Colonization 17 Century
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Dr. Romero
• I. Richard Hakluyt’s Vision
– New world could serve
– Early attempts failed
– Motivation
• Economics- land, status, worl...
• II. Caribbean- West Indies
– Model
• Plantation Society • Labor– Slaves – Barbados Slave Code 1661
– Indentured Servants...
• III. Southern Colonies
– Chesapeake
• Jamestown, Virginia, 1607
• Problems
• Captain John Smith
• Starving Time 1609-161...
– Plantation Society
• Land
• Labor Force
– Indentured Servants
– Slavery

• Weaknesses
– Thinly Spread
– I crop
– Maryland – Proprietary
• Lord Baltimore
• Headright system
– Quitrent

• Toleration Act 1648
• Plantation Society
– Rive...
– Restoration Colonies
• Land Grant 1663 – Proprietary
• North Carolina – Tar
• South Carolina – Rice
– Black Majority
– S...
• IV. New England
– Puritans – Calvinists, Reform
– Separtist – Calvinists, disillusioned
– Congregationalists – Autonomou...
– Expansion
• Dissenters
– Roger Williams – R.I.
– Anne Hutchinson

• Other Colonies
– Connecticut 1662
– New Hampshire 16...
• Quaker Influence
– Quaker Origins – Fox 1640s
– Beliefs

– Pennsylvania 1681 – Proprietary
• William Penn
– Purchased De...
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    1. 1. Colonization 17 Century th Dr. Romero
    2. 2. • I. Richard Hakluyt’s Vision – New world could serve – Early attempts failed – Motivation • Economics- land, status, world • Political – Stuarts v. Parliament • Religious • Personal – Types of Colonies • Royal Colony • Joint Stock Company • Proprietary Colony
    3. 3. • II. Caribbean- West Indies – Model • Plantation Society • Labor– Slaves – Barbados Slave Code 1661 – Indentured Servants • Quality of Life – – Decadent – Absenteeism
    4. 4. • III. Southern Colonies – Chesapeake • Jamestown, Virginia, 1607 • Problems • Captain John Smith • Starving Time 1609-1610 – Economy • Rolfe & Tobacco • Sandys & Headright • House of Burgesses 1619
    5. 5. – Plantation Society • Land • Labor Force – Indentured Servants – Slavery • Weaknesses – Thinly Spread – I crop
    6. 6. – Maryland – Proprietary • Lord Baltimore • Headright system – Quitrent • Toleration Act 1648 • Plantation Society – Riverfront plantations – No Towns – Labor » Indentured Servants » Slavery – Weaknesses » Thinly spread » I crop
    7. 7. – Restoration Colonies • Land Grant 1663 – Proprietary • North Carolina – Tar • South Carolina – Rice – Black Majority – Stono Rebellion – Georgia – Proprietary • Last Colony 1732 • Protective Zone • Prohibitions The massacre during Nat Turner's Rebellion Ex-slaves sitting in front of a cabin in 1862
    8. 8. • IV. New England – Puritans – Calvinists, Reform – Separtist – Calvinists, disillusioned – Congregationalists – Autonomous – Plymouth 1620 – Massachusetts 1629 – Society • Town • Church • Family – Patriarchal – Children
    9. 9. – Expansion • Dissenters – Roger Williams – R.I. – Anne Hutchinson • Other Colonies – Connecticut 1662 – New Hampshire 1677 • Decline of Influence • Halfway Covenant • V. Middle Colonies – Dutch Beginnings 1609 – New Netherlands captured 1664 • N.Y. & N.J.
    10. 10. • Quaker Influence – Quaker Origins – Fox 1640s – Beliefs – Pennsylvania 1681 – Proprietary • William Penn – Purchased Delaware 1682 • Success • Problems • VI. 17th Century Crises – Virginia – Bacon’s Rebellion 1676 – Salem Witch Trials 1691 – Reaction to Glorious Revolution • Massachusetts – Andros deposed • New York – Leisler • Maryland - Coode

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