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Puritan

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.

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What characterized the government in Pennsylvania under William Penn? ALL OF THESE Why was Roger Williams forced in exile by the Puritans? He believed in the complete separation of church and state Harvard College was founded to train ministers Who dissented from the Puritans and followed Roger Williams to Rhode Island? Anne Hutchinson Who were the proprietors? They were English elites who were responsible for settling, governing, and defending certain colonies Which of the following epitomized the democratic nature of New England government? The town meeting What characterized the first generation of New England land settlement? Households situated in the village, with farmland placed outside the village

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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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

colonial history vocabulary

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Colonial History (1600-1763) 1. Separatist vs. non-Separatist Puritans: Radical Calvinists against the Church of England; Separatists (Pilgrims) argued for a break?from the Church of England, led the Mayflower, and established the settlement at Plymouth 2. Northwest Passage: believed to provide shortcut from Atlantic to Pacific, searched for by Giovanni de Verrazano for Francis I in the race to Asian wealth 3. Conversion Experience: required of members of the Puritan Church; took the place of baptism required by the Catholic Church 4. Social Reciprocity: society naturally punishes criminals indiscriminately 5. Church of England: Protestant church led by the king of England, independent of Catholic Church; tended toward Catholicism during reign of Catholic royalty

American Pageant Ch. 3 Notes

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Ch. 3: Settling the Northern Colonies ? Protestant reformation? Puritanism ? 1517: Martin Luther declares that the Bible alone is the source of God?s words, ignited fire of religious reform across Europe ? John Calvin of Geneva hears this, Calvinism becomes dominant religion ? God is all-powerful and all-good ? Humans are weak and wicked (b/c original sin, Adam and Eve) ? Good deeds don?t change your predestination ? Nobody can be certain of their fate, so they were always kind of freaking out about their fate ? Constantly sought signs of conversion (God reveals to someone they?re going to heaven) ? Henry VIII breaking ties w/ Roman Catholic Church, making himself head of Church of England (1530s) ? Enrolled all of king?s subjects, which means people going to

Period 2 Flash cards

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Wampanoag tribal leader whose ability to create alliances among native tribes allowed for successful raids into new England villages in the late 1600?s This European imperial power settled primarily in present day Canada and along the missisiippi river The first permanent settlement in north America was established in 1607 This was the leading cash crop in the middle colonies by the mid 1700?s These members of the Anglican church hoped to reform and reshape their religion from the inside This New England town was gripped with jelous speculation and accusations of whichcraft This person was kicked out of the mass bay colony for challenging puritans beliefs in predestination and gender roles

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