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Dominion of New England

APUSH Chapter 3 Test

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Questions and Answers 1. The Dutch colony of New Netherland A. Allowed only Dutch immigrants to settle there B.Was established for its quick profit of fur trading C. Tolerated Quakers from nearby Pennsylvania D. Supported free speech and other democratic practices E. All of the above 2. The New England Confederation A. Included all the New England colonies B. Was designed to bolster colonial defense C. Led the American colonies to seek independence from England D. Was created by the English government to streamline its administration of the colonies E. Was an economic and trade alliance 3. Henry VII aided the entrance of Protestant beliefs into England when he A. Allowed Martin Luther to journey England B. Broke England's ties with the Catholic Church

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Settling the Northern Colonies North and south colonies were very different Different political views Patterns of settlement Economies Moral values Tobacco shaped the southern colonies, religious devotion shaped the northern colonies The Protestant Reformation Produces Puritanism Martin Luther unknowingly started the Protestant Reformation when he nailed his protests against catholic doctrines to the door of Wittenberg?s cathedral He believed that the Bible was God?s word alone

Pre-Colonial Vocab

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Alisa Chen Hamza Noor Christina Xu Jenny Zhi Vocab Unit One People 1. John Rolfe: John Rolfe was a farmer in Jamestown who introduced tobacco to the settlers, a plant he had saw the local Indians growing. He later married Pocahontas and died during an native attack. 2. Pocahontas: daughter of Powhatan, the chief of the of Powhatan Indians. Married John Rolfe and converted to Christianity after getting captured by the settlers. 3. John Smith: famous traveler and organized leader who lead the colonists in Jamestown away from death and disaster. He organized Jamestown into a successful colony. 4. John Cabot: The first person representing England to sail to the New World, who at the time was looking for a passage to the Orient.

Chapter 3

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Chapter 3 IDs and PQs Martin Luther A monk who initiated the Protestant Reformation, leading to Calvinism. John Calvin A Christian reformer whose ideas became dominant in colonial America. visible saints Visible saints were the elect, who would be saved. Their existence was Calvinist. Separatists Separatists were zealous Puritans who vowed to break from Anglicanism. Mayflower Compact An agreement among Pilgrims to form a crude government and abide by majority rule. William Bradford A Puritan governor who upheld the strict Puritan moral code. Plymouth The Pilgrims? colony, which eventually merged with the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Massachusetts Bay Colony Formed by non-Separatist pilgrims, it had the largest number of starting members. Great Puritan migration

Early colonies of America notes 2

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?PAGE ? ?PAGE ?2? Ch. 3-5 Notes ? Colony Notes Outline #2 The Bonds of Empire: 1660-1750 The Dominion of New England -1684- King revokes Bay Colony charter WHY? -crown wanted to rule w/o Puritan influence -Mass. was ignoring Navigation Acts (they were smuggling) -get rid of Representative Assemblies -wanted military men to be Governors (strong military rule) -king had been told by ?fact finders? to the colonies that the Puritans weren?t popular in Mass. WHAT MADE PURITANS UNPOPULAR? YOU HAD TO BE A PURITAN SAINT WHO HAD A CONVERSION EXPERIENCE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Early colonies of America notes 1

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?PAGE ? ?PAGE ?8? Ch. 3-4 Notes ? Colony Notes Outline #1 The Rise of Colonial America: 1625-1700 Puritans -wanted to bring Protestant Reformation into church of England and into the New World -Calvinism- predestination (God has already chosen who goes to heaven) and conversion (God would speak to you directly) -grew upset with ?deCatholicization? -King James I began to fear/persecute them Three divisions: Separatists ? -?Purest Puritans?- OUR PILGRIMS Congregationalists ? -reform; largest in America Presbyterians ? -get rid of Catholic rituals MAYFLOWER COMPACT -1608 First Separatists fled to Holland -over 12 years they became distressed by the ?Dutchification? of their children -1620 Some Separatists sailed on the Mayflower to Plymouth Bay

APUSH Alan Brinkley Period 1-2 Terms

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Period?1?2?Terms? Please?put?an?*?by?any?information?you?believe?is?incorrect?or?that?you?have?doubts?about.?Once? someone?checks?and?revises?it?as?need,?please?remove?the?*.? Chapter?1? ? Term? Definition? Importance? Tribal?Society? the?way?in?which?many? native?american?peoples? organized?themselves?and? their?societies.?? ? Mayans? natives?of?Central? America??located?on?the? Yucatan?peninsula.?? created?sophisticated? culture??written?language,? numerical?system,?and?an? accurate?calendar...succeeded? by?the?Aztecs? Aztecs? warrior?people?that? succeeded?the?Mayans?in? Mexico.?Ruled?over?much? of?central?and?southern? Mexico.?Elaborate? administrative,?educational? and?medical?systems.? Practised?human?sacrifice.?? Human?sacrifice?led?

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ENGLISH SOVEREIGNS SOVEREIGN REIGN RELIGION MAJOR EVENTS EFFECT ON COLONIES Henry VIII 1509-1553 Anglican English Protestant Reformation no interest Mary 1553-1558 Catholic persecution of Protestants - beheaded after coup - fear of Spanish Catholicism no interest Elizabeth I (virgin queen) last of Tudor dynasty 1558-1603 Anglican sets temperament for constitutional monarchy - establishes Anglican church Puritans (Calvinists) challenge official Church defeat of Spanish Armada makes England a world power -search for "northwest passage" begins - Roanoke settlement fails James I (Stuart dynasty - Scotland) 1603-1625 Catholic

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Colony and Date Founded Massachusetts 1621---Pilgrims---Plymouth Colony 1630?Puritans--Mass. Bay Colony Rhode Island---1644 Connecticut---1662 New Hampshire---1679 New Netherland---1609 New York---1664 New Jersey---1702 Pennsylvania---1681 Delaware---1682 Maryland---1634 North/South Carolina---1663 Virginia---1607 Georgia---1732 Persons Responsible William Bradford---Pilgrims John Winthrop---Puritans Plymouth colony merges with Mass. In 1691 Roger Williams Anne Hutchison Rev. Thomas Hooker John Mason Sir Ferdinando Gorges Came from Mass. Bay Colony Henry Hudson for Netherlands Duke of York of England named it New York

AP US History Outline Chapter 3

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Justin Groshon AP U. S. History ? Chapter 3 - Settling the Northern Colonies 1619-1700 The Protestant Reformation Produces Puritanism 1517, Martin Luther - 95 Theses Bible alone was the source of God?s word Denounced authority of priests and popes Calvinism ? predestination - those going to Heaven or hell already determined by God Basic doctrines ? ?Institutes of the Christian Religion? All humans were weak and wicked Only the predestined could go to heaven, no matter what Calvinists expected to seek ?conversions? - signs they were one of the predestined King Henry VIII breaking ties with Roman Catholic Church Puritans influenced to reform the Church of England Only ?visible saints? should be admitted to church membership Separatists vowed to break away from the Church of England

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