Chapter 2 englands new world experiments 1607 1732

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Chapter 2- England’s New World Experiments, 1607 -1732 Terms: joint-stock company headright system indentured servants Mayflower Compact Anne Hutchinson Quakers Why was John Smith important to the development of Jamestown? Describe the class structure in colonial Virginia. What was the religious make-up of the Maryland colony? Describe the source of the Puritans’ beliefs, including the ideas of “covenant” and “city on a hill.” How did their beliefs form their attitudes about religious tolerance? How did the focus of government in New England differ from that in other areas? How was Rhode Island different than the other New England colonies? How did diversity shape the development of the Middle Colonies?
How did the culture of Barbados affect the development of the Carolina colonies? Why was the Georgia colony established? Chapter 3- Putting Down Roots: Opportunity and Oppression in Colonial Society, 1619-1692 Terms: Stono Uprising mercantilism enumerated goods Navigation Acts Bacon’s Rebellion Glorious Revolution What explains the social stability of colonial New England? What were some limitations on women’s rights in New England? In what ways was Chesapeake society different from New England society? (Pay attention to family structure, labor and social classes) Until 1700, why were there far fewer African slaves in Virginia than in the Caribbean colonies?

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