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  • America Takes Shape Unit 1, Lesson 1, PowerPoint 2
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  • Jamestown 1619 Three events occurred that would shape America history. 1.Arrival of women Jamestown becomes a self-sustaining community. 2.Slaves arrive 3.Colonists elect representative for the first colonial assembly in the New World. Virginia House of Burgesses Three events occurred that would shape America history. 1.Arrival of women Jamestown becomes a self-sustaining community. 2.Slaves arrive 3.Colonists elect representative for the first colonial assembly in the New World. Virginia House of Burgesses
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  • Appointment of a Royal Governor The Great Massacre of 1622 Slaughter of more than 300 settlers. Forced King James to appoint a Royal governor. Did not absolve the House of Burgesses. The Great Massacre of 1622 Slaughter of more than 300 settlers. Forced King James to appoint a Royal governor. Did not absolve the House of Burgesses.
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  • Puritans vs. Separatists Puritans Protestants that wanted to purify the church of England. Tended to be more highly educated, higher ranking members of society. Separatists Wanted nothing to do with the church of England. Wanted to completely separate. Recruited members from farmers and lower ranks of society. Pilgrims Puritans Protestants that wanted to purify the church of England. Tended to be more highly educated, higher ranking members of society. Separatists Wanted nothing to do with the church of England. Wanted to completely separate. Recruited members from farmers and lower ranks of society. Pilgrims
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  • The Pilgrims Mayflower Compact First effort at self-government in New England. They would come up with and vote on their own laws. William Bradford Plymouths first governor Was elected within the first year of the colony. Was reelected yearly until his death in 1657. Mayflower Compact First effort at self-government in New England. They would come up with and vote on their own laws. William Bradford Plymouths first governor Was elected within the first year of the colony. Was reelected yearly until his death in 1657.
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  • Here Come the Puritans The Great Migration In 1630, nearly a thousand men, women, and children set sail for Massachusetts. The Great Migration In 1630, nearly a thousand men, women, and children set sail for Massachusetts.
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  • Governor Winthrop Leader of these Puritans Broadened the number of individuals that could vote in the General Court (legislature) to include virtually all male church members. Leader of these Puritans Broadened the number of individuals that could vote in the General Court (legislature) to include virtually all male church members.
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  • Education System Harvard est. 1636 Est. to prepare young men for ministry. The Old Deluder Law Passed by the Massachusetts General Court in 1647. Required children to be educated so they could fight back the Old Deluder with scripture. Harvard est. 1636 Est. to prepare young men for ministry. The Old Deluder Law Passed by the Massachusetts General Court in 1647. Required children to be educated so they could fight back the Old Deluder with scripture.
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  • A Legal Blunder Salem Witch Trials Some 20 women hung for being a witch. One was pressed to death with stones. Convicted based on the testimony of teenage girls. Known as Spectral Evidence The Great Rev. Cotton Mather backed Spectral Evidence. The Crucible http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FY_V5EfzZAc Salem Witch Trials Some 20 women hung for being a witch. One was pressed to death with stones. Convicted based on the testimony of teenage girls. Known as Spectral Evidence The Great Rev. Cotton Mather backed Spectral Evidence. The Crucible http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FY_V5EfzZAc
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  • New Colonies Erupt Providence, Rhode Island -- founded by Rev. Roger Williams Protestants fleeing from strict Puritan rule in Boston. Forced worship stinks in Gods nostrils. Baltimore, Maryland Founded by Lord Baltimore Intended as a refuge for Catholics New Netherlands Founded by the Dutch Dutch were attracted by the riches of the New World. Pennsylvania Founded by William Penn Quakers Complete religious freedom Providence, Rhode Island -- founded by Rev. Roger Williams Protestants fleeing from strict Puritan rule in Boston. Forced worship stinks in Gods nostrils. Baltimore, Maryland Founded by Lord Baltimore Intended as a refuge for Catholics New Netherlands Founded by the Dutch Dutch were attracted by the riches of the New World. Pennsylvania Founded by William Penn Quakers Complete religious freedom
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  • The Importance of New Netherlands England took control of New Netherlands in 1664 upon capturing the capital city, New Amsterdam. This capture connected the New England colonies to Virginia and Maryland. England took control of New Netherlands in 1664 upon capturing the capital city, New Amsterdam. This capture connected the New England colonies to Virginia and Maryland.
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  • Britain vs. France The French and Indian War George Washington Advanced his military career and made him a hero in the eyes of the American colonials. Benjamin Franklin Albany Plan of Union First plan for a colonial union under British administration. Americans were proud of being Britons. They helped defeat the French. Expected greater respect and autonomy. The French and Indian War George Washington Advanced his military career and made him a hero in the eyes of the American colonials. Benjamin Franklin Albany Plan of Union First plan for a colonial union under British administration. Americans were proud of being Britons. They helped defeat the French. Expected greater respect and autonomy.
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  • Benjamin Franklin When I say such an union is impossible, I mean without the most grievous tyranny and oppression.

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