Chapter 2: Britain and its Colonies

  • Looking to the New World for new hope

  • Settling and colonizing: Different strokes for different folks

  • Setting slavery in motion

  • Regarding the Native Americans – some as friends, most as foes


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Settling in Jamestown


Settlers’ Early troubles


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Making Native American their friends
































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Settlers’ find a cash crop



3 things that impacted Brits in America



















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Instituting Slavery






Colonizing: Pilgrims and Puritans


The Mayflower Compact – A Dutch pilgrimage

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Thanks-a-drumstick







The Massachusetts Bay colony: A pure haven


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Puritans



Remember:

The roots of American Corporate, Representative, and legal System

and

The moral conflict between wanting the freedom to think and act as we please and the authority to control how others think and act



















Bringing Religious Freedom: Dissidents, Catholics, and Quakers


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Rhode Island

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Roger Williams 1633

"No person in this country shall be molested or questioned

for the mattters of his conscience to God,

so he be Loyal and keep the civil peace,"...


"Forced worship stinks in God's nostrils."











Condoning only Christianity in Maryland

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Promoting tolerance in Pennsylvania


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Dealings of the Dutch


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On your index card, discuss with your neighbor the following:


From today's lecture, what was interesting to you? Explain.

From today's lecture, describe one thing that was new to you.


Answer both questions in the first person in two complete sentence.
















Coping with Native American Troubles






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What is the exact title of chapter 2?