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The Thirteen Colonies

The Thirteen Colonies

The Thirteen Colonies. I. European Background Protestant Reformation English Reformation II. Northern Colonies (New England Colonies) Geography People (Religious and Political Roles) Economics. Causes Protestant Reformation

By Ava
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TAH – Year 1 Topic: African American Beginnings – Slavery, Culture and Contributions

TAH – Year 1 Topic: African American Beginnings – Slavery, Culture and Contributions

TEACHING AMERICAN HISTORY – ORANGEBURG 5 – YEAR 1. TAH – Year 1 Topic: African American Beginnings – Slavery, Culture and Contributions. Session Objectives: At the conclusion of the session, participants will be able to:

By elina
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Absolutism in England

Absolutism in England

Absolutism in England. Restoration to Glorious Revolution Section 3 (cont.). Life in the 17 th Century: Clothing. At the beginning of the 1600s there was only one word to describe the clothing of the upper classes. STIFF!. Early 17 th Century Clothing: Men.

By Ava
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S. Columb’s Cathedral

S. Columb’s Cathedral

S. Columb’s Cathedral. Londonderry Built 1633. A view of S. Columb’s Cathedral from outside the City Walls. The history of the Cathedral and the history of the City is very closely linked. To understand the history of the Cathedral we must also look at the history of the City.

By Lucy
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The Original 13 Colonies

The Original 13 Colonies

The Original 13 Colonies. Reasons why England valued its North American colonies. 1. The colonies supplied food and raw materials - $$$ 2. The colonies purchased large amounts of finished English goods - $$$. Reasons why England’s North American colonies could be problematic.

By issac
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W hat A re we L earning T oday?

W hat A re we L earning T oday?

W hat A re we L earning T oday?. To learn about famous pirates To think about life in the past To write a report based on facts. W hat I am L ooking F or. Good thinking – lots of good ideas Good research Good writing. Captain Blackbeard.

By elina
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The Struggle to Found Colonies

The Struggle to Found Colonies

The Struggle to Found Colonies. Lesson 1 Hard Times In Virginia. England’s rulers watched as their rival Spain established vast new colonies in the Americas. Queen Elizabeth I sent colonists to a place called Roanoke Island. Like the Spanish they hoped to find gold in the Americas.

By benjamin
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The Middle Colonies

The Middle Colonies

The Middle Colonies. Presented By: Kitti Angela Kimiko Noemi Meaghan Melody Grace. Setting the Stage…. Between 1640 and 1660, there was a power struggle between king and parliament in England. This postponed any further colonization.

By sai
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THE MIDDLE COLONIES

THE MIDDLE COLONIES

THE MIDDLE COLONIES. Included New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Demonstrated features that would later characterize American society as a whole. Least English of all the North American colonies. Most tolerant of religious and ethnic diversity. NEW NETHERLANDS.

By anitra
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Milton, Paradise Lost

Milton, Paradise Lost

Milton, Paradise Lost. Milton Bio and Background Information. Religion Blindness. Milton’s writings were heavily influenced by the political and religious climate of his day . Charles the First—1625 Civil War: Parliamentarians (Roundheads) vs. Royalists (Cavaliers) Oliver Cromwell

By fai
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The Thirteen Original Colonies

The Thirteen Original Colonies

The Thirteen Original Colonies. Who? What? When? Where? And Why?. Ms. Dalzell’s Fourth Grade Class. Objectives. Learn about each individual state. Learn the year of when each state was established. Label each state on a map and the year it was established.

By shina
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Chapter Three

Chapter Three

Chapter Three. Planting Colonies in North America, 1588-1701. Part One. Introduction. Chapter Focus Questions. How did the planting of colonies by European nations compare? What characterized the English and Algonquian colonial encounter in the Chesapeake?

By studs
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Settling the South

Settling the South

Settling the South. Chapter 7 Lesson 1 Pages 252-259. Objectives. Describe the location & physical setting of the Southern Colonies. Explain why the Southern Colonies were founded. Discuss how slavery affected the Southern Colonies. Vocabulary. Constitution – written plan of government

By badu
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New England

New England

New England. By Danielle Lapointe, Samantha Cohen, Lauren Chorniak, Adam Strachan, and Michelle Briffett. New England. Maine. Vermont. New Hampshire. Massachusetts . Connecticut . Rhode Island. Puritan Versus Separatist Beliefs. Both: Anglican Church= Roman Catholic Church Puritans:

By enan
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THE GROWTH OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIES

THE GROWTH OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIES

THE GROWTH OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIES. 1607-1760. Motivations for Colonization. Jamestown Economic prosperity Single men hoped to make fortunes in Virginia and return to England Previous explorers brought home tales of vast amounts of gold and other valuable resources English patriotism

By neron
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Ch 2: How England became rich from her colonies

Ch 2: How England became rich from her colonies

Ch 2: How England became rich from her colonies. Mercantilism: State directs economic activity National wealth increases Restricted imports Increased exports Hakluyt: Colonies can furnish tar, lumber, hemp & market for woolens Labor shortage ltds manufacture in Colonies

By wesley
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Thomas Hobbes

Thomas Hobbes

Thomas Hobbes. By Nicole Service, Christine Mountain, Jessica Trevisan, and Liz Guilmette. Born prematurely - April 5, 1588 in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, England Father was the vicar of Westport – fled to London after being involved in a brawl outside his own church

By demetrius
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THE MIDDLE COLONIES

THE MIDDLE COLONIES

THE MIDDLE COLONIES. Included New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Demonstrated features that would later characterize American society as a whole. Least English of all the North American colonies. Most tolerant of religious and ethnic diversity. NEW NETHERLANDS.

By emily
(225 views)

King Charles I and his Family

King Charles I and his Family

King Charles I’s wife, Queen Henrietta Maria, was said to be French, Catholic and trouble. . King Charles I was a very short man. The pillar behind draws the eye upwards and makes him look taller. The baby is Princess Mary. She and her brother are wearing tight fitting hats called biggins. .

By milos
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Modern European History I HIS-106

Modern European History I HIS-106

Modern European History I HIS-106. Unit 4 The rise of western Europe 1640-1715. Balance of Power. One of the major concerns of Europe beginning in the second half of the 17 th century dealt with the balance of power in Europe

By fancy
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