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LCC1- Colonial

Colonial Period

John Winthrop A Model of Christian Charity
John Smith The General History of Virginia
Cotton Mather Pillars of Salt, The Wonders of the Invisible World
Thomas Harriot Brief and True Report
William Bradford Of Plymouth Plantation
Samson Occom "A Short Narrative of My Life"
Olaudah Equiano The Interesting Narrative
Anne Bradstreet "Upon the Burning of Our House", "The Tenth Muse”
Phillis Wheatley “On Being Brought from Africa to America", Poems on Various Subjects
Michael Wigglesworth “The Day of Doom”
Thomas Paine Common Sense
Thomas Jefferson Notes on the State of Virginia, The Declaration of Independence
Benjamin Franklin Poor Richard's Almanac
J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur Letters from an American Farmer
Jonathan Edwards Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
Genres (Diaries) Early diaries listed the daily struggles faced by the Colonists and highlighted the wildness of America and their brushes with diseases and the wilderness.
Genres (Sermons) o Proclaimed the historical and moral importance of the Colonies. o Colonies as a Puritan religious example. o Attacks on witchcraft.
Genres (Histories) Histories
Main TOPICS & Themes  Ideas and Theories of the Enlightenment  Freedom of Religion  Native American / Colonial Relations  African Slave Trade  English Monarchy  Puritan concept of ‘innate depravity’ and ‘predestination’ and ‘destiny’
Historical Background 1607-1765
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