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HY 121 Week 4 Notes

by: Jada Beckham

HY 121 Week 4 Notes HY 120

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These notes cover the Mid 1600s and England settles its domestic issues
The United States To 1877
Pamela S. King
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jada Beckham on Tuesday February 2, 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 73 views. For similar materials see The United States To 1877 in History at University of Alabama at Birmingham.


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Date Created: 02/02/16
HY 121/ Week 4 Feb/02/Tuesday Mid 1600s/ England settles its domestic issues  England is in charge (remember)  Purpose of colonies it to make the empire richer  Focus on illegal trade (triangular trade and all of illegal trades)  Passes a series of Navigation Acts beginning of 1660 ( 3 acts) o Purpose is to reconsert control over colonial colonies o 1)only English or colonial merchants could engage in trade in the colonies o 2)only certain products could be sold only in England o 3)all foreign goods going into the colonies  1696 England passes another bill to enforce the Navigation Acts  Salem Witch trials- accused and killing women for being a witch o The catholic was a part of this/ trying to find evil o Targets against women, Muslims and Jews o A few women, males and black men were killed in Salem o They test a witch by throwing you in a lake and if sunk you’re not a witch How England is going to resort control political?  Removing a certain officials that the colonies elected themselves  Begin to pose local taxes What the population looks like by the early 1700s  By the 1700s there were 250,000 whites in the American colonist  By 1775 the population grew to 2.5 million  Half of the population is under 16 years of age  By the 1700s the American colonies are increasing as less English and more American  The Scott Irish despised the English o The English tortured, killed and starved them  Native Americans and the slaves holds the balance of power  Poor and rich people are going to think revolution is a good idea Enlightment Theory  John Wesley comes out of the Enlightment period  A movement about ideas  Starts in France spreads throughout Western colonies  Radical thinkers


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