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profcivitella.wordpress.com. Mercantilism & the Quakers: making money and being nice . featuring a Q&A between 80s WWF wrestlers. Students will learn about. Mercantilism The Quakers beliefs William Penn Pennsylvania. Hacksaw Jim Duggan wants to know.
Mercantilism & the Quakers: making money and being nice
featuring a Q&A between 80s WWF wrestlers
Can someone please explain the mercantile system to me?
The mercantile system..
was an economic system based on trade and turning cheap natural resources into expensive finishedproducts
saw the English become richer and more powerful because they had access to the colonies (and their raw materials/people who would buy their finished products)
had the state control aspectsof trade and manufacturing as to maximize profits (e.g., would allow monopolies; heavily tax)
was successful only if you exported more than you imported
aimed to keep gold and silver inside the state
used gold and silver to invest in their navy to control the seas
said all raw materials coming from the colonies needed to be shipped via an English ship
gave the state first dibs on materials
wanted to keep foreign competitors out
high taxes on foreign ships
all trade between England and colonies needed to be done on an English/colonial ship
Navigation Act of 1651 prohibited foreign vessels from engaging in coastal trade in England and required that all goods imported from the continent of Europe be carried on either an English vessel or a vessel registered in the country of origin of the goods.
I love me some oatmeal... do you know anything about the guy on the oatmeal box?
You meanWilliam Penn... the founder of Pennsylvania and perhaps the most infamous Quaker of all time?Well, Penn wanted to establish a land that was accepting of all Christian religions and treated all people as equals—natives, slaves. “A free colony for all man kind.”
What about the Quakers? What were they all about?
They believed that liberty was universal (i.e., didn’t need to own land in order to be free). They also believed that anyone who believed in God had a place in Pennsylvania (even Jews, but they were restricted in terms of participation in government). And just like the Puritans, Quakers didn’t drink, curse, sleep around, or engage in cock fighting. Being virtuous was key in Penn’s Pennsylvania.
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The year was 1987…
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William Penn owned all Pennsylvania land but unlike your typical land speculators of the day, Penn sold his land at a low price
male taxpayers/land owners were able to vote
majority of early settlers were Quakers
Pennsylvania was such a haven for freedom that it eventually was overrun by people who didn’t share the same values as the Quakers—mistreatment of natives, pro-slavery, narrow minded about religion
Mercantilism is an economic system that helped England become a global power in the 17th-18th centuries
used the colonies raw materials to make more expensive finished products, then trade with Africa/sell to others
gold and silver = #thekeytowinningmercantilism
strict laws were created to protect the state/maximize $$$
Quakers were similar to Puritans in values—no cursing, drinking, etc.—but more relaxed in terms of religious practice
Quakers were among the first groups to speak out against slavery and preach equality
William Penn wanted to create a land in the New World where all people were everyone was accepted—slaves, natives--Pennsylvania