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