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Objective: Analyze the effects of physical and human processes on the

Objective: Analyze the effects of physical and human processes on the

Objective: Analyze the effects of physical and human processes on the p ast and describe their impact on the p resent. How does history and physical geography explain patterns in Latin America today? Skill: Reading strategy to analyze expository text.

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Colonial Period

Colonial Period

Colonial Period. Early American Literature. Native American Literature. The earliest American Literature was composed by Native Americans. Much of Native American Literature was passed down orally. Native American tales were often mythological and/or folktales, such as Trickster tales.

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Colonial Period

Colonial Period

Colonial Period. Early American Literature. Native American Literature. The earliest American Literature was composed by Native Americans. Much of Native American Literature was passed down orally. Native American tales were often mythological and/or folktales, such as Trickster tales.

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Colonial Period

Colonial Period

Colonial Period. Standards 1-3. Jamestown, Virginia was founded in 1607 First permanent English settlement in North America A corporate colony, founded by the Virginia Company Investors hoped to make a profit from the colony. Virginia. Powhatan Indians. Hostile to new settlers

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Colonial Period

Colonial Period

Colonial Period. SOL VUS.2. New England Colonies. New England was settled by Puritans seeking freedom from religious persecution!. The Puritans formed a “covenant community” which was based on the principles of the Mayflower Compact and Puritan religious beliefs. Mayflower Compact.

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The Colonial Period

The Colonial Period

The Colonial Period. Chapter 2 Section 1. The Colonial Period. 1607 – Jamestown First permanent settlement in North America. An English Political Heritage. People came from many regions to North America in the 1600s English established and governed 13 colonies

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The Colonial Period

The Colonial Period

The Colonial Period. Chapter 2 Section 1. Movie Clips. http://www.history.com/topics/mayflower-compact/videos#deconstructed-mayflower http://www.history.com/topics/colonial-government-and-politics/videos#the-mayflower. Section 1. An English Political Heritage.

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The Colonial Period

The Colonial Period

The Colonial Period. ANTH 221: Peoples and Cultures of Mexico Kimberly Martin, Ph.D. Goals of Colonizing. Wealth for European Royalty Land, wealth for colonizers Wealth for the Catholic Church Converts for the Catholic Church. New Spain. Mexico was part of what was called New Spain.

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The Colonial Period

The Colonial Period

The Colonial Period. Visual Arts. Because colonists spent most of their time trying to survive in a new world, most of the art created was functional —created to be used in everyday life. Most of the functional art was also very beautiful.

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Georgia’s Colonial Period

Georgia’s Colonial Period

Georgia’s Colonial Period. Flipbook Information. 5 W’S CHART. WHO J.O. and the trustees were humanitarians (concerned about the well-being of others). Trustees are like managers. J.O. was a member of English Parliament (government). 5 W’S CHART. WHAT

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The Colonial Period

The Colonial Period

The Colonial Period. (1620-1750). The Colonial Period (Historical Context). When colonists arrived in the new land, they created villages and towns and established new governments (while protesting the old ways in Europe) The Mayflower (1620)

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