Ap out of many chapter 3 planting colonies in north america 1588 1701

Chapter 3: Planting Colonies in North America, 1588-1701 Flashcards

Eventually, however, they disperse into eleven separate communities and local interests disrupt the Separatist haven.

The Pueblos revolted again, but were crushed by military might. This need was filled by indentured servants and later slaves. A shaman priest named Nemattanew supported his actions, and for that was murdered by the English in March Attacks began with English-Iroquois attacks on Montreal and violence between rival English and French traders.

The Algonquians were pushed to reservations, shrinking from 14, strong to 2, bycompared to 40, colonists. For land, the colonists pressed the Powhatans; Opechancanough, the brother of Wahunsonacook, led his tribe in a war against the settlers.

When news reached North America, the colonists revolted against the royal authorities placed by James II, eventually reestablishing local colonial rule and self-government, which would continue until Massachusetts, New York, and Maryland became royal colonies in Women could not own property, vote, or hold office, and were expected to bear children.

Lawrence River in a spot that allowed them to intercept the fur trade. The Spanish returned in under Governor Diego de Vargas, reestablishing colonial rule and crushing another Pueblo rebellion.

Inthe French and their Algonquian allies counterattacked, burning settlements in New York, New Hampshire, and Main and attacking Iroquois towns. InMetacom was pressured into giving up his home territory. Holland became the greatest commercial power in the world.

In return, the Pueblos observed Catholicism in the Spanish chapels and pledged loyalty to the Spanish monarch. Tobacco, which required a large amount of hand labor and quickly exhausted the land, required both the labor of indentured servants and more lands from the natives. Hired men called engages were sent to New France, but 9 out of 10 returned, so the population grew slowly.

Eventually, the Powhatans sued for peace inbut the Virginia Company was bankrupted; by Virginia colony had already been turned into a royal colony, though the colonists kept the House of Burgesses, the first representative government in the English colonies.

Colonial authorities began to favor greater military expansion to appease the frontier planters and, to prevent another servant uprising, began to transition from indentured servants to slaves.

To secure peace, Pocahontas was married to John Rolfe, who showed her off in visits to England. Maryland adopted the Virginia system, creating large tobacco plantations.

Chapter 03 - Planting Colonies in North America

Maryland became a haven for Catholics. Only 40 remained by the spring. Pope was deposed in in the chaos. Settlers take advantage of a loophole in their charter and form a civil government inwhich becomes the model for the bicameral Congress in the future US. Their frontier of exclusion did not require native labor, just native land.

With a much larger labor force, the English had no need for native populations and therefore excluded them from society. Many live in rough dwellings like huts or caves; even prosperous planters, investing everything into their fields, live in rough wood dwellings.

The settlers kept the House of Burgesses, a local governing body that regulated taxes and finances. The Founding of Pennsylvania The rights to western New Jersey were sold to a group of investors including William Penn, part of the Society of Friends known as Quakers to their opponents.

New Netherlands Holland, a small nation, was at the center of the 16th century economic transformation in Europe. Inthe Virginia Company sent ships and a hundred men to the Chesapeake, creating the first permanent English settlement of Jamestown.

John Rolfe developed a mild variety of tobacco, which gave the Company their first returns. Dissent and New Communities Puritans had little tolerance for religions not their own.

Puritan incentive to go North America, and migration, ends. The economy becomes a commerce-based one, selling commodities to the West Indies. A Unlike the independent French and Spanish colonies, the Chesapeake colonies relied on immigrants from the Old World for their labor.

Inafter a century of rule by the Hapsburgs, the Dutch overthrew the Spanish control and won political independence.3. Explain the various conflicts between European countries represented in North America, between Indians and Europeans, between English colonies and the government at home.

4. Outline the impact on the Indians of the different European plantings of colonies in North America. 5. When news reached North America, the colonists revolted against the royal authorities placed by James II, eventually reestablishing local colonial rule and self-government, which would continue until Massachusetts, New York, and Maryland became royal colonies in While we strive to provide the most comprehensive notes for as many high school textbooks as possible, there are certainly going to be some that we miss.

PLANTING COLONIES IN NORTH AMERICA, – CHAPTER 3 61 The role of religious dissent in the planting of the New England colonies The restoration of the Stuart monarchy and the creation of new 62 CHAPTER 3 PLANTING COLONIES IN NORTH AMERICA, – Santa Fé () Albuquerque () El Paso del.

Ap Out Of Many Chapter 3 Planting Colonies In North America AP US History English Colonies in North America Before the seventeenth century, countries such as Portugal and Spain had controlled the rich lands of the Americas, and England was left out of the race due to religious conflict back home. However, when Queen.

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