of motives, economic foundations, and relations with Africans and Indians. What factors explain the similarities and differences in the two ventures?
Chapter 3: Settling the Northern Colonies, 1619-1700
1. Compare and contrast the NewEngland and middlecolonies in terms of...
colonies of the Americas (the Middle Passage),
and then from the colonies to Europe. If all went well, a ship would make a profit on
each leg of the circuit.
2. The Atlantic Circuit was supplemented by a number of other trade routes: Europe to
the Indian Ocean; Europe to the West Indies; NewEngland...
Wealth? Did it remove the robber baron label from the industrialists?
7. Explain the Social Gospel.
8. How did the federal government and Courts respond and contribute to industrialization?
9. Describe the working conditions of the late 19th century.
10. Explain the goals and strategies of the...
New Englander. Using primary documents of the time it will explainhow each idea changed over time from settlement to the American Revolution. It will show how the two distinct societies divided so much since settlement came together under a common American theme. It will finally explain why the...
that women be educated.
Reading Check Explaining How did the Portuguese
and the Spanish profit from their colonies in Latin America?
Britain and British North America
The United Kingdom of Great Britain came into
existence in 1707, when the governments of England
and Scotland were united...
that the people of the English colonies were drifting away from their original religious purpose.
NewEngland Primer: was the first reading primer designed for the American Colonies.
1) Family life in NewEnglanddiffered majorly with the life in the South. In NewEngland life was...
MiddleColonies, and what effect did this have on commerce
in the regions? Why did plantations dominate in the South while family farms flourished in NewEngland?
Students study how geography affected economic development and subsequently influenced the political
organization of the colonies...
6. How did the colonization of Pennsylvania differ from the NewEnglandcolonies and other middlecolonies?
Chapter Four: American Life in the Seventeenth Century
1. How did the climate in the southern colonies influence life expectancy, family life, immigration, and economic development?
Chapter #3- Settling the Northern Colonies, 1619-1700
1) Compare & contrast the NewEngland & MiddleColonies in terms of motives for founding, religious & social composition, and political development. You may answer this question in a chart format NewEngland...
the factors that led England to begin colonization. 2. Describe the development of Jamestown, from its disastrous beginnings to its later apparent prosperity. 3. Describe the cultural and social changes that Native...
Describe the process of how Africa became involved in foreign trade. Use the following information as a guide:
• African exports
◦ Slaves (triangular trade)
◦ Raw materials (ivory, gold)
• African imports
◦ Manufactured goods from Europe, Asia, and the Americas
◦ New food...
9. Joint stock company These were developed to gather the savings from the middle class to support finance colonies. Ex. London Company and Plymouth Company.
10. Encomienda system The Spanish labor system in which persons were help to unpaid service under the permanent control of their masters...
Gupta empire differedfrom the decline of the Roman empire in that it did not involve
- the introduction of a new religion for the majority
81. One important early symptom of rome’s decline was..
- the drop in population due to a series of plagues
82. after 200 CE, an increasing number of...
practically all major physical features of the earth” . Explain. Describe the formation of Himalayas and the Northern Plains. Describe the division of Himalayas on the basis of regions from west to east . In how many sections the Northern Plains can be divided ? Explain each of them . Differentiate...
], [au], [ou]. The new diphthongs in the Middle English language appeared from three sources: 1) as a result of connection of the vowels [æ], [e] and [e:] with the vocalized central-lingual fricative consonant [j] (in spelling g); 2) as a result of connection of the vowels a and a: with the vocalized...
century, the Scientific Revolution had provided a new model for how problems could be solved through rational thought and experimentation, rather than on the authority of religion or the ancients” (Frick, 1992:p.12).
Most Enlightenment philosophers were against the traditional sources of authority like...
the creation of the middle class.
How was the Black Death spread? Through trade routes from China to Europe
Explain the effects of the Black Death – Mass death; breakdown of the system of feudalism
Explain the effects of the Crusades – Large amount of CD from the Muslim world to Europe...
3. Each of the 3 regions of the English coloniesdifferedfrom the other two. Explainhow the NewEngland, middle, and southern coloniesdifferedfrom other with respect to economics and ethnic compositions.
Chapter 1 in your class text
Direct Democracy--as illustrated in the town meetings common to NewEngland.
Indirect Democracy--or a republic, in which citizens elect representatives to work on their behalf.
Political Principles by Which to Distinguish Direct versus Indirect Democracy: individual...
. Archaic is the term used to describe the hunting and gathering cultures that descended from the Paleo-Indian groups.
The greatest indigenous civilizations arose in Mexico, Central America, and South America. In Mexico these included from the oldest to the newest: the Toltecs, Olmecs, Chichimecs...