11Characteristics of the colonies

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Unformatted text preview: Characteristics of the colonies * New England Colonies * Middle Colonies * Plantation Colonies Plantation Colonies * Plantations * Rice, Indigo and Tobacco * House of Burgesses * Slavery * Primogenitor Law * Law of Entail * Education-Nah! * Religious toleration-not really New England Colonies * Trade, fishing and shipbuilding * Farming * Education-yes * Town meetings * Religious toleration-NO!!! * Primogenitor laws-NO! * Laws of entail-NO! Middle Colonies * Bread Colonies * Rye * Wheat * Oats * Corn * Livestock * Fur Trade * River systems 13 Colonies What reasons have kept the peace between France, Spain and Britain? What reasons have kept the peace between France, Spain and Britain? * Charles and James depended on Louis XIV for money and support Charles and James depended on Louis XIV for money and support * They were Catholics They were Catholics * Enough room to go around Enough room to go around * A little busy doing other things A little busy doing other things War Junk War Junk * War of the League of Augsburg War of the League of Augsburg * War of Spanish Succession War of Spanish Succession * War of Austrian Succession War of Austrian Succession We are bumping into each other! We are bumping into each other! It started in the colonies It started in the colonies Come together! Come together! Right Now! Right Now! * Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Hutchinson Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Hutchinson * Grand Council Grand Council * Albany Congress Albany Congress * Colonies say NO! Colonies say NO! French and Indian War French and Indian War * Algonquin-French Algonquin-French * Iroquois-British Iroquois-British Mama! Mama! * Shes a-coming! Shes a-coming! * And shes a losing! And shes a losing! * William Pitt William Pitt * Allowed Americans to fight Allowed Americans to fight * Americans are their leaders Americans are their leaders * Came up with a new approach to the war Came up with a new approach to the war Treaty of Paris, 1763 Treaty of Paris, 1763 We won! We won! * You cant settle in the Ohio River Valley. You cant settle in the Ohio River Valley. * The French are gone The French are gone * Mom wants to be close. Mom wants to be close. * READ: Bacons Rebellion READ: Bacons Rebellion * C-Pp.67-68 C-Pp.67-68 * R-p52-53 R-p52-53 We went anyway! We went anyway! * The Cumberland Gap The Cumberland Gap * the first southern route opened for settlement through the barrier of the the first southern route opened for settlement through the barrier of the Appalachian Mountains Appalachian Mountains * Daniel Boone & 30 axmen blazed a westward route in 1775 Daniel Boone & 30 axmen blazed a westward route in 1775 * Following an Indian Trail Following an Indian Trail Daniel Boone Daniel Boone * 1775-mapped 300 mile network of trails that led from Va., NC. and Penn....
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