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1700s Week 6

by: SC_Grace Dillon

1700s Week 6 HIST 1100 - 01

SC_Grace Dillon
American History to 1865
michelle morris

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Taken October, 1 and about America in the 18th century.
American History to 1865
michelle morris
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Date Created: 10/02/15
Thursday October 1 2015 18th Century 1 Growth and diversity a Dramatic population growth b Natural increase births greater then deaths C Immigration i In the 1600s most immigrants came from England ii In the 1700s most immigrants were scotIrish German African 1 Most non African immigrants settle in the mid Atlantic and southern backcountry 2 Pennsylvania settled in 1681 a Originally William Penn s colony for Quakers persecuted in England i Originally settled by Quaker radical protestants b Most fertile land in the 1700s i Tons of employment opportunities c Major export was wheat d Philadelphia i Second largest city in the British Empire ii Many opportunities for craftsmen iii Americas most important port e 1600s colonists had been primarily Anglicans in the south and Puritans in the north i In the 1700s all colonies start to practice religious toleration 3 Rhode Island 1636 i Founded by Roger Williams 1 Religious toleration 4 Maryland 1634 i Initially established for Catholics 1 Although most people in Maryland were Protestant 5 New York 1664 i Tolerated everyone 1 As long as you kept it to yourself ii Trade was very important 1 Dutch East India Company 6 The deep south i Were constantly worries about the Spanish moving north to invade ii South Carolina and Georgia were religious tolerant 1 Except for Catholics 2 Georgia even excepted Jews 7 Stopping to compel conformity in the 1700s Thursday October 1 2015 a Congregation remained state supported until after the revolution in New England b The church of England was the state church in much of the south until 1780s c The colonies desperately needed settlers i Land rich labor poor ii German were members of the Pietisticsects 1 As colonies became more diverse they became more wealthy i We can see the increase of wealth in the 1700s by looking at the British customs records 1 Cash in the colonies were very rare 2 Measure in imports and exports ii Wealth was unevenly distributed by region and by family iii The 1700s wealth was very dependent on slavery 8 Consumer revolution a In the 1720s1740s refined British goods began to ood the American market b Gave people who usually had any differences a common important experience i TEA ii Part of the experience was choice iii The other part was being able to have the same goods as one s neighbors iv Or also the ability to show status 9 Economy s a Type of land and soil determined success b By the 1700s all regional economies depended to some extent on slavery 10 Navigation Acts a Intended to funnel lucrative trade with colonies through England


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