American Colonies: Prelude to Revolutions<br />TOMMY MARINELLI<br />140<br />
Rumors of the Glorious Revolution reached the American colonies in the spring of 1689, also alarming the colonial appointe...
THE ATLANTIC<br />The trade line across the Atlantic was the single-most greatest information deliverer and receiver any o...
Worried that their slaves considered Christianity a step toward freedom, masters feared that baptism would encourage resen...
Until about AD 800, the Great Plains belonged to many small and dispersed bands of hunter/ gatherers.<br />In the short ru...
IMPERIAL WARS AND CRISIS<br />The imperialists that were colonizing were doing so at a time when whoever could control the...
THE  PACIFIC<br />During the 1760’s British and French governments became serious about probing the Pacific Ocean.<br />On...
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Prelude to revolution

  1. 1. American Colonies: Prelude to Revolutions<br />TOMMY MARINELLI<br />140<br />
  2. 2. Rumors of the Glorious Revolution reached the American colonies in the spring of 1689, also alarming the colonial appointees of King James.<br />On April 18th 1689 rebel leaders suddenly filled the streets of Boston with Militia-men.<br />There angst had eventually subsided through calm reasoning and they all came to terms and pledged to England.<br />REVOLUTIONS<br />
  3. 3. THE ATLANTIC<br />The trade line across the Atlantic was the single-most greatest information deliverer and receiver any one could ask for.<br />American colonist marketed vastly towards their tobacco and sugar crops.<br />Wealth among the colonies began to grow.<br />
  4. 4. Worried that their slaves considered Christianity a step toward freedom, masters feared that baptism would encourage resentment and resistance.<br />Only the Quakers tried to fulfill the radical racial implications of the revivals by challenging the twin injustices most fundamental to colonial society: Indian war and African slavery<br />AWAKENINGS<br />
  5. 5. Until about AD 800, the Great Plains belonged to many small and dispersed bands of hunter/ gatherers.<br />In the short run horses on the Great Plains improved life for its inhabitants substantially.<br />The hunting became easier, kills increased, word spread, more people came, then it became a competitive life during which struggle for territories began, and killing started.<br />THE GREAT PLAINS<br />
  6. 6. IMPERIAL WARS AND CRISIS<br />The imperialists that were colonizing were doing so at a time when whoever could control the native population of Indians, could control the whole new world.<br />The theory was tested during the French and Indian war, in which the French and Indians attempted to defeat the American colonialists of Britain. The colonialists won the war<br />
  7. 7. THE PACIFIC<br />During the 1760’s British and French governments became serious about probing the Pacific Ocean.<br />On his voyage from 1776-1779, Captain James Cook stumbled upon the Hawaiian Islands.<br />

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