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Name: ___________________________________________Give Me Liberty!, Chapter 3 Video GuideBig IdeaQuestionsGuided NotesAreas of ConcernGlobal Competition and The Expansion….The Mercantilist SystemWhat is mercantilism?Colonies exist to benefit the ______________ country (England)Mother country would seek a __________________ trade balance (more gold and silver)Colonies provide raw materials and import goods________________ goods - goods that could only be traded on English ships (________________________________________)Mercantilism was reinforced through the _______________ ActsThe Conquest of New NetherlandRoyal African Company - monopoly of the ________ tradeEngland gained New Netherland from the Dutch in 1664, became New YorkNew York and the Rights of Englishmen and EnglishwomenUnder English law, married women could not conduct business in their name and ___________ property; this reversed ________ lawFree blacks faced discrimination in New York City - couldn’t have ______________ jobs New York and the Indians_______________ Chain - Agreement between England and Indians that benefitted both groupsIroquois Nation sided with the English in attacks on rival tribes in the New York areaIroquois later adapted a policy of ___________________The Charter of LibertiesColonists began to demand to demand “liberties of Englishmen,” including a say in _________________Charter of Liberties and Privileges:Male property owners and freemen in NY could vote in elections every ____ yearsIncluded trial by jury, religious toleration for ________________The Founding of CarolinaFormed to check ________________ expansion in FLSimilar economics to Barbados - ______________________Colonists encouraged natives to attack Indians in Spanish controlled land Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina:Elected assembly and religious toleration were created to attract immigrants
What is aproprietor?What are slavecodes?Headright System of _____________ acres!Slavery became a key component of Carolina - _________The Holy ExperimentWilliam Penn - _______________________South to established religious toleration and peaceful relations with __________________Pennsylvania was a refuge for _______________Elected Assembly was established that allowed suffrage for many and religious toleration Quaker LibertyPenn hoped to allow for equality for everyone, including women, blacks, blacks and IndiansQuakers were against ____________________Pacifists - positive relations with NativesNo established _________________ in PA

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