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1.5.3 Explore: Events That Shaped the Atlantic World Exploration AP U.S. History Sem 1 (S3530872) Name: __________Jash Jhajj__________ Points possible: 10 Date: ___10/13/19_________ This explore assignment is worth 10 points. To get the best grade possible, review the scoring rubric below and follow the instructions in the assignment closely. Use the following links to research the defining characteristics of the Atlantic World. As you conduct your research, keep notes on key findings in the chart below. This section is worth 5 points. Web links Living in the Atlantic World "Salutary Neglect," Encyclopedia Virginia African Slavery in Colonial British North America Religion in Colonial America: Trends, Regulations, and Beliefs Slave Rebellion: A Timeline Characteristic Web research notes Sources Social Parliament passes the Navigation Act, which requires all goods shipped to and from the American colonies to travel in English ships and excludes Dutch vessels from American ports, thereby denying Virginia planters their best trading partners. Parliament passes the Staple Act, limiting the export of certain enumerated crops, most prominently Chesapeake tobacco and West Indian sugar, to England. King William III appoints a body of eight commissioners, known as the Board of Trade, to supervise colonial laws, particularly those that might contradict imperial trade policy. Parliament passes the Woolen Act, which prohibits the export of American-made cloth from its colony of origin. Alexander Spotswood seeks to enhance imperial authority during his tenure as governor of Virginia, but is met with "Salutary Neglect," Encyclopedia Virginia
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resistance from the General Assembly. British statesman Robert Walpole is appointed to the offices of First Lord of the Treasury and chancellor of the exchequer, effectively becoming Britain's first prime minister. During his tenure, Walpole will promote a relaxed attitude toward enforcement of colonial trade laws. Parliament passes the Hat Act, preventing the trade of American-made hats, and the Debt Recovery Act, which declares land and slaves to be the equivalent of property for the purpose of satisfying debts owed by colonists. Religious To understand how America's current balance among national law, local community practice, and individual freedom of belief evolved, it's helpful to understand some of the common experiences and patterns around religion in colonial culture in the period between 1600 and 1776. In
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