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US HisPre Columbus

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US HisPre Columbus HIS 1043

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Eden Morar on Thursday October 29, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HIS 1043 at University of Texas at San Antonio taught by Bruce Daniels in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 23 views. For similar materials see /class/231315/his-1043-university-of-texas-at-san-antonio in History at University of Texas at San Antonio.

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Date Created: 10/29/15
Connecticut was founded by people from Massachusetts from people who wanted to stay in Massachusetts Connecticut river really good land Outside the jurisdiction of Massachusetts First constitution written in Connecticut Father of Connecticut Thomas Hooker River towns are Hartford Windsor Wethersfield Fundamental orders of Connecticut John Winiford junior to build entry to Connecticut river At Saybrook Some of the men bring their wives down to Saybrook amp becomes a settlement 1637 3 large boats come to Boston no available land 40 miles from Saybrook is where they land and they create new haven Wishes they can become apart of Massachusetts but they can t 1660 the king is back on the throne charles the 2nd Puritans executed charles the 15t Charters amp English law for Saybrook and New haven to be with Massachusetts Connecticut reps are good negotiators 3 judges left of the new haven regisides went to new haven and new haven was protecting them No government in new haven Meet twice a year once in Hartford amp once in new haven In 1662 Connecticut will become almost as big as Massachusetts All of the charters were based on the Merrimack river all charters were given out because they thought that the river went east amp west when it actually goes straight nort 4 companies own the land but none has actually been claimed because they re all fighting among themselves 1679 one royal colony of new Hampshire Almost everyone that s there are puritans Send ministers back and forth to purify the church and everything in the colony but they don t have control over the main government Doesn t have a government like the Connecticut and Massachusetts France becomes an ally against the newly developed and american independence Statue of liberty Iohn cabot1498 was one of the first people to explore the united states Lived in modern day italy First European to write down an analysis about new york harbor They are the European country that discovered new york Henry Hudson used cabot s intelligence was an Englishman but he was hired by the dutch named the Hudson river England seized Hudson s books and his discoveries so the English owned these findings by force New netherland was discovered in 1624 new country About the same size as EnglandEngland s rival Very tolerant very industrious dutch east company dutch west India companytwo companies in case one failed Begins a settlement of modern day manhattan new amsterdam These people don t speak dutch its like an off brand of dutch Fort orange modern day Albany some odd miles under the Hudson river No one wants to leave Holland so the English are more productive because the English people want to leave En land 1629 big ambiguous tradition to make people to go to new york city Patron system If any wealthy European wanted to live away pay for everything pay for transportation But bring 50 families and pay for these 50 families the Hudson people would give them a big slab of land by the Hudson river and you own that land and you can name it and own it and everything to that slab of land Company had plenty of land and they didn t care as long as they had people to have the land to keep going 1664 new netherland ends its existence Pursue an aggressive foreign polic 400 armed soldiers sent to the new netherland If you surrender everything stays the same no one dies and everything is fine No one wants to fight because they don t want to lose anything so new netherland surrenders and becomes New York in 1664 and easily flies into it James the 2nd is the last English king to be forced off the throne Asked a Dutch prince to come down and be their new king because he s married to an English princess Charles the 2quotd7s daughter is married to the Dutch prince


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