Popular in Survey of the History of the United States to 1877
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Proprietary Colonies Chapter 2 I Overview a Definition b Proprietary Colonies order of settlement i Jamestown ii Plymouth iii Massachusetts Bay iv Maryland V South Carolina Vi North Carolina Vii New York Viii New Jersey ix Pennsylvania x Georgia 11 Maryland Charles 1 Queen Henrietta Maria Mixed Marriage a Motives religion amp economics b Proprietary Lord Baltimore i Catholic many Protestants moved to Maryland ii QuitRents in order to work the Lord s land you had to do a quitrent 1 Labor services rent iii Toleration Act limited religious freedom c Economy tobacco d Cecil Calvert 2nd Lord Baltimore used his ties with the queen and hers with the King to become a proprietor Named Maryland for her 1 Large expanse of time between founding of colonies because of changes in crown III Carolinas a Motives economic b 8 proprietors c Settlement i Barbados West Indies d Economy i South Carolina richer more diverse rice indigo and naval stores ii North Carolina poor soil tobacco furs skins cattle lumber and grain IV AngloDutch Wars a 3 wars b Dutch surrendered their land with the Treaty of Westminster V Colonies Carved from the New Netherlands a MidAtlantic Colonies i New York ii New Jersey iii Pennsylvania VI New York Duke of YorkBrother of Charles II a Development i Trading Ports on Hudson River ii New Amsterdam modern NYC b Economy Lumber Timber Cattle i Slow to develop VII New Jersey a Complicated history b Economy hemp gran hay Indian corn cattle amp shipbuilding c Duke of York gave it to friends who divided up VIII Pennsylvania William Penn a Motives Religion i Society of FriendsQuakers ii Unpopularitygt Egalitarianism everyone is equal Pacifists renounced violence amp Refused to Take Oaths Didn t wear jewelry sign of wealth Settlement Economy furs skins lumber amp timber Penn s father had lent the King money King couldn t pay it back so he made Penn a proprietor of a new colony in New 9906 England f Religious toleration g Became the richest colony in North America h Penn finished his life in poverty and in debtor s jail IX Georgia 1 Second Chance Colony a Motives i Strategic gt Bulwark Against Spanish Aggression protective barrier ii Philanthropic gt Asylum for Poor b Proprietor General James Oglethorpe c Settlement i Assistance to Poor trip was paid 1 If you were selected to travel headright passage system given 50 acre of land 2 Given free seed and tools for a year ii Rehabilitative Policies ban on rum amp brandy slavery prohibited 1 Didn t want the Spanish to rile up the slaves iii Cash Crops silk amp Wine 1 Wine Oglethorpe s interest in Wine was the reason a Seen as a temperance beverage iV FAILED X Georgia 11 a Changes in Settlement i Repealed ban on alcohol b Economy rice II III IV VI VII VIII IX Advent of the American Revolution Parliament s Initial Response to Growing Pressures for Revenue a Impact of the Seven Year s War b Sugar Act molasses coffee wine pimento c Stamp Act Response of the Local Assemblies a Stamp Act congress b Other types of opposition Renewed Parliamentary Efforts a Declaratory Act b Townshend Duties c Pattern of colonial opposition British Punishment of the Local Assemblies a Massachusetts Assembly prohibited from holding further meetings until debt was paid b New York Assembly didn t want to house troops stripped of power Violence In Boston a Boston Massacre first blood spilt Last Attempts to Tax Colonies Tea Act 3 Tea bought from India eliminated middleman b Tea was cheap so Britain raised the tax up to what the price was Punishment 3 Parliament s passage of the coercive intolerable acts b Troops ordered back into Boston c Boston port closed Spiraling Toward Revolution a First continental congress b Warfare battles of Lexington and Concord Advent of the Revolution a 2nd continental congress b Decided it was time to form an army
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