Chapter 3 creating anglo america 1660 1750 voices 15

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Chapter 3 -Creating Anglo-America 1660-1750 Voices #15 - Nathaniel Bacon on Bacon’s Rebellion (1676) 1. The main complaints against the government are that they needs to lower the raised taxes. Also demanding they get rid of the inhabitant Indians to make more room for the small farmers and indentured servants that were promised. 2. No, he often refers to them as "barbarous" and demands that they be taken out of their society. Voices #16 - Letter by an Immigrant to Pennsylvania (1769) 1. That compared to Johannes Hannr’s country, they are able to have more opportunities and freedoms. 2. Through what they are being told by their families and their own experiences. Voices #17 - An Apprentice's Indenture Contract (1718) 3
Ashley Osborne Richard Gorell History 120 Class 9-9:50am MWF 1. Apprentice must follow the master's rule and should not do anything illegal or anything without his master's agreement. Apprentice has to respect his master. The master has to supply food, shelter, clothes. 2. Apprentice can not play any games without his master's permission. They should not reveal his master's secret and follow whatever master tells him or her what to do. Apprentice has to respect his master and obey his commands in any places. Apprentice is not allow to damage his master, apprentice shall not commit fornication. Apprentice shall not be absent day or night from his master's service without his permission. Voices #19 - Gottlieb Mittelberger on the Trade in Indentured Servants (1750) 1. The Germans seemed most offensive to Mittelburg because the conditions they had to go through on the ship.

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