• Comparing and Contrasting the Colonial Regions Established in British North America
    Comparing and Contrasting the Colonial Regions Established in British North America British North America by the mid 1700’s consisted of three major regions. The New England region included the colonies of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. The Middle Region...
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  • History Terms
    (real Whig) Ideology- the British political philosophy that held country gentlemen to be the best fit for leadership. Dominion of New England- an administrative union of English colonies in the New England region of North America. Enumerated Products- Colonial products permitted to be exported to...
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  • Chapter 14 Focus Questions
    Dutch and English occupied coastal Atlantic territories. All three nations colonized West Indian islands and built slave-based economies. British and French North America: Backwater Colonies. North American colonial patterns differed from those in Latin America and the Caribbean. Religious refugees...
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  • French and Indian War
    tremendous difference. Faced with the greater resources of the British and lacking the advantage of their Indian allies, the French had little hope, and not soon after lost the continent. The English victory in the war decided the fate of North America, and yet at the same time planted the seeds of the...
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  • Devoplement of the United States Within the Time Periods 1700-1800
    a few developments in American colonial history helped reinforce the growth of legislative power. Voting in America was mainly restricted to only adult white male land holders. America’s native-born elites were not a titled British Aristocracy, with a distinct legislative body, the house of Lords...
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    Colonial Latin America and British North America. These are two areas where people lived. These people are the Spaniards and the British. The two groups are very similar, but at the same time, entirely different. The aspects of their social norms or ways of living can be considered fairly pre...
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  • Study Guide
    century Carolina- The Province of Carolina was an English and later British colony of North America. Sir Robert Heath, attorney-general of King Charles I of England, was granted the Cape Fear region of America, incorporated as the Province of Carolina, in 1629.[1] Heath wanted the land for French...
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  • History Notes
    Slavery in North America 2. Slavery spread throughout the Caribbean and southern coast of N.A. 3. By 1770, Africans and African Americans numbered 460,000 in British North America – comprising over 20% of the colonial population. Slavery comes to North America 1. 1672 and 1700 the...
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  • French and Indian War
    consequences were far- reaching. The English victory in the war decided the colonial fate of North America, and yet at the same time sowed the seeds of the eventual colonial revolution. After the war, the British ended their century-long policy of salutary neglect, attempting to keep the colonials under a...
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  • History
    the Middle Colonies, Crossroads of Empire makes clear the vital role of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania in establishing an American identity. Ned Landsman's Crossroads of Empire: The Middle Colonies in British North America (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011) is the latest installment in...
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  • 1776: The Road to Freedom
    , 1770, British troops in Boston to shoot unarmed people, killing five people on the spot and injuring six people, creating a shock in North America, "Boston Massacre." Anti-British anger burned in the hearts of the colonial people, a war for independence and freedom in the North American continent...
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    overseeing a common policy for defense, expansion, and Indian affairs. While the plan was thwarted by colonial legislatures and King George II, it was an early indication that the British colonies of North America were headed towards unification. [edit] French and Indian War George Washington during...
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  • The Road to confederation
    development essentially depended on external trade. External trade means trade outside of British North America. The exports primarily went to Britain and the United States. British North American goods had an advantage over American goods. This was called colonial preference which means giving...
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  • History
    ” rights -Reason -Liberty -Equality -Britain – John Locke -British North America – Benjamin Franklin Great Awakening (1720 – 1760) -No religion -Overwhelming Protestant -Apathetic congregations -Declining church attendance Colonial Religion -Congregational (New England) -Church of...
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  • APUSH notes
    North America French colonization of Canada English settlement of New England, the Mid-Atlantic region, and the South From servitude to slavery in the Chesapeake region Religious diversity in the American colonies Resistance to colonial authority: Bacon’s Rebellion, the Glorious Revolution, and the...
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    colonization. 9) Compare and contrast the different colonial regions established in British North America. In what ways were they similar and different? 10) What was the Columbian Exchange? How did it influence and change both the Old and New Worlds? 11) What were the demographic effects of the...
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  • Compare and Contrast Spanish and British Colonization Efforts in North America Prior to 1763.
    Compare and contrast Spanish and British colonization efforts in North America prior to 1763. Prior to 1763, both Spanish and British colonization efforts expanded into various regions of North America. In less than a century, from 1625 to 1700, the movements of peoples and goods from Europe to...
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  • French and Indian War Notes
    in massive colonial discontent and added to the budding nationalism that eventually exploded in the Revolutionary War. The French and Indian War also had lasting (and devastating) effects for the Native American tribes of North America. The British took retribution against Native American nations...
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  • French and Indian War
    had won the war and decided the colonial fate of North America, but yet at the same time showed the beginning of a colonial revolution. After the war, the British ended their reign of salutary neglect, so the colonials would be watched under a closer eye. The British also raised taxes in an effort to...
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  • Beginning of American History
    , Mexico, and the Southern region of North America. From the time of Columbus’s voyage until the mid-nineteenth century, Spain was the dominant colonial power in the new world. Spain controlled one of the world’s vastest Empires, from the Southern regions of South America to the Northern region...
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