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Common Ingredients Original Life Savors Hard Candy Common ingredients Each Life Saver candy contains sugar, corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, citric acid and artificial coloring. Each Life Saver in the 5- flavor pack contains around 11 calories, 3 g of carbohydrate, 0 g fat and 0 g protein.
13 Colonies were like a pack of “life savers” All had common “British ingredients” but soon developed their own distinct flavors !
Common Ingredients Extensions of the Mother Country - MERCANTILISM All loyal British subjects and had ties to the crown All had charters to colonize /corp./crown/prop. Plymouth Colony Joint Stock Co. Royal Colony Proprietary Colony Charter
Most were courageous commoners Not a huge gap between rich and poor Debtors Farmers Indentured servants People Discontent with the old life wanted a new start Religious zealots Some were skilled craftsmen and gentry class adventures! Joint stock owners
Common ingredient Willing to Experiment Willing to try new forms of political participation and looked for new ways for the colony to survive in an fragile environment. Relied on hard work to survive. Owned the land they worked on. Self motivated! Willing to take a risk everything in order to gain a better way of life !
Flavor of Government Joint Charter Colonies – established by groups of settlers who had been given a charter, or grant of rights and privileges. These colonies elected their own governors and representatives. Proprietary Colonies– rules by individuals or groups to whom Britain had granted land rights. Power shared between proprietor and colonists. Royal or Crown Colonies – Britain directly rules these colonies. Governors were appointed by Parliament and did what Great Britain demanded. Only white men who owned property had the right to vote and represent colonists in elected assemblies.
Joint Stock - Charters – Governor could not veto acts of legislature – Gov. elected by voters Royal Charter – Gov. appointed by the King ruled directly by England /customized by colonists The Mayflower Compact The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut New England Government Massachusetts Royal Charter New Hampshire Royal Charter Connecticut Charter Rhode Island Charter
Proprietary – rule by proprietors Equality &Religious Tolerance Freedom of the Press Strong Courts Middle Colonies Government New York Royal Charter Pennsylvania Proprietary New Jersey Royal Charter Delaware Proprietary
Royal and Proprietary Charters. The House of Burgesses Colonies run for the profits of the Joint- Stock Company or Proprietors / lots of Direct trade with the the Mother Country Southern Colonies Government Maryland Proprietary Virginia Royal Charter North Carolina Royal Charter South Carolina ? Georgia Royal Charter
Common ingredients in Colonial Government Patterned after British Parliament Elected legislature Two House Assembly Upper House: richest / most important or educated men in the colony (some appointed) Lower House: (Assembly) members elected by the colonists. Laws had to be approved by both houses and the governor. Crown Colonies = King also had to approve laws!