• midterm study guide
    ? America under the Articles of Confederation, 1781 onward What were its successes? What were its failures/weaknesses? Reasons many came to favor a new constitution What were the weaknesses of the Articles? What was the impact of Shays’ Rebellion? The making of the constitution What powers did it...
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  • South and Slave Controversy from 1793 to 1860
    Controversy arouse in from the years 1793 to 1860 on a wide scale of topics regarding the Slavery as well as North and South arguments lead to impact America throughout these years. Controversy and discussion, even war, were brought about with how the topics such as how cotton developed the “Cotton...
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  • History Imperialism
    of something, the cheaper you can introduce it. ⁃ Introduction of Machinery, makes it easier and faster. ⁃ Disease Environment-Indians have been isolated for thousands of years, did not develop immunities, were affected: small pox, Measles, Infuenzial, Yellow Fever ⁃ Animals brought Diseases...
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  • Notes for American History 1
    Charles II complained | |4.     The distant English king could scarcely imagine the depths of passion and fear that Bacon’s Rebellion excited in Virginia; Bacon had | |ignited the unhappiness of landless former servants and...
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  • Resistance to Slavery
    that many colonial Americans supported the idea of ending slavery, he suggests that there were a few major challenges to making this a reality. What were these challenges and what suggestions did abolitionists make to overcome these challenges? Be sure to include specific plans for ending slavery...
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  • American History 1 Study Guide
    Rebellion: an armed rebellion in 1676 by Virginia settlers led by young Nathaniel Bacon against the rule of William Berkeley: It was the first rebellion in the American colonies in which discontented frontiersmen took part Roger Williams: a young minister/separatist who believed Puritas corrupted...
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  • the fire of jubilee
    their brothers by murdering as many blacks as they could. The effects of Nat Turner's rebellion were profound. The attitudes of many plantation owners changed as a result of Nat. Many people had believed that slaves would never think of hurting their "loving, Christian “masters. What Nat did scared...
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  • Road to rev
    boundaries of the proposed state of Missouri. Whenever a free state entered the union a slave one did as well. What was its impact on the north and south? It shifted the balance of northern and southern states because the north was more pro slave and the south was more anti slave. “Tariff of...
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  • Slavery and Freedom: the Contradiction of the Formation of the Constitution
    population was more than two-fifths. There were about 400,000 slave owners out of 1.5 million white families (Parish 26). Slavery did not become based on race until some events such as Bacon’s Rebellion occurred. Changes in the Plantation Revolution which included switching from societies with slaves to...
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  • Chapter 8- A.P History Midterm Review
    that remained were sold into slavery Philip’s head was mounted on a stake and left outside Plymouth as a warning not to resist colonial expansion Bacon’s Rebellion Established planters owned all the good land New settlers wanted land so they attacked the neighboring Susquehannocks The Natives...
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  • Deborah Yu: New World Begginings
    Virginia. Slavery: The use of people who are fully under the control of their masters. Slaves were used in plantations to do the intense work for their masters. Protestant Reformation: The schism of churches into protestant and Catholics. This movement was started by Martin Luther. Powhatan’s...
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  • hist 105 notes
    Maryland Cecil Calvert- Lord Baltimore Catholic Refuge for coreligionists Political conflict Economics Tobacco Slavery Bacon’s Rebellion- 1676 Planter Nathanial Bacon Royal Governor Sir William Berkeley Taxes Power Cronyism Protection of settlers Demand for land New settlers Former...
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  • Random Book Review
    Bacon’s Rebellion was an uprising in the English colony of Virginia. The immediate cause was strife between the planters and the Indians on the frontier, which resulted in the death of a significant number of colonists, including the overseer of the plantation, Nathaniel Bacon. After the establishment of...
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  • Apush Key History Terms
    Britain’s colonies in North America. ▪ Explain how the series of wars with France helped foster greater unity among the British colonies. ▪ Explain how North America political and military events were affected by developments on the larger European stage. ▪ Indicate how and why the Seven Years War (French and Indian War) became one of the background causes of the American Revolution....
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  • Why Colonies Rebeled Against Britian
    under the navigation acts helped plunge many small planters into crushing debt and some were forced back into servitude. Tensions in Virginia came to a head in 1676 when the rebellion when William Berkeley favored building forts to guard against Indians. Nathaniel Bacon arrived from England well...
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  • Barrons Study Keys - American History to 1877
    American War for Independence, unlike the French Revolution, did not destroy a titled aristocracy but did have a significant social impact on certain population groups. Feudal institutions: While few in number in America, were eliminated during the Revolution. States abolished primogeniture and entail...
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  • Slave Resistene
    of resistance were organized, armed rebellions. Between 1691 and 1865, at least nine slave revolts erupted in what would eventually become the United States. The most prominent of these occurred in New York City (1712), Stono, South Carolina (1739), New Orleans (1811), and Southampton, Virginia...
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  • The American Life
    more than 3/4 of all European immigrants to Virginia and Maryland in the 17th Century. Frustrated Freemen and Bacon's Rebellion In 1676, about 1,000 Virginians broke out of control - led by a 29-year-old planter, Nathaniel Bacon. They fiercely resented Virginia's Governor William Berkeley...
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  • Notes Apush
    protestants. • Politics were plagued by religious tensions, catholics were minority. • In 1655 a civil war unseated catholic gov and replaced with protestant • By 1640 severe labor shortage and also adopted headright system. Turbulent Virginia • By mid 17th century, Virginia was growing and so...
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  • Rights, Money and Politics
    had less rights and both of their genders were abused and exploited. It's present in the history of the New World that the creation of races made a dominant binary between free whites, and enslaved blacks; but this was not always the case. The Bacon Rebellion of 1676 consisted of poor white and...
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