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History Chap 3

Hows life future me?

Know the Mayflower Compact The document of the Mayflower Compact are very similar to our constitution
Know the difference between the colony of Providence and the Puritan colony of Massachusetts Roger Williams' colony of Providence allowed people of different religious beliefs in his colony while others did not
Know about the Quakers of Pennsylvania, their beliefs and actions Their beliefs and actions were prediction of the American Revolution
Know the levels of freedom which each colony offered to the people Georgia-Many Rules Pennsylvania-Offered most freedom Virginia-Most motivated to make a profit Massachusetts-Separatists & Puritans
Why were the Southern colonies unique? They were unique because they were the only ones who had tobacco plantations
Know about the English debtors James Oglethorpe meant for Georgia's colony to be settled by the English debtors
Know the difference between indentured servants and African slaves Indentured servants had to pay/work off a debt to earn their freedom. African slaves were bought and auction and not able to work off their freedom
Make sure you know what the New England colonies had in common What the New England colonies had in common was they were all self governed
Know the difference between the church leaders, the king of England, the English governor, and elected assembly Church leaders-Preached the word of god The king of England-Tried to set rules in colonies Elected assembly9-They made most laws in the colonies
Know who founded the English colonies The English colonies were founded by people with various goals ,from making money to following their faith
Be able to describe diffrent enviroments of the colonies Southern-long hot summers and mild winters Middle-rich soil to valleys and wooded mountains New England-Harsh winters and rocky highlands
Know about the government of each colony and which was most motivated to make a profit Some were self governed, ruled by religious leaders, or a powerful general assembly, but only one to be ruled by a British - appointed governor was the government of New York. Virginia was most motivated to make a profit.
Be able to describe the Sepratists Separatists wanted to separate from the English church and form their own congregations and they shared religious beliefs
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