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3 The Colonies Come of Age QUIT CHAPTER OBJECTIVE INTERACT WITH HISTORY TIME LINE VISUAL SUMMARY SECTION England and Its Colonies 1 SECTION The Agricultural South 2 SECTION The Commercial North 3 SECTION The French and Indian War 4 MAP GRAPH
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3 The Colonies Come of Age HOME CHAPTER OBJECTIVE To analyze the economic, social, and political growth of the 13 colonies and examine how the colonies and Britain began to grow apart
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3 W I T H H I S T O R Y I N T E R A C T How can the colonies achieve equality and freedom? Examine the Issues The year is 1750. As a hard-working young colonist, you are proud of the prosperity of your new homeland. However, you are also troubled by the inequalities around you—inequalities between the colonies and Britain, between rich and poor, between men and women, and between free and enslaved. • What does freedom mean, beyond the right to make money without government interference? • Can prosperity be achieved without exploiting or enslaving others? HOME The Colonies Come of Age
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3 The Americas The World 1652 Dutch settlers establish Cape Town in South Africa. 1651 English Parliament passes first of the Navigation Acts. 1686 James II creates the Dominion of New England. 1660 The English monarchy is restored when Charles II returns from exile. 1693 The College of William and Mary is chartered in Williamsburg, Virginia. 1688 In England the Glorious Revolution establishes the supremacy of Parliament. TIME LINE HOME continued . . . The Colonies Come of Age
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3 The Americas The World 1754 French and Indian War begins. 1714 Tea is introduced into the colonies. 1707 Act of Union unites England and Wales with Scotland to form Great Britain. 1733 Benjamin Franklin publishes Poor Richard’s Almanac . 1739 In Japan, 84,000 farmers protest heavy taxation. 1763 Treaty of Paris ends French and Indian war. 1763 Treaty of Paris recognizes British control over much of India. TIME LINE HOME The Colonies Come of Age
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1 England and Its Colonies England and its largely self-governing colonies prospered under a mutually beneficial trade relationship. OVERVIEW ASSESSMENT KEY IDEA HOME
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1 England and Its Colonies OVERVIEW England and its largely self- governing colonies prospered under a mutually beneficial trade relationship. The colonial system of self- governing colonies was the forerunner of our modern system of self-governing states. MAIN IDEA WHY IT MATTERS NOW HOME Navigation Acts Sir Edmund Andros salutary neglect Dominion of New England Glorious Revolution Parliament mercantilism ASSESSMENT
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1 England and Its Colonies 1. Look at the graphic to help organize your thoughts.
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