• The Influence of Immigration in America
    immigration. The English created the colonies which originated from the United States of America. English descendants produced a large segment of Republic corporations influenced new members. The earliest profitable establishment became Jamestown in 1607. Jamestown was created by a man named Christopher...
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  • Ap Us History Notes Ch 1-4
    Spanish had much control in Central and South America. 2. Spain had only set up Santa Fe, while France had founded Quebec and Britain had founded Jamestown. 3. In the 1500s, Britain failed to effectively colonize due to internal conflicts. o King Henry VIII broke with the Roman Catholic Church in...
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  • Apush Timeline 1607-1775
    1. (1607) Jamestown was formed: This event was significant because it was the beginning of the English colonies in the New World. Jamestown the first permanent English settlement in the Americas. The colonization was funded the by Virginia Company. After this colony was formed, more people started to...
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  • The United States of America
    and changed dramatically. The population diversified as immigrants arrived from all countries of the world. From its beginnings as a remote English colony, the United States has developed the largest economy in the world. Throughout its history, the United States has faced struggles, both within the country—between...
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  • 1234567890987654321
    history of the thirteen colonies of Britain which declared themselves independent in 1776.[1] Starting in the late 16th century, the English, Scottish, French, Swedes, Germans and the Dutch began to colonize eastern North America. [2][3] Many early attempts—notably the Lost Colony of Roanoke—ended in failure...
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  • Hzey
    Effect Rapid expansion of global economic commerce & manufacturing European voyages around Africa & across the Atlantic attempting to reach Asia Establishment of Spanish settlements in Florida & New Mexico Animal introduced by Europeans that transformed the Indian way of life on the Great Plains effect...
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  • Ch. 1-8 Vocab Terms
    Toleration: A legal document that allowed all Christian religions in Maryland: Protestants invaded the Catholics in 1649 around Maryland: protected the Catholics religion from Protestant rage of sharing the land: Maryland became the #1 colony to shelter Catholics in the New World. 11. black legend: The...
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  • Vocab
    try it again in warmer climes. He organized a group of settlers who ended up on Roanoke Island in 1585. This colony mysteriously vanished later with Raleigh busy at home. Roanoke- This colony in North Carolina was a failed attempt by Elizabeth I to create a permanent English settlement. The original...
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  • Notes Apush
    east of the mississipi river lins by language roots. Largest language group was Algonquin tribes, which lived along atlantic seaboard from Canada to Virginia. The iroquis confederation in upstate new york was elaborately organized in mid 15th century. 5 nations- Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, and Mohawk...
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  • World History Review
    was doing. Came to the “New World” on the Mayflower in 1620. The landed in Plymouth Bay when they were supposed to land in Virginia. They named the area Massachusetts. This founded the first of the 13 Colonies. (and Thanksgiving) 2.) Roger Williams A Puritan rebel and a young popular minister...
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  • Us History
    were looking for new markets for the slave trade. e. Religious dissenters thought that they would be able to escape persecution by emigrating to a colony. The correct answer is D. While slavery was not unknown to Europeans, the impetus to enlarge the slave trade came after Europeans had explored...
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  • Apush Chapter 2 Notes
    Theocracy Antinomianism John Smith Pequot War Virginia House of Burgesses Bacon’s Rebellion John Winthrop Plymouth Plantation William Bradford Dominion of New England King Philip’s War Powhatan William Penn George & Cecilius Calvert Massachusetts Bay Company Quakers Glorious Revolution Mayflower...
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  • Zinns thesis
    Florida to Tierra del Fuego Chapter 2: The Planting of English America England’s Imperial Stirrings Jamestown Virginia was first place English settled in Had little interest in overseas colonies because it was Spain’s ally and religious conflict between the Roman Catholic Church and English Protestants ...
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  • The Thirteen Colonies
    forming new colonies. England had three colonial groups identified as the New England, Middle and Southern colonies. Three admirable colonies that may be pointed out from each group are Massachusetts from the New England colonies, Pennsylvania from the Middle and Maryland the Southern colonies. Massachusetts...
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  • Us History
    Colorado to Argentina. - They spread from Cuba through Mexico and from Panama, south through Peru. - As the Spanish crown tightened its grip on its colonies, though, the conquistadors lost more and more power. - Most of them never achieved their dreams of glory, though a few received royal titles. ...
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  • Ap Us History Study Guide
    and simply wanted to start over in a new land. They believed that the Church had become too relaxed in its laws. They created their isolated colony at Plymouth. 2. Puritans/Congregational Church Puritans were similar to Pilgrims in that they believed that the Church of England had become...
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  • Aplit
    English colonies of two of the following: Virginia- 1619 representative self-government was born when the Virginia Company authorizes settlers to summon an assembly known as the House of Burgesses and the establishment was the first of many miniature parliaments to flourish. All of the colonies were connected...
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  • America Pagent Study Guide
    the areas in which they did. 3. Understand the preconceptions and expectations the English brought to their initial encounters with the natives in Virginia 4. Examine the different ways in which the colonists and Indians interacted and the underlying tensions in these encounters 5. Explore why English...
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  • Apush
    limited or unlimited liability for debts of the business. Virginia Company The Virginia Company was a pair of English joint stock companies chartered by James I with the purposes of establishing settlements on the coast of North America. Jamestown First permanent settlement by the English in America...
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  • Colonial Authors
    triumphed briefly under Oliver Cromwell. Dissenters opposed state interference in religious matters, and founded their own churches, educational establishments, and communities; some immigrated to the New World. Separatists The Pilgrims were English Separatists. In the first years...
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