The english in north america

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The english in north america

  1. 1. The English in North America<br />American Colonies<br />
  2. 2. A.C. 6 - Virginia<br />Pursuing get rich quick strategies they ventured West<br />Naming their journey and arrival of the New world after their queen who was supposedly a virgin<br />Developed plantations as the more successful scheme<br />
  3. 3. A.C. 6 - Virginia<br />Using problems of the current economy in England people promoted exploration<br />Loans and the privilege was given to those successful in promoting the new world<br />England was in a crisis and this idea was coming a major escape for many villagers<br />
  4. 4. A.C. 6 - Virginia<br />First attempt to populate Virginia was lost as all the men were left to fend for themselves<br />Second attempt mysteriously vanished<br />A third more successful attempt was made with better conditions allowing growth<br />
  5. 5. A.C. 8 - NEW ENGLAND<br />New England inhabitants surrounded in tedious labor for farms<br />Encouraged by the terrain to set a standard of hard work<br />Work was easy to come by solving any unemployment issues<br />Main religion for the Puritans was Christianity<br />
  6. 6. A.C. 8 - NEW ENGLAND<br />Founding values of diligence was essential to the growth of a civilization<br />Pilgrims were the name of the 102 separatists leaving for the colonies in 1620<br />Religion may have played a small part in the cause of a migration compared to the land and potential wealth<br />
  7. 7. A.C. 8 - NEW ENGLAND<br />New England was viewed as a point of desperation and separation<br />Leaving a sin covered England gave the Puritans peace<br />Servants were outnumbered when plantations were limited<br />Livestock was pivotal in the farming and surviving<br />
  8. 8. A.C. 12 – MIDDLE COLONIES<br />The Middle Colonies were removing many ties to the Mother Country England<br />English troops were sent to subdue any Puritan power<br />Dutch controlled Wealthy colonies across the Northern Hudson River<br />Warships became Dutch power over Europe<br />
  9. 9. A.C. 12 – MIDDLE COLONIES<br />Numbers was the weakness for the Dutch <br />Trade seekers all across the Hudson in seek of fur were causing problems<br />Business was competitive and unreliable<br />In New Netherland not common in that time Wives had more say in finances<br />English and Dutch grew violent<br />
  10. 10. A.C. 12 – MIDDLE COLONIES<br />Navy was important for success<br />Navigation Acts were formed to keep a strong Navy<br />English persistence in the dark time would improve the English over the Dutch<br />Warships with numerous soldiers out powered the Dutch<br />

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