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HIS 108 Middle colonies study guide

by: Allison Honerkamp

HIS 108 Middle colonies study guide HIS 108

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Study guide for the middle colonies
History of the U.S. through 1876
Jane Calvert
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Allison Honerkamp on Sunday January 31, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to HIS 108 at University of Kentucky taught by Jane Calvert in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 22 views. For similar materials see History of the U.S. through 1876 in History at University of Kentucky.


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Date Created: 01/31/16
Middle Colonies  New York, 1674 (royal)  West Jersey, 1674 (proprietary, purchased by Quakers; 1702  royal)  East Jersey, 1674 (proprietary, Quakers and Scots; merged   with West Jersey in 1702, became royal)  Pennsylvania, 1681 (proprietary, Penn family; governed by   Quakers)  Three Lower Counties, 1701 (a.k.a. Delaware; officially part of   Pennsylvania, but independently governed)    Themes  Religious and ethnic diversity  Political and religious radicalism and dissent  Quaker constitutionalism in PA   Spiritual democracy, pacifism, constitutional change Theocracy  (ecclesiastical government writ large)      Unity and dissent (tyranny or anarchy)      Quaker politicians      Liberty of conscience      Benevolence and civil law as missionizing        Sick­poor        Penal law and prison reform        Enslaved and free blacks    Indian relations        Economics         Pacifism             Events  Rise of Whigs and Tories  Zenger Trial in New York, 1734­1735  Conflict in the Quaker colonies    West Jersey constitution, 1677    Pennsylvania constitutions, 1681, 1683, 1693, 1696,  none,  1701  The “Quakerization” of Pennsylvania, 1701­1776  French and Indian (Seven Years’) War, 1756­1763  Quaker Reformation, 1756  Paxton Riot, 1763­64  Campaign for Royal Government, 1764           


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