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● Identify the similarities and differences between New
France and the English Colonies.
● How is John Smith different tha...
● Nov. 5, 1733, John Zenger published his first issue
of the New York Weekly Journal, in which he
criticized the governor....
Salutary Neglect
● Salutary neglect was used in the 1600-1700s as a
way to decrease the strict trade regulations in the
Ne...
Self-Government
●The Virginia Company, from 1619, were supportive
of the House of Burgesses to make laws for
Jamestown Col...
● During the 1600s, France was the dominate power
on the European continent.
● While England was in the middle of its only...
●Complete the packet:
●Read and provide a summery in the side box
●Complete 5 questions on the back
●Complete cutouts and ...
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Salutary Neglect & French and Indian War

  1. 1. ● Identify the similarities and differences between New France and the English Colonies. ● How is John Smith different than John Rolfe? Objective (I Can…) Explain how salutary neglect and self- government fostered individualism. Describe the causes and results of the French and Indian War. Brain Quest
  2. 2. ● Nov. 5, 1733, John Zenger published his first issue of the New York Weekly Journal, in which he criticized the governor. ● His paper continued the attacks for a year. ● November 1734 Zenger is arrested for Libel. ● Zenger was imprisoned but eventually found NOT guilty, due to the idea of freedom of the press. The Zenger Trial
  3. 3. Salutary Neglect ● Salutary neglect was used in the 1600-1700s as a way to decrease the strict trade regulations in the New England Colonies. ●An unwritten policy to allow the colonies to prosper. ●However, this policy led the colonies to believe that they no longer needed England for political or economic reasons.
  4. 4. Self-Government ●The Virginia Company, from 1619, were supportive of the House of Burgesses to make laws for Jamestown Colony. ●Massachusetts: ●Colonists set up a legislature in 1629 called the General Court and colonists began to elect delegates to the Court. ●By 1760, all British Colonies had a legislature. ●Offered more power to the people, between 50-75% of men could vote- a much larger percentage than in England.
  5. 5. ● During the 1600s, France was the dominate power on the European continent. ● While England was in the middle of its only civil war in its history. However, by 1700 they were emerging as a global power. ● The French and Indian began in 1754 as French and British soldiers butted heads over control of the Ohio Valley. ● At stake were the lucrative fur trade and access to the Mississippi River, the lifeline of the frontier to the west. America’s Place in the Global Struggle
  6. 6. ●Complete the packet: ●Read and provide a summery in the side box ●Complete 5 questions on the back ●Complete cutouts and popups French and Indian War

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