Ch. 4 Homework Assignments 9-10

Ch. 4 Homework Assignments 9-10 - Trevor Grabhorn 9-14-10...

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Unformatted text preview: Trevor Grabhorn 9-14-10 Period 2 Identifications Ch. 4: The Bonds of Empire Sir Edmond Andros- Andros was hated for his enforcement of Navigation Laws, limiting legislature meetings, forcing Puritans to share a meetinghouse with Anglicans, and taking almost all human rights; he had no supporters except for his soldiers and newly arrived immigrants Dominion of New England- After James II, in 1686 a new king united Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Plymouth into one colony: Dominion of New England, to which New York and New Jersey were added in 1688; control was given to another army officer: Sir Edmund Andros, who governed at Boston Glorious Revolution- Catholics were taking over with Duke of York becoming one in 1676, and Charles II on his deathbed; when 7 Anglican priests denounced the Catholic control, James II tried them as state enemies, and Louis XIV began prosecuting Protestants in France in 1685. English tolerated James IIs Catholicism because his daughter was Anglican, but when he had a son which might be raised as a Catholic, some politicians asked Mary and William of Orange (Dutch republic leader) to intervene, they led a small army in Nov. 1688, and most royal troops joined them, forcing James II to go to France English Bill of Rights, 1689- This Glorious Revolution promised limited monarchy as in the Bill of Rights of 1689 and the Parliament was promised to be summoned annually; Anglo Americans came to share the English Protestants pride of the revolution, and soon Massachusetts, New York, and Maryland rose up against the Stuart rulers of their land Leisler's Rebellion- Leisler Rebellion was in New York and in it, Dutch and other non- English, and the militia took over the fort when thinking that Nicholson was royal to James II; Cap. Jacob Leiser led this operation on May 31, 1689, but when English troops tried to enter the forts, Leiser didnt let them in because he thought they were royal to James II, and this ended up in him being arrested King William's War- The war improved the situation between New France and the Iroquois; in 1663 the company that founded the colony gave control to France and 1,500 soldiers were sent over to help fur traders; when in 1666 French soldiers matched in New York (present day) the Indians gained fear and agreed to peace which lasted until 1680, expanding New Frances fur exports Queen Anne's War- In 1702 a was erupted again, with England fighting Spain and France; the Anglo-Americans learned that they were pretty weak without the British help when several towns in Massachusetts and Maine were destroyed and Charles Town nearly invaded in 1706; colonial vessels were captured and sieges of Quebec and St....
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