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Introduction to Colonial America, designed specifically for high school students in South Carolina preparing for the state exam in US History

Introduction to Colonial America, designed specifically for high school students in South Carolina preparing for the state exam in US History

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    • South CarolinaEnd-of-CourseExaminationin US HistoryUSHC 1.1Summarize the distinctcharacteristics of each colonialregion in the settlement anddevelopment of British NorthAmerica, including religious,social, political, and economicdifferences.
    • Motives forColonizingRELIGIOUS
    • TheThirteen ColoniesNew EnglandMassachusettsMid-AtlanticPennsylvaniaSouthernVirginiaSouth Carolina
    • ReligionNewEngland“ReligiousFreedom”(Tolerance)Mid-AtlanticLIMITEDDiversity& ToleranceSouthernReligionNOTa motive
    • The “Pilgrims” (Plymouth)Religious Dissidents
    • Massachusetts Bay ColonyPuritansJohn WinthropGovernorCity ona Hill!
    • TOLERATIONWilliams HutchinsonReligious dissenters,such as RogerWilliams and AnneHutchinson, wereEXILED.Williams started theRhode Island colony.
    • (Limited) Religious Toleration & DiversityMid-Atlantic ColoniesQuakersPennsylvaniaCatholicsMaryland
    • “All About the Benjamins”Southern ColoniesChurch of EnglandEstablished
    • ReligionNewEngland“ReligiousFreedom”(Tolerance)Mid-AtlanticLIMITEDDiversity& ToleranceSouthernReligionNOTa motive
    • SocietyNewEnglandEgalitarian(Clergy Dominant)Southern Hierarchical(Landowners Dominant)
    • Plantation Slavery(Southern Colonies)
    • English Political Traditions
    • EnglishPoliticalTraditionsPopular Government
    • Town Meetings(New England)EgalitarianDemocratic
    • House of Burgesses(Virginia)AristocraticRepresentative
    • EconomyNewEnglandCommerceShipbuildingFishingMid-AtlanticStaple CropsWheat, CornFamily FarmsSouthernCASH CropsTobacco, Rice, IndigoSlave Labor
    • Economic Regulation(Primarily of Trade)(1651)• SALUTARY NEGLECT• Strict Enforcement