Lecture 04 W12 post

Lecture 04 W12 post - Wednesday, January 18th Add/drop...

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Wednesday, January 18 th Add/drop deadline is TODAY! Draft of essay #1 due: Thursday or Friday, February 2 or 3 Post electronic version online at Turn-It-In on Blackboard prior to lab. Submit two hard copies at the beginning of lab. Late penalties: Up to 24 hours late: 10% deduction Between 24 and 48 hours late: 25% deduction More than 48 hours late: no credit
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COLONIAL INFLUENCES
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Outline for Today Early English settlements Jamestown Plymouth Massachusetts Bay Puritans and John Winthrop Early colonial constitutions Development of democratic institutions in the colonies Colonial Influences 3
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Jamestown: Corporate Community Mostly Self-Interest Business venture intended to make a profit. 1607: (John Smith) Harsh conditions, barely survived Saved by tobacco Colonial Influences 4
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Jamestown: Corporate Community Mostly Self-interest Lots of labor needed. Indentured servants. Slaves. Immigrants spread out throughout Virginia to seek profits individually. Key political institutions emerged. Jamestown: Corporate Community Mostly Self Interest Colonial Influences 5
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Legacy of Jamestown Individualism Representative government Royal governor but local House of Burgesses. Slavery A good deal of local autonomy. Distance from rulers in England. Perceived insignificance Colonial Influences 6
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Mostly Public Virtue 1620: Separatists (Pilgrims), led by William Bradford. Motivated by desire for religious freedom and to create kingdom of God on earth.
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2012 for the course AHTG 100 taught by Professor Pope during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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Lecture 04 W12 post - Wednesday, January 18th Add/drop...

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