SPR 17 1310 Study Guide 3 - 17 SPR HIST 1310(Duffy Review Sheet for Test 1 Thurs Feb 23 Covering Exploration-Revolutionary Crisis(1775 Foner Chs 1-6 I

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17 SPR HIST 1310 (Duffy) Review Sheet for Test 1: Thurs Feb. 23 Covering Exploration-Revolutionary Crisis (1775), Foner Chs. 1-6 I. SHORT IDS : TEN of the following short IDs will be on the test. You will do FIVE (5). Answer in complete sentences. Identify the following, giving time, place, and context, and explaining the significance of each. Your answers should be approximately 3-5 sentences each. (50%) 1. American Enlightenment; The period of intellectual rise in the 13 colonies in the 1741- 1818. It also led to the American Revolution. It applied scientific reasoning to politics and science, started having religious tolerance, restored literature, the arts, and music. 2. Andros Overthrow; Edmund Andros caused the Boston revolt in April 18, 1689. It was formed to overthrow him as governor because of the Navigation Acts. He denied existing land titles, restricting town meetings and assigned unwanted official to lead the militia, and promoted the Church of England. 3. Atlantic Slave System; The whole trade system started in the 16 th century and lasted about 4 centuries. Those included in the trade system were America, the Caribbean, Europe, and of course Africa. Slaves went to America, and raw material like sugar, tobacco, coffee and cotton along with rum were sent back to Europe, then manufactures goods like pots and pans and alcohol were sent to Africa. 4. Aztec Empire; 5. Bacon’s Rebellion; In 1676 Nathaniel Bacon led a rebellion of Virginian’s against the governor William Berkeley. They did not like that the governor was not taking action to protect the people from Native American attacks. He also denied father movement to the west. There was a decrease of tobacco prices and an increase in Europe’s manufactured goods. This is often considered the first time the colonies have acted in defiance. 6. Calvert Family; 7. Caribbean Plantation Economy; 8. Church of England 9. Columbus’ Voyages 10. Conquistadors 11. Consumer Revolution; The consumer revolution was from 1600 to 1750 in England. It was the increase of demand of consumption and luxury goods and products. It marked the change of life from scarcity to one of increasingly mass consumption in society. England also encouraged exports and discouraged imports. 12. Dominion of New England; The Dominion of New England was a province formed in the 1686, and enacted until 1689. It included, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, New York and New Jersey. Edmund Andros was the governor of the province and was appointed by the king. 13. English Civil War 14. English Reformation; This was when the Church of England broke away from the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church on 1534. He declared that, he only, should have final say in matters relating to the English church. It all started when Henry XIII wanted to divorce his wife but the Catholic Church said no.

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