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Agree Disagree 1. The French Agree DisagreeAgree Disagree 1. The French Agree Disagree
____ ________ ____ were also ____ ____were also ____ ____
interested in colonization.interested in colonization.
____ ____ 2. The English ____ ________ ____ 2. The English ____ ____
wanted all of Southwanted all of South
America of themselves.America of themselves.
Chapter Two: Colonizing AmericaChapter Two: Colonizing America
Section Two: English Colonies inSection Two: English Colonies in
A. English Interest in AmericaA. English Interest in America
1497 – John Cabot was the first person to1497 – John Cabot was the first person to
explore the Americas for England.explore the Americas for England.
He was attempting to find a way to AsiaHe was attempting to find a way to Asia
through North America known asthrough North America known as thethe
Northwest PassageNorthwest Passage..
After his expeditions, England would notAfter his expeditions, England would not
return or attempt to colonize Americareturn or attempt to colonize America
for many years.for many years.
B. Changes in EnglandB. Changes in England
1. The Reformation1. The Reformation
1517 – Martin Luther1517 – Martin Luther
accused theaccused the
Catholic Church ofCatholic Church of
The root ofThe root of
is ________.is ________.
This led to a movement in which manyThis led to a movement in which many
peoplepeople broke awaybroke away from the Catholicfrom the Catholic
They formed newThey formed new Protestant churchesProtestant churches..
The root ofThe root of ProtestProtestantant
is __________.is __________.
John CalvinJohn Calvin - A Reformation- A Reformation
leader who said theleader who said the
congregation of a churchcongregation of a church
should be allowed to chooseshould be allowed to choose
their own leaders.their own leaders.
This idea would later be a bigThis idea would later be a big
influence in the Americaninfluence in the American
3. The Church of England3. The Church of England
CHUNK #2CHUNK #2 Cause and Effect – Read pg 60Cause and Effect – Read pg 60
underunder The Reformation Changes England.The Reformation Changes England.
Read the first two paragraphs and fillRead the first two paragraphs and fill
out the following chart.out the following chart.
Anglican ChurchAnglican Church
King Henry VIII of England asked theKing Henry VIII of England asked the
Pope for an annulment of his marriage.Pope for an annulment of his marriage.
When the Pope refused, Henry brokeWhen the Pope refused, Henry broke
England away from the Catholic Church.England away from the Catholic Church.
He formed the Church of England or theHe formed the Church of England or the
Anglican Church.Anglican Church.
The Church of England kept CatholicThe Church of England kept Catholic
rituals and beliefs.rituals and beliefs.
However, some felt the Church ofHowever, some felt the Church of
England needed to “purify” itself of allEngland needed to “purify” itself of all
Catholic rituals etc.Catholic rituals etc.
These were the Puritans.These were the Puritans.
The Puritans would haveThe Puritans would have
a hard time finding acceptancea hard time finding acceptance
in England and would eventually migrate toin England and would eventually migrate to
4. Economic Changes4. Economic Changes
As feudalism declined, people neededAs feudalism declined, people needed
new ways to make a living.new ways to make a living.
Merchants needed new markets to sellMerchants needed new markets to sell
their goods.their goods.
To these people the new world wouldTo these people the new world would
look very appealing.look very appealing.
Joint-stock companies were formed.Joint-stock companies were formed.
These were companies formed by severalThese were companies formed by several
They put their money into the company toThey put their money into the company to
finance an expedition, and would share infinance an expedition, and would share in
the profits.the profits.
1.1. Describe the Protestant Reformation.Describe the Protestant Reformation.
2.2. Why was the Church of EnglandWhy was the Church of England