1-29.31-07 HIST 200 - History 200 Lecture#4 Btwn sometime...

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January 29, 2007 History 200 – Lecture #4 Btwn sometime in the beginnings, the American colonies underwent a long-term transformation from colonies of transplanted English men and women to provinces of Americans 1607 Jamestown 1610 Virginia 1630 Massachusetts Bay 1640’s-1660’s – England engages in civil war and neglects the colonies 1688 – glorious revolution where parliament rises up and exerts its authority and call in James’ protestant daughter Mary and her husband William to take the English throne Mercantilist crackdown 1763 – last of the wars with France ends; England is victorious growth in population, diversity of peoples, diversity of religion, economic wherewithal, politics (capacity to self govern) 1870’s Europe – Age of Reason January 31, 2007 History 200 – Lecture #5 Imperial Level o King o Ministers o Parliament Colony-Wide Level o Governor (1) o Council (10) Local Level o Assembly Sheriff County or Town Clerk Justices of Peace
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  • Spring '07
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  • Jamestown, American Revolution, Parliament Colony-Wide Level, throne Mercantilist crackdown, transplanted English men, American continent England

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