Navigation Acts . No country could trade with the colonies unless the goods were shipped in either colonial or English ships All vessels had to be manned by crews of that were at least three-quarters English or colonial
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Dominion of New England
Sir Edmund Andros
Power of the purse
Mercantilism: a nation could increase its wealth and power by obtaining as much gold and silver as possible or establishing a favorable balance of trade
Navigation Acts: Passed to tighten England’s control over colonial trade & enhance the system if mercantilism
Glorious Revolution: change in leadership in England, granting more power to Parliament
Read Nehemiah Grew’s Quote on page 70 & make a prediction about the colonies’ future.