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Lesson 1: Part IV
English Colonization of North America, Phase II
|Shoemaker with a powerful belief that helped with the Quaker's success.
|Radical religious sect, upheaval during the English Civil War. Believed anyone's interpretation of the Scripture was as valid as anyone else's.
|Quaker, believed in the Inner Light. Eventually led the Quaker's to Pennsylvania.
|Delaware Indians. Penn learned to native tongue so he could trade with the Indians without any misinterpretations(Needed their land).
|Quaker attempt to establish a community for themselves in Pennsylvania.
|Anthony Ashley Cooper
|Persuaded Carolinians to invest their own capital; devised the Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina.
|(New York City) Dutch West India Company outpost on Manhattan Island.
|German American merchant and militia captain Jacob Leisler seized control of New York colony's south.
|Located in Craven County, did not trust the Barbadians.
|Caribbean Island which produced sugar and depended on slave labor. Became over populated and people turned to Carolina.
|Royal governor who had autocratic control over the New York colony.
|distributed large tracts of land to individuals, who in turn had rights to the land, its resources, and the people living on the land.
|Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina
|Cooper a created local aristocracy; "Balance of Government" between aristocracy and democracy.
|Frame of Government (Pennsylvania)
|Gave Penn the right to create any form of government he wanted.
|Quaker belief: people could attain greater spiritual perfection with the help of the Lord. Anyone could be saved.