History_Lesson_6 - 1_F Restoration occurs 2_D Anne...

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1. __F____ Restoration occurs 2. __D____ Anne Hutchinson exiled 3. __G____ Half-Way Covenant 4. ___J___ Stono Rebellion 5. ___B___ Church of England founded 6. ___E___ Navigation Acts established 7. ____C__ Pilgrims land in Plymouth 8. ___I___ Salem witch trials 9. ___A___ Protestant Reformation begins 10. ____H__ Land grant given to William Penn 12. How did the English Reformation impact the settlement of the New England colonies? How did the Restoration impact the settlement of the middle colonies and the Carolinas? The English Reformation was Charles II’s ascension to the throne in 1660. Charles II wanted to restore the connection between England and the English colonies. In order to do this he enacted the Navigation Acts. The Navigation Acts primarily served to limit trade between the New England colonies that were exporting goods and the outside world. Goods had to be sent directly to England and items could only be traded from America on English ships. In order to make more money for England, they wanted to be exporting more goods from America to make more money from the taxes that were on them. The Restoration colonies were also created out of the reign of Charles II when he chartered land in what is now New York, New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. These were referred to as the middle colonies. The creation of these colonies though may have backfired on the English as they became a religious refuge away from the Church of England. Lord Baltimore was chartered land by Charles II and it soon became a refuge from people seeking to leave the Church of England. The colony got out of

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