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  1. Thursday, Sept. 26 1. Get out your History Spiral put your binder on the floor 2. Update your Table of Contents if you did not yesterday Date Title Entry # 9/23 Warm-Ups Sept. 23-27 19 9/23 13 colonies cartoon notes 20 9/24 Colonial Economics video 21 9/24 Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade notes 22 9/24 Roots to Representative Government notes 23 3. Turn to entry # 19: Write and answer the following: #4 Sept., 9/26 – Look at the map on p. 104. Which Southern colonies grew both rice and indigo?

  2. Roots of Representative Government • Magna Carta*1215 – guaranteed rights to noblemen -property could not be seized, could not be taxed, jury trial, witness to be put on trial 4 Questions and a summary

  3. Roots of Representative Government • Magna Carta *1215 – guaranteed rights to noblemen -property could not be seized, could not be taxed, jury trial, witness to be put on trial • Parliament *England’s chief law making body – colonist role model for representative government (House of Burgesses) 4 Questions and a summary

  4. Roots of Representative Government • Magna Carta *1215 – guaranteed rights to noblemen -property could not be seized, could not be taxed, jury trial, witness to be put on trial • Parliament *England’s chief law making body – colonist role model for representative government (House of Burgesses) III. English Bill of Rights * agreement to respect the rights of English citizens and Parliament 4 Questions and a summary

  5. Roots of Representative Government • Magna Carta *1215 – guaranteed rights to noblemen -property could not be seized, could not be taxed, jury trial, witness to be put on trial • Parliament *England’s chief law making body – colonist role model for representative government (House of Burgesses) III. English Bill of Rights * agreement to respect the rights of English citizens and Parliament *King/Queen could not cancel laws or impose taxes without consent of Parliament 4 Questions and a summary

  6. Roots of Representative Government • Magna Carta *1215 – guaranteed rights to noblemen -property could not be seized, could not be taxed, jury trial, witness to be put on trial • Parliament *England’s chief law making body – colonist role model for representative government (House of Burgesses) III. English Bill of Rights * agreement to respect the rights of English citizens and Parliament *King/Queen could not cancel laws or impose taxes without consent of Parliament *No excessive fines or punishment 4 Questions and a summary

  7. Roots of Representative Government • Magna Carta *1215 – guaranteed rights to noblemen -property could not be seized, could not be taxed, jury trial, witness to be put on trial • Parliament *England’s chief law making body – colonist role model for representative government (House of Burgesses) III. English Bill of Rights * agreement to respect the rights of English citizens and Parliament *King/Queen could not cancel laws or impose taxes without consent of Parliament *No excessive fines or punishment -People could complain about gov’t without fear of being punished 4 Questions and a summary

  8. Roots of Representative Government • Magna Carta*1215 – guaranteed rights to noblemen -property could not be seized, could not be taxed, jury trial, witness to be put on trial • Parliament *England’s chief law making body – colonist role model for representative government (House of Burgesses) III. English Bill of Rights * agreement to respect the rights of English citizens and Parliament *King/Queen could not cancel laws or impose taxes without consent of Parliament *No excessive fines or punishment *People could complain about gov’t without fear of being punished *Government was to based on laws passed by Parliament, not on desires of the ruler 4 Questions and a summary

  9. Roots of Representative Government IV. Salutary Neglect *Hands off policy -Trade, use of money, and apprentice laws that were passed in England were not enforced in the colonies 4 Questions and a summary

  10. Roots of Representative Government • Salutary Neglect *Hands off policy -Trade, use of money, and apprentice laws that were passed in England were not enforced in the colonies -Colonists got used to acting on their own 4 Questions and a summary