HIS202 week 3
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Bacon’s Rebellion (1676) Further west in Virginia (population) Bacon is wealthy Gets support from Farmers Thousands of people march into Jamestown, Virgina Berkley uses militia Ultimately fails Leads to 3 results: o The government in Virginia appeases complaints of Westerners o Reform government o Encourages trend Indentured servants to African slaves higher rate of living Proprietary Colonies A colony given by a crown to a family as a reward. The Carolinas Rice Production Religion in Plantation Colonies The New England Colonies o Religious Background: o Anglicanism o Puritanism o Separatism The Church of England (Anglicans) Puritanism Reformers within the Anglican church Pilgrims or Separatists Puritans & The Massachusetts Bay Colony 1630 King James Anne Hutchinson Puritan dissident Governor Jonathan Winthrop Roger Williams Growth of Massachusetts Bay Colony and of religious control. Decline of theocracy & turmoil within New England King Philip’s War Heritage of New England’s Religious Traditions New England Economy Influences of ministers in New England much greater Religious practices Literacy universal, public education Participatory government resolve matters in courts Puritans emphasizes behavior heavy emphasis on moral movements, social reform Do not use slaves for labor The middle colonies & the “Atlantic world” New Netherlands & New York Founding Dutch control (1624) Relations with Native Americans English control Diversity Dutch Fur Trade Depended on Native population (Beaver hats) 1664 Duke of York New Amsterdam Harbor, Take over Colonial New York European population Slavery Economy Pennsylvania Founding Willian Penn Population Relation with Native Americans th The 18 Century: The colonies come of age Population growth 250,000 1775 over 2.5 million high birth rate immigration Growth of cities o Scale and significance o Size, locations o Backcountry Location and population Religious & political Character Institutionalization of African Slavery Atlantic slave trade Nature of colonial slavery Population Growth Size Composition Significance
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