History Notes - 1-17 Caribbean sugar colonies are cash money in 1600\u2019s Cavalier vs Roundhead in 1600\u2019s Britain was repeated during our civil

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1-17 Caribbean sugar colonies are cash money in 1600’s Cavalier vs Roundhead in 1600’s Britain was repeated during our civil war Queen Elizabeth faces Spanish Armada 1588 (pic) Protestant win against Spanish Armada Sir Francis Drake- settlement of new world- circumnavigates globe Basically royally sanctioned pirates James 1 ruled 1603-1625 o English settlement of new world o More peacemaker o Virginia- after Queen E (virgin queen) o British settlement- Jamestown Charles 1, 1625-1649 o Regular conflicts o Parliament attempts to limit him o Dissolves Parliament when they refuse his war on Scotland 1639 Short Parliament 1640 Long Parliament o Rebellion in Ireland during o Resents power o Issues a list of problems with the king o He responds by using troops to invade parliament New Model Army o Made to fight king Protestant is New Model Army o Educated army o Educates soldiers- teaches them to read o Terrifying army to Cavaliers o Fined soldier for drinking o Hanged for looting Cavalier are for the king o Positions are bought Oliver Cromwell- commander or new model army to dictator New Rump Parliament purges Presbyterians o They cut off Charles 1 head

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