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Finals Study IDs and Essays

Finals Study IDs and Essays - The Atlantic World America...

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The Atlantic World – America, Europe and Africa become connected through slavery Columbian Exchange – Trading; tomatoes, potatoes The Puritans – those who wanted reform and wanted to “purify” the Catholic church, they wanted to stop hierarchy (ordinary people have control), no rituals, emphasized that individuals relationship to God was through prayer and Bible study. These people eventually left for America on the Mayflower and left England for they were intimidated by King James. They had a very strict religion- laws passed that said you had to do Godly things, observe sabboth, no dancing, no gambling, covered Indentured Servitude – fixed term slavery, do this because you get a free trip to North America, you come to America do work for someone for a while as a servant and then you are set free and you have hopes that you will too make it big for yourself Daughters of Liberty – Abigail Adams- an example of a daughter of liberty, who were elites who started making their own cloth, and showing patriotism. She also thought that women should vote. Boston Massacre – British guard was guarding Boston House, British soldiers egging them on saying fire and throwing snowballs at them- someone did end up firing and 5 people died. The American Enlightenment – 18 th -century population growth – not only did immigration grow 8x by 1800, but people are having big families, there are low death rate, if a women died in child birth a man would get re- married quickly Thomas Paine – wrote Common Sense, a popular pamphlet by – it talks about how nature demonstrates absurdity of hereditary power and the we need a representative government in place of a monarchy based on the consent of the people. George Washington – First President, involved in 7 years war. Commander of the army, his election was the easiest (the first) he was very popular and dignified. People liked that he was not power hungry. He really put his personality to the presidency; he was trustworthy and well respected. near the end he wrote a farewell letter telling Americans to look west and see what we can make, he voluntarily gave up power, this showed that the office of pres was more imp than him Haitian Revolution – A revolution that started on one end of Sandoman?? (right next to Cuba) it was a revolution of slaves rising against the slaveholders with their leader Toussaint L’Ouerture, 1 st and only black state to successfully come out and win? did they win?. This revolution threatened southern slave holders Abigail Adams – An example of a daughter of liberty, who were elites who started making their own cloth, and showing patriotism. She also thought that women should vote. The Lewis & Clark Expedition Tecumseh – Land was $0.02 a piece, he was furious. War of 1812: nobody won. led federation of shaunee tribes; brother preached that they should return to traditional ways Henry Clay – War of 1812 – Nobody won. Think STATUS QUO: The state of things, thus means nothing happened, things are as they were. Declared war against the English.
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