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Maryland By Jessica & Ganishah. Key Terms and People. 1 st Lord Baltimore – George Calvert 2 nd Lord Baltimore – Cecilius Calvert King Charles Catholics Religious Tolerance Act Proprietary Government Bacon’s Rebellion Tobacco. History. King Charles I of England

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Maryland by jessica ganishah

Maryland

By Jessica & Ganishah

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Key terms and people
Key Terms and People

  • 1st Lord Baltimore – George Calvert

  • 2nd Lord Baltimore – Cecilius Calvert

  • King Charles

  • Catholics

  • Religious Tolerance Act

  • Proprietary Government

  • Bacon’s Rebellion

  • Tobacco


History
History

  • King Charles I of England

  • George Calvert – 1st Lord Baltimore

  • Cecilius Calvert – 2nd Lord Baltimore

  • Catholics were looking for religious tolerance.

  • St. Clements Island

  • In 1649 the Religious Tolerance act was passed.

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Maryland by jessica ganishah

King Charles

Cecilius Calvert

George Calvert


Government
Government

1st proprietary government

Consisted of 2 houses

One of freeman

the other the governor and his council

Governor makes laws with the consent of the freeman landowners in the colony.

Legislative assembly created to consent to the laws passed by the governor.

Adopted a declaration of rights that defined the powers and duties of each branch of the government and was set to work to pass bills.

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Economy

Economy


Culture
Culture

  • George Calvert's (Lord Baltimore) son, Cecil Calvert (Lord Baltimore II) sought to establish haven for Roman Catholic in M.D.

  • Act of Tolerance was passed in 1649.

    • allowed Christians to practice their religion in the province and avoid unnecessary religious controversy.

  • In 1692 the Toleration Act was permanently repealed.

  • Puritans seized control of the colony.

  • Leading to a brief civil war that ended Lord Baltimore.

    • Loss of proprietary rights over MD in March 1655.

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Culture1
Culture

  • Social Class in Maryland

    • Gentry

    • Middle Class

    • Indentured Servants

    • Slaves

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Population

Population

141073 people by 1750


Bacon s rebellion
Bacon's Rebellion

Nathanial Bacon wanted to eliminate the Indians

  • Maryland was against the violence with Indians which aggravated Bacon.

  • Indians escaped to Maryland.

  • The rebellion marched though MD and attacked cabins.

  • The growing commercial competition of tobacco in Maryland included them in the infamous rebellion.

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Natives of maryland
Natives Of Maryland

  • Upon arrival, England settlers were accepted by native tribes.

  • King Charles I stated that native were to be eliminated.

  • Native helped the settlers with growing crops, healing remedies and the process of trade.

  • Settlers started to thrive economically however, the pop. of natives started to dwindle.

    • Nearly ninety percent of the Native pop. died out due to disease.

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Review
Review

  • Lord Baltimore

    • George Calvert, received the charter from King Charles I

  • Lord Baltimore II

    • Cecilius Calvert, founded MD.

  • King Charles I

  • Religious Tolerance Act

  • Propriety Gov't

  • Bacon's Rebellion

  • Tobacco

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