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1 The 13 Colonies New England, Middle, and Southern

2 New England Protestant Reformation Pilgrims at Plymouth Colony Massachusetts Bay Colony Connecticut Rhode Island

3 Massachusetts Bay Colony John Winthrop-led Puritans to Mass. Bay & became 1st governor (assembly) Puritans (Persecution) Witch Trials - 1692 Anne Hutchinson - questioned minister’s teachings fled to RI Town meetings- discuss issues & vote

4 Connecticut Thomas Hooker - said governor had too much power & wanted to limit govt. Wrote Fundamental Orders of Conn:1. vote to all men who were prop owners 2. limited governor’s power (rep govt)

5 Rhode Island Began by Roger Williams- spoke out against the leaders in Mass. Bay (too much power) Based on religious tolerance(let others practice their religion) Separation of church and state

6 Middle Colonies New York (New Netherlands) Proprietary colony cash crop cultural diversity Pennsylvania - Quakers

7 New York/New Netherland Settled as a trading center (furs- beavers) - religious freedom Settled by the Dutch- taken by the English w/ little fight New Jersey developed out of NY as a proprietary colony give land - receive payment

8 Pennsylvania Settled by William Penn - Quaker - Protestant reformers who believed that all people were equal, no war Protestants, Catholics, Jews flocked here

9 Southern Colonies Jamestown Cash crop Carolinas Maryland Georgia Slave codes

10 Carolinas rise of plantations -indigo, tobacco, cotton Slaves needed for plantations

11 Maryland Catholic settlement by Lord Baltimore built for religious freedom Act of Toleration- religious freedom for all Christians

12 Georgia James Oglethorpe settled it as a place where debtors could make a fresh start

13 Slave codes treated enslaved Africans as property not as human being

14 Propaganda is a specific type of message presentation directly aimed at influencing the opinions of people. It does not provide information in an impartial manner. Propaganda is usually seen in a political arena and is often sponsored by the government, political parties, or other interest groups. The key concept to remember about propaganda is that its purpose is to sway people’s opinions.


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20 Card stacking or Glittering Generalities Pro-War Commercial

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