HY 103 week 3 notes
HY 103 week 3 notes HY 103
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HY 103 week 3 lecture notes September 7, 2016 Key question: how did the early colonies compare to one another? The colonies were sometimes similar but also different politically, socially, and economically Key terms: Anne Hutchinson – a Puritan spiritual adviser, mother of 15, and an important participant in the Antinomian Controversy that shook the infant Massachusetts Bay Colony from 1636 to 1638 Nathaniel Bacon – a colonist of the Virginia Colony, famous as the instigator of Bacon's Rebellion of 1676; he wanted more land and needed the indigenous people gone in order to get the land William Berkeley – royal governor of Virginia, firmly opposed to the killing of indigenous people, he also wants the “common man” to work as laborers instead of enslaved people Chesapeake – an inlet of the Atlantic, in Maryland and Virginia. 200 miles long Virginia colony The first women settlers and slaves arrive in Virginia in 1610 and 1619 respectively Berkeley declares that Bacon is guilty of treason for the rebellion Edmund Morgan says “slavery predates agreements about who is black and who is white” Winthrop Jordan says “agreements about race happened long before slavery in America” Virginia and Maryland is rural land where tobacco is produced and sold Ways colonies were set up: Joint stock company – colony is set up by a company (Virginia) Proprietary government – charter is held by individual or group (Maryland) Land grant – colony is set up via a grant (Plymouth) New England colonies Largely inhabited by people able to pay their way to Americas Solid middle class Balanced male/female ratio Generally came for religious reasons Known for fish, not crops Quality of life is much better than the Chesapeake
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