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Hisroty 1311, 002, Tuesday 9.14.16 Notes

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Hisroty 1311, 002, Tuesday 9.14.16 Notes 1311-002

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Date Created: 09/16/16
9.14.16 Wednesday  Life in the English Colonies *The glorious revolution in 1688 established parliamentary supremacy and secured the protestant secession to the throne. *Rather than risk a catholic succession through James II, a group of English aristocrats invited  the Dutch Protestant William of Orange to assume the throne. *The overthrow of James II entrenched the notion that liberty was the brightening of all  enlighten *Parliament issued a Bill of Rights such as trial jury  *Parliament adopted the Toleration act 1690 which allowed protestant Dissenters to worship  freely although only Anglicans could hold public office. *Witch trials occurred. Women were executed based on superstitions  Diversity  *In the Eighteenth century African and non­English European arrivals skyrocketed. *As England´s economy improved, large –scale migration was draining labor from the mother  country. *Efforts began to stop emigration. *London believed colonial development bolstered the nation’s power and wealth. *Fifty thousand convicts were sent to the Chesapeake to work in tobacco fields. Germans The German migration *Germans 110000 in all formed the largest group of newcomers from the European continent *Germans tended to travel in entire families. *Migration greatly enhanced the ethnic and religious diversity in Britain´s colonies. *Most colonies did not adhere to separation of church and state. *Taxes were levied to pay for ministers. *Catholics and Jews could not vote nor hold office in most colonies. *Jews, however, were able to escape the rigid religious restrictions of German­speaking parts of  Europe. *Other liberties also attracted settlers. *Availability of land *Lack of military draft. *Absence of restrains on economic opportunity.  *Indian communities were well integrated into the British imperial system. *Traders, British officials, and farmers all viewed Indians differently. *The walking purchase of 1737 used decent to gain more land from Pennsylvania Indians. Consumer Revolution *Great Britain eclipsed the Dutch in the eighteenth century as leader in trade. *Colonial products like coffee and tea. *Manufactured goods such as linen, metal ware, pins, ribbons, glassware, ceramics, and clothing. Colonial Cities  *Spanish colonial cities such as Mexico City were much more populated than British colonies. *Cities served mainly as gathering places for agricultural goods and for imported items that were distributed. Colonial Artisans  *The city was home to a large population of artisans. *Myer Myers was a Jewish silversmith from NY, whose career reflected the opportunities open  to men of diverse backgrounds in colonial cities. *Despite the influx of British goods, American craftsmen benefited from the expanding  consumer market. *Trade unified the British Empire and connected I to other parts. The colonial Elite *Expanding trade created merchants to be an upper class. *South planters became wealthy. *America had no titled aristocracy. *1770 Virginian upper classes inherited their wealth.


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