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Juana Rosario Moreno-Espinoza
Cal State Fullerton

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Unit 1 Review 1) inferior people who could be exploited. 2) Gold, Natural resources, land, wealth 3) dispute over the denominations of Catholicism and the Church of England 4) British sent many ships to America to establish colonies. Also many British came to the new world for religious reasons. The Pilgrims and Puritans were the more prominent immigrants. 5) just looking for profit and individual economic gain. tobacco to produce one of the most important cash crops in the Chesapeake Bay, producing wealthy merchants. 6) first governing document of Plymouth colony. 7) Puritans and Quakers who were the pilgrims from Europe 8) Georgia was tolerant for all religions (except Jew's) 9) an uprising in 1676 in the Virginia Colony, led by Nathaniel Bacon, a wealthy planter. It was the first rebellion in the American colonies in which discontented frontiersmen took part. The uprising was a protest against Native American raids on the frontier. 10) The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut. 11) left their country and sailed to America to escape intolerance of their religious beliefs. But when they get to America they persecute others just as they had been persecuted. So they're hypocrites.... 12) He founded Rhode Island for separation of Church and State. He believed that the Puritans were too powerful and was ordered to leave the Massachusetts Bay Colony for his religious beliefs. 13)1643- Formed to provide for the defense of the four New England colonies, and also acted as a court in disputes between colonies. 14) an economic system to increase a nation's wealth by government regulation of all of the nation's commercial interests 15) lowered tobacco prices. controlled trade 16) create a colony where Quakers could practice religion freely, and any other religion may practice. He named the city Philadelphia meaning the city of brotherly love. 17) began to diminish and indentured servants were arising 18) conflicts between political and religious groups 19) Jonathan Edwards, George Whitefield, Theodore Frelinghuysen, and William and Gilbert 20) self-strength, control, self-power, self-reliance, own choice, life of dignity in accordance with one’s values, capable of fighting for one’s rights, independence, own decision making, being free, awakening, and capability 21) English Pilgrims seeking religious freedom 22) people in the American colonies lived in houses as comfortable as those in Europe. Wealthy people had finely carved furniture, wallpaper, china, silver and crystal and chairs were common. 23) Truth could not be libel 25) consisted of royal, proprietary, democratic, and self-governing. 26) statesman. politician, political activist, printer  27) one who acted "upon new principles" 28) Samuel Adams and other colonial leaders organized opposition to British authority. Many colonists showed disloyalty by failing to support the war effort 29)stamp act: An act of the British Parliament in 1756 that exacted revenue from the American colonies by imposing a stamp duty on newspapers and legal and commercial documents. Colonial opposition led to the act's repeal in 1766 and helped encourage the revolutionary movement against the British Crown 30)  the westward movement of English settlers 31) Delegates from different colonies held a protest meeting in New York. The Sons of Liberty threatened tax officials. 32) To tax people without their consent violated English law. 33) the Massachusetts Circular Letter. John Dickinson's Letters From a Farmer in Pennsylvania. Colonial boycotts of British goods. The Gaspe incident 34) Parliament's efforts to improve the profits of the British East India Company 35) People should not pledge allegiance to a king and a corrupt government 36) The Enlightenment was a revival of philosophical thought in which principles of learning, 37) hated him .. went against him 38) Published in 1776, Common Sense challenged the authority of the British government and the royal monarchy. 39) colonists were unhappy with the rules that England was giving them. Representatives from different colonies discussed how much control British Parliament should have over the colonies and agreed that Britain was passing laws that it had no right to pass. 40) Published in 1776, Common Sense challenged the authority of the British government and the royal monarchy. 41) They gained independance,and land. 42) Independance because as Thomas Paine said, it was rediculous that a small island govern such a large continent. 43) The shift from an English nationalistic point of view to a patriotic view. The problem was unsolvable 44) did nothing to change the composition of elite-dominated state legislatures. 45) State governments look after the developmental needs of their people and territory only. Central government is responsible for the security of whole country. 46) an attempt to prevent the colonists from going west and passed the Appalachian Mountains 47)was a prime source of military aid in the form of arms, leaders - Lafayette/Rochambeau, and most importantly a navy (all in sequential order). France essentially gave the Americans the ability to beat the British in every form of battle. 48) goals of marriage and motherhood were the only realistic options available for American women prior to the Revolutionary War 49) is a religious philosophy which holds that reasonand observation of the natural world, without the need for organized religion, can determine that the universe is the product of a creator. 50) many colonists, especially those living on the eastern seaboard far from the conflict, didn’t particularly feel like fighting Britain’s wars. Many colonial legislatures refused to support the war wholeheartedly until leading British statesman William Pitt offered to pay them for their expenses. 51) marketing, made an increase in slavery. 52) providing families with motivation to increase production. desire to own land. 53) Congregational churches are Protestant Christian churches practicing Congregationalist church governance, in which each congregation independently and autonomously runs its own affairs. Presbyterianism is a branch of Protestant Christianity that adheres to the Calvinist the logical tradition and whose congregations are organized according to a Presbyterian polity. 54) all of the food and housing around the people 55) “The world is my country, all mankind are my brethren, and to do good is my religion.” 56) Puritans fled England for fear of religious persecution. 57) meeting occurred at the gates of the Governor's Mansion 58) He was a minister and was said to be spreading new yet dangerous thoughts about religion. So he founded Rhode Island in search of a place for free religious practice. Williams believed in separation of church and state and religious freedom for everyone. Puritan leaders hated his way of thinking and exiled him. 59) industrialization 60) British excuse to the First Continental Congress when they asked for representation in Parliament in the Suffolk Resolves, also known as the first olive branch petition 61) The colonists ignored the stamp act and boycotted all British goods until the Parliament agreed to let the colonies have representation in the Parliament. "No taxation without representation!" was their slogan 64) Because tobacco cultivation requires large tracts of fertile land, it led to rapid expansionism  in the region 65) Ensure an adequate supply of ministers 66) It enabled poor people to seek opportunity in America 67) The baptism of children of baptized but unconverted Puritans 68) Administered local governments through justices of the peace 69) The state was an improper and ineffectual agency in matters of spirit 70)women of new england 71) was a Christian revitalization movement that swept Protestant Europe and British America,  and especially the American colonies in the 1730s and 1740s, leaving a permanent impact on  American religion. 72) Granted religious freedom to all Christians who accepted the Trinity 73) Armed struggles spread to North America 74)  required each community of 50 or more families to provide a teacher of reading and writing 75) The taxation of the American colonists without their consent 76) A remarkable diversity in customs and cultures 77)The rehabilitation of prisoners 78) An increase in the taxes levied on the colonies 79) Representative Government 80) Achieve colonial unity and common defense against the French threat


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