Colonial America (USHC 1.1)

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This PowerPoint was designed specifically for my US History EOC Review. It aligns with the South Carolina curriculum in US History and the Constitution, specifically covering USHC 1.1 relating to Colonial America.

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Colonial America (USHC 1.1)

  1. 1. INTENSIVE REVIEW ,5‘? )s()l'Ill(‘Rnl. I’ Li. - nu IH| 'Rlll‘l 1.1 “_. “‘. >‘<n run 1 l| H Summarize the distinct characteristics of each colonial region in the settlement and development of British North America, including religious, social, political, and economic differences.
  2. 2. Motives for Colonizing
  3. 3. The Thirteen Colonies Southern Virginia South Carolina
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  7. 7. The ”Pilgrims” (Plymouth) ‘ . ‘-, v. "’ - / -" " V '1 K ' A 0 ' 0 -igw : ,_‘_ , »' "2" I "IV ’ ‘J as Dissidents
  8. 8. Massachusetts Bay Colony Puritans John Winthrop Governor
  9. 9. Religious dissenters, such as Roger Williams and Anne Hutchinson, were EXILED. _ Williams started the " Rhode Island colony. Williams Hutchinson
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  11. 11. Southern Colonies Church of England Established
  12. 12. N 5 no “as N H N ‘1 F 3 0: , ,. CONN (NO $v N J V‘ x 0 'D “ DE‘ 4 S “"’* <29? :4. L WE 3 C GA New England Southern
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  14. 14. (Southern Colonies)
  15. 15. English Political Traditions ,4 . . ‘ Magfia Carta Parliament
  16. 16. English Political Traditions
  17. 17. Town Meetings (New England)
  18. 18. (Virgi ; ia Aristocratic Representative ‘> n 3.“ _, Z_ / ll____| l ‘T T'> _‘ 1;: I_! v 21722.‘
  19. 19. N 5 no “as N H N ‘1 F g on 3,. CONN KO $v N J F- 6‘ MD cw DEL S 4 5 “"’* Q‘& N. L ‘E x S C GA New England Mid- Atlantic Southern Commerce Shipbuilding Fishing
  20. 20. New England Mid- Atlantic Southern Staple Crops Wheat, Corn Family Farms
  21. 21. N 5 no “as N H N ‘1 F g on 3,. CONN KO fivk N J F- 6‘ MD cw DEL S 4 5 “"’* Q‘& N L ‘E x S C GA New England Mid- Atlantic Southern CASH Crops Tobacco, Rice, Indigo Slave Labor
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  23. 23. Mercantilism Economic Regulation (Primarily of Trade) - Navigation Acts (1651) - SALUTARY NEGLECT -
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