Objectives  •   Explain why the colony of New France grew slowly.  •   Analyze the establishment and growth of the      En...
Terms and People •   New France – French possession in present-day     Canada from the 1500s to 1763 •   revenue – income ...
Terms and People      (continued) •   French and Indian War – a war between     France and England that erupted in 1754 in...
How did European struggles for powershape the North American continent?France and England followed Spain in settlingNorth ...
France claimed vast amounts of land in NorthAmerica during the 1500s.• The nation called these claims New France.  Jacques...
Despite large French land claims and wide   exploration, settlement was slow.                     •   The first permanent ...
Louis XIV wanted to increase revenues from          New France in the 1600s.He sent more settlers and soldiers to North Am...
England established colonies along the Atlantic           seaboard in the 1600s.                        •   The English fo...
The Pilgrims arrived in 1620.They were English Protestants who rejected theChurch of England and sought religious freedom....
The English established additional coloniesin the 1600s and 1700s, for many reasons.      Virginia        Commercial ventu...
•   People in New England builtEnglish            fishing, timber, andcolonists          shipbuilding industries.learnedto...
English colonists had a large degree of                 self-government.•   This grew out of English tradition in which bo...
European powers in North America began   to fight in the 1600s to protect their      interests—and to expand them.   The t...
The French and Indian War was a long andhard-fought conflict.•   France won several victories early on.•   But then Britis...
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15.3 the struggle for north america

  1. 1. Objectives • Explain why the colony of New France grew slowly. • Analyze the establishment and growth of the English colonies. • Understand why Europeans competed for power in North America and how their struggle affected Native Americans.
  2. 2. Terms and People • New France – French possession in present-day Canada from the 1500s to 1763 • revenue – income • Pilgrims – English Protestants who rejected the Church of England • compact – an agreement among people
  3. 3. Terms and People (continued) • French and Indian War – a war between France and England that erupted in 1754 in North America and ended in 1763 • Treaty of Paris – the agreement that officially ended the French and Indian War as well as other fighting between France and England, and ensured British dominance in North America
  4. 4. How did European struggles for powershape the North American continent?France and England followed Spain in settlingNorth America. Though their hopes for gold orpassage to Asia were not met, they did turnprofits in their new domains.By 1700, the two nations controlled vast partsof North America. Their colonies were verydifferent from those in Spanish America.
  5. 5. France claimed vast amounts of land in NorthAmerica during the 1500s.• The nation called these claims New France. Jacques Cartier explored the coastline in 1534 and discovered the St. Lawrence River.• French missionaries followed the explorers, attempting to convert Native Americans to Christianity.
  6. 6. Despite large French land claims and wide exploration, settlement was slow. • The first permanent French settlement was founded in 1608. • Farming was hard in the cold Canadian climate, so many settlers became fur trappers and traders.
  7. 7. Louis XIV wanted to increase revenues from New France in the 1600s.He sent more settlers and soldiers to North America. However, he forbade Protestants from settling in New France.Partly as a result, the population of New France was smaller than that of the growing English colonies.
  8. 8. England established colonies along the Atlantic seaboard in the 1600s. • The English founded their first permanent colony at Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607. • Many early settlers died of starvation. Jamestown began to thrive once the colonists started growing and exporting tobacco.
  9. 9. The Pilgrims arrived in 1620.They were English Protestants who rejected theChurch of England and sought religious freedom. A compact is an While still on their agreement. This one ship, they signed set guidelines for the Mayflower governing the new Compact. colony.
  10. 10. The English established additional coloniesin the 1600s and 1700s, for many reasons. Virginia Commercial ventures New York organized for profit Massachusetts Havens for persecuted Pennsylvania religious groups Maryland Georgia Gifts from English kings South Carolina to loyal supporters
  11. 11. • People in New England builtEnglish fishing, timber, andcolonists shipbuilding industries.learnedto create • Those in the middle colonieswealth by grew grain.using nativeresources. • Settlers in the South grew cash crops such as rice and tobacco and developed a plantation economy.
  12. 12. English colonists had a large degree of self-government.• This grew out of English tradition in which both Parliament and the rights of citizens tempered the power of the king.• Each colony had its own representative assembly that advised the king-appointed royal governor.
  13. 13. European powers in North America began to fight in the 1600s to protect their interests—and to expand them. The two main The French andrivals were France Indian War erupted and England. between them in 1754.
  14. 14. The French and Indian War was a long andhard-fought conflict.• France won several victories early on.• But then British troops captured Quebec, the capital of New France.• In 1763, the Treaty of Paris officially ended the war and established British dominance in North America.• However, France regained sugar-producing islands in the Caribbean and slave-trading outposts in Africa that the British had seized during the war.

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