but included rice, indigo, cotton, Tobacco economy, but included rice, indigo, cotton, North Carolina people Tobacco was paramount 1700 south Carolina had 10,000 people, majority black Split and Royal colony after 1729

34 New York and New Jersey Proprietary colonies Proprietary colonies Taken from the Dutch by force (1664) Taken from the Dutch by force (1664) King Charles II sends troops and fleet to take and given to James II. King Charles II sends troops and fleet to take and given to James II. Freedom of religion to all Christians Freedom of religion to all Christians Some participatory government (assembly) Some participatory government (assembly) Changes to Royal colony in 1685 Changes to Royal colony in 1685 Trade important- Trade important- farming important farming important

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37 Pennsylvania (1681) Proprietary Colony- William Penn given ownership- debts owed by Crown to his family. Proprietary Colony- William Penn given ownership- debts owed by Crown to his family. Refuge for Quakers: “Society of Friends” Refuge for Quakers: “Society of Friends” Beliefs: equality (including gender), no kneeling, no oaths, pacifists, anti-violence, plain clothes Beliefs: equality (including gender), no kneeling, no oaths, pacifists, anti-violence, plain clothes Large colony Large colony Freedom of worship Diverse population- German, Swedes, Fins Political: Penn held much power (nearly absolute) Elected assembly- to help govern English- held power of legal review and regulated trade Friendly relations with Indians

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