AMH2010 Ch.4-5

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  1. Headright
    50 free acres for every person you bring to the New World
  2. Enclosure
    fencing off the land for the lord
  3. What were the four types of indentured servants?
    • traditional
    • free willers/redemptioners
    • convicts
    • orphans
  4. traditional indentured servant
    • signs contract in Old World
    • gets freedom dues
  5. free willer or redemptioner indentured servants
    • IOU with ship captain
    • gets on Soul Drive in New World
    • signs contract in New World
  6. convict indentured servants
    state sold them to colonies
  7. orphan indentured servants
    the ones who lived served for both their own time and their parents' time
  8. English Poor Law of 1601
    If you don't pay your debt you go to jail
  9. 1624
    King James makes VA a royal colony
  10. Virginia:
    Governor, political structure, date
    • Gov. William Berkeley
    • Privy Counsel and House of Burgesses
    • 1624
  11. Bacon's Rebellion
    1676
  12. Henry VIII
    • Act of Supremacy
    • Anglican
    • 1509
  13. Edward VI
    • Anglican
    • 1547
  14. Mary I
    • Catholic
    • 1555
  15. Elizabeth I
    • Act of Uniformity
    • Anglican
    • 1558
  16. James I
    • Anglican
    • 1603
  17. Charles I
    • Anglican
    • dissolves Parliament
    • 1625
  18. Oliver Cromwell
    • English Civil War
    • 1640
  19. Richard Cromwell
    • Puritan
    • 1658
  20. Charles II
    • The Restoration of monarchy
    • Anglican
    • 1660
  21. James II
    • Anglican
    • 1685
  22. The Restoration
    1660
  23. English Civil War
    1640
  24. Reformation
    • 1517
    • Catholic turning Protestant
  25. Separatist Puritans
    • pilgrims
    • wanted to separate from everywhere
  26. Plymouth Colony
    1620
  27. Who helped the pilgrims survive? From what tribe?
    Squanto of Wampanoag
  28. Massachusetts Bay
    • 1630
    • John Winthrop
    • "city on a hill"
  29. Laws of Massachusetts (definition)
    you will be exiled if you do not follow ten commandments
  30. Rhode Island
    • separation of church and state
    • 1644
    • Roger Williams
  31. New Hampshire
    • Grace
    • John Wheelright
    • 1638
  32. Connecticut
    • Pequot War
    • voting rights
    • Thomas Hooker
    • 1638
  33. patroonships
    • 18 miles=50 families
    • New York
  34. New Jersey
    • royal colony
    • Fenwick and Byllynge
    • 1674
  35. Pennsylvania
    • equality
    • William Penn
    • 1681
  36. Delaware
    • protect water route to PA
    • William Penn
    • 1682
  37. Two Chesapeake colonies
    Virginia and Maryland
  38. Maryland
    • sold land to all after no takers headrights
    • Act for Religious Toleration
    • George Calvert (Lord Baltimore)
    • 1634
  39. Act for Religious Toleration
    1649
  40. Three Southern Colonies
    Georgia and North/South Carolina
  41. Georgia
    • Buffer between Spain and colonies
    • James Oglethorpe
    • 1732
  42. North/South Carolina
    • split for Barbados
    • South - rice
    • North - lumber
    • John Coileton
    • 1663
  43. Stono Rebellion
    1739
  44. Triangular Trade
    based on mercantilism, all to support motherland
  45. Navigation Act of 1660
    Colonial goods to motherland must be sold on English ships. crew has to be 75% British, All goods must be sold to motherland
  46. Navigation Act of 1663
    All goods must pass through British port
  47. Navigation Act of 1670
    All goods must first pass through England
  48. 6 reasons for decline in religion in Massachusetts
    • losing money
    • denominational rivalry
    • sleep
    • drinking
    • entertainment
    • deism
  49. 3 beliefs of deism
    • People can reason
    • Universal truths
    • Laws of nature
  50. Great Awakening
    1730

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