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chapter 3 colonies

Mr. Cutaia english colonies

John Winthrop(New England) formed Massachusetts, church representations elected
Thomas Hooker(New England) formed Connecticut, puritans
Roger Williams(New England) Rhode island, toleration for religions
puritans(New England) seven children, town meeting decide laws
Dutch surrendered New Netherlands to the English
proprietary colonies king gives land to proprietors
Quakers spoke out against war and refused to serve in the army
William Penn wanted Pennsylvania to have religious freedom
breadbasket colonies middle
back country land along eastern Appalachian mountains.
Bacon's Rebellion angry settlers that burned down Jamestown
New England ~ West Africa guns, gunpowder, cloth, tools
west Africa ~ west Indies slaves
west Indies ~ new England sugar, molasses
New England ~ West Indies livestock, lumber, flour, fish
Great Awakening religious movement holy spirit more important than education
Enlightenment logic and reasoning used by the wealthy.
great migration English settlers to New England during the 1630"s
charter contract giving the right to establish a colony
Created by: canny caileen