Test 1 Review
Test 1 Review 1311
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Date Created: 10/11/15
Review 0 Modern man move out of Central Africa to the middle east 0 Ice age 20000 BC 0 Indians in the Southwest Woodlands Indians Mississippi River Valley 15th Century 1400 0 Portuguese were the originators of slavery Christopher Columbus and the Columbian exchange 0 Syphilis went from the new world to the old world 16th Century 0 Age of Discovery 0 New Nation States Portugal France Indian Spain John Calvin believed in predestination Henry VII weak and unable to rule 0 Henry VIII Divorced caused the breaking of the catholic church The three orders in church Jesuits o Founded by Loyola 0 Known to be fearless o Missionary work Dominicans 0 Most powerful at a time Franciscans 0 Dedicated to the poor Jamestown First successful British colony Tobacco Bacons Rebellion Bad country farmers against aristocratic land owners Indentured Servants 0 From England 0 Sign contract roughly 7 years 0 After the contract they are freed Slaves Deal with the Dutch to get African slaves 1808 Slavery became illegal King James o Bisexual 0 King James Bible 0 Power over foreign policy 0 War against the parliament Chadesl 1640 Civil War 0 Aristocrat amp Parliaments o Anglicans and The King 0 Son of King James 0 Lost the civil war to Oliver Cromwell Beheaded Charles II Rejecting strict puritanism Lasted 1685 Dies and James II takes over James II 0 Catholic 0 At the time England was Anglican 0 So led to a war 0 Williams and Mary win the war protestant New World Pilgrims have problems 0 Don t know how to build shelters hunt etc 0 Boston 0 John Winthrop 0 Massachusetts bay colony the rst major settlement Roger Williams 0 Separation of church and state 0 Religious toleration Rhode Island William Penn 0 Pennsylvania 0 Quakers SocialEquality Religioustoleralism New Netherlands Amsterdam 0 Banking Financing etc 0 New York Duke of York Taken from the Dutch by the British Salem Witch Trials 0 1690 o Belief of witchcraft was ending 0 Educationscience Natural causes vs Supernatural causes Atlantic 19005 0 6 million slaves Benjamin Franklin 0 Published Richard Almanac Lead gure in The American Alignment 1754 0 French Indian War 0 Started by George Washington 0 Great Britain beats France 0 Tax colonies 0 French kicked out of North America Proclamation act of 1753 Forbade Americans to go beyond the west of the Appalachian Mountains Taxing colonies is a lot easier if they are in one place by the ports Sugar Act 0 Tax sugar Stamp Act 0 Tax all legal documents newspapers Sons of Liberty 0 Samuel Adams 0 Paul Revere John Hancock Townshend Act Bunch of taxes Boston Massacre John Adams defend the British Boston Tea Party Dressed up as Indians and poured tea into the ocean Thomas Paine Common Sense 2ncl Continental Congress 0 Assuming control over Colonies Maryland 0 Lord Baltimore 0 Roman Catholic Refugee o Escaped from England North Carolina 0 Tobacco South Carolina 0 Rice 0 More blacks than white Georgia Penal colony James Oglethorpe Named after King George French Enlightenment Voltaire Religious skepticism good being punished and bad rewarded John Jack Russo Equality Political social economic Diderot Education is good Deism There is a creator that does nothing Mercantilism colony exists for the bene ts of the mother country Great Awakening 0 George White eld John Wesley Jonathan Edwards 0 Father Marquette Green bay Mississippi river and represents Wisconsin 0 Father Kino Represents Minnesota 0 FatherJunipero California George Washington 0 Lost more battles than he won Keeps the continental army alive 0 He survives 0 Americans need the French 0 Benjamin Franklin 0 General Gates opposed his beliefs Warned to stay out of foreign affairs 0 Political parties Battles in American Revolution 0 Lexington and Concord Saratoga 0 York Town Treaty of France Officially ended the war Articles of confederation Can t tax American Constitution Replaced the articles of confederation Washington s Cabinet 0 George Washington President 0 John Adams Vice President 0 Thomas Jefferson Secretary of State Agriculture farming strict constructionist Alexander Hamilton Financial Secretary Commerce broad constructionist Jay s Treaty 0 Have to pay prewar debts 0 Credit Worthiness John Adams 0 Not a good politician o 2ND President Naturalization act 0 Virginia and Kentucky
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