demonstrated to other Europeans that coercive methods were important to

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demonstrated to other Europeans that coercive methods were important to maintain control September 14 th , 2018 Puritan Settlement in New England (Massachusetts) Pilgrims American ideal independent, god fearing 1630 “a city upon a hill” – godly city, John **** pilgrims wanted to establish godly colonies puritans wanted to establish new life, mew religious colonies everyone involved with everyone’s life Massachusetts Colony self-governing through the church men in the church elect minister saints: only real members of church you had to speak in front of entire group of your religious awakening 1635 Rodger Williams: funds providence due to opposition of Boston religious extension Anne Hutchison: heretic o Church more restrictive Economic Issues Merchants wanted to make money for social mobility Church saw this as greed Frequent conflict Government wanted to control prices of manufactured goods 55% of adult white males could vote in NE vs 30% in old England
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nuclear family controlled by man was backbone of society romantic + sexual within a marriage women had no legal status o essentially words of men King Phillips native Americans vs puritans 40% of NE natives die 2 houses of legislative o still to this day The Chesapeake Maryland + Virginia Maryland granted to lord Baltimore, who was catholic meant for Catholics religious tensions mostly protestants dominated by tobacco September 17 th , 2018 Colonization the culture of Tobacco (drives economy) o upper to deep south NE farms: agricultural substances, family labour o community ties Chesapeake: strong religious or community ties tobacco plantations, ideal locations (water) and large labour force tidewater elite Bacon’s Rebellion elected to exterminate native Americans turn on gov. burn Jamestown Small farmers, alienated by large plantation owners Social rebellion o Class tensions Mass importation of indentured servants Increasing imports of African Slaves African Slaves: lifelong service – children inherit slave status 1705: legally classified by skin colour
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cheaper than indentured service source for life and their kids Class tension slaves became labour force less indentured servant means less men to demand economic opportunity from elites Caribbean – Carolina sugar o labour intensive work o Jmali Darmers can’t compete more to mainland Rice Africans know how to make Slaves make up a majority population Owners use fear and brutality to keep slaves in check September 19 th , 2018 * notes will be posted this week * September 21 st , 2018 *CLASS CANCELLED TODAY* September 24 th , 2018 Colonial society Economy Mercantilism o Mother country betters its economy by exporting raw materials from colonies manufacturing goods and selling them back to colonies Navigation art o Only ship govs. On ships that were British with ¾ of crew British (including colonials) o
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