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HY 121, Week 3 Notes

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HY 121, Week 3 Notes HY 120

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These notes cover Conflicts of British fighting against North America
The United States To 1877
Pamela S. King
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jada Beckham on Thursday January 28, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HY 120 at University of Alabama at Birmingham taught by Pamela S. King in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 84 views. For similar materials see The United States To 1877 in History at University of Alabama at Birmingham.


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Date Created: 01/28/16
HY 121/ Week 3 Jan/26/Tuesday Conflicts of British fighting against North America Film: From Thanksgiving to King Phillips War  Justification of British  Natives sold into slavery/ or sent abroad  Samoset  Massasoit  Alliance with pilgrims-needs for alliances  Phillip was different-fought for his people o Later named King Phillip (chief)-for the younger generation  Blue Laws Continuation of Thursday  Anne Hutchinson- teaching bible studies in her home (broke the rules) o Challenged the clergy on what he had on her o Challenged the gender code that women do not go to heaven  Anne Hutchinson trial in Massachusetts Bay 1637 o John Winthrop governor of Massachusetts Bay and clergy interrogates Anne Hutchinson o He has a problem that she out does every time, meaning she has a better answer for each question he asks her o He thinks she is crazy King Phillips war What did the Puritans do to the Native Americans when they conquered?  The Puritans sold Native Americans into slavery, put on ships and them to Europe, Spain etc. o Didn’t think what they was doing was wrong but it existed in the bible  Believed that the Native Americans were savages not Christians so it made it easier to sell them as slaves  The English creates a caste/class system-based upon religion  King Phillip’s farther was the peace maker, opposite of Phillip  Puritans passes laws inside the colonies according to Christians values o Blue laws- ex) laws against buying liquor on Sunday before 12:00 o Passes laws to criminalize the Native Americans rituals and practices o Religion is a tool of war, and class o If you break the laws you are penalized  Great Swamp Massacre-burned the Native Americans alive o Reason was because they were uncivilized (savages)  King Phillip was shot by Indian mercenary (hired gun) o Chopped his head off and set on display for 20 years New England  Most religious  1640-70s experiencing crisis and change  The new generation of puritans are not that zealous (don’t care) as their parents and grandparents  New England puritans creates a new institution to deal with the change called Half Way covenant  They relaxed on child baptism  Trouble with economics o Capitalism is entering into New England  Triangular Trade- trade between 3 partied (New England, Africa, Caribbean, and Charleston, Savannah) o Need labor from Africa, sell them to Savannah, then sell them Caribbean for rum then sell it back to New England o This trade is about slaves and rum o Operates off a mercantilism-France  Idea of mercantilism is it isn’t enough goodies to go around  About survival  Self-sufficiency (protecting your group)  aggression  Twin pillars- puritans religion and capitalism/slaves and rum


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