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Chapter 3: Colonial America

Chapter 3: Colonial America. Mr. Stump 8 th Grade Social Studies. Section 1: Early English Settlements (Pages 70-73). I. A. 1. trading rivalry and religious differences 2. defeat of the Spanish Armada B. Sir Walter Raleigh

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Chapter 3: Colonial America

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  1. Chapter 3: Colonial America Mr. Stump 8th Grade Social Studies

  2. Section 1: Early English Settlements (Pages 70-73) • I. A. 1. trading rivalry and religious differences • 2. defeat of the Spanish Armada • B. Sir Walter Raleigh • C. a difficult winter and it took John White three years to return with supplies the settlers needed

  3. Section 1: Early English Settlements (Pages 70-73) • II. A. The right to organize a settlement in an area • B. 1. April 1607 • 2. so that it could be defended from attack • 3. Many of them were not used to hard labor; they searched for gold and silver instead of growing food

  4. Section 1: Early English Settlements (Pages 70-73) • C. He forced the settlers to work and got corn from the local Native Americans • D. 1. Tobacco provided money for the English investors • 2. after John Rolfe married Pocahontas, the daughter of Chief Powhatan • E. He ended military rule and allowed the men to elect representatives to make local laws

  5. Section 1: Early English Settlements (Pages 70-73) • III. 1. They were sold to Virginia planters to work in the tobacco fields • 2. the first African American child born in the American colonies; he was a free man

  6. Chapter 3: Colonial America Mr. Stump 8th Grade Social Studies

  7. Section 2: New England ColoniesPages 76-80 • 1. religious freedom • 2. The Puritans wanted to reform the Anglican Church. The Separatists wanted to leave and found their own churches. • 3. Because Pilgrim goals and beliefs shaped life in the Plymouth Colony. • 4. the Mayflower Compact

  8. Section 2: New England ColoniesPages 76-80 • 5. Native Americans who befriended the Pilgrims and taught them how to survive. • 6. They taught them how to grow corn, beans, and pumpkin and where to hunt and fish. • 7. the Puritans • 8. John Winthrop

  9. Section 2: New England ColoniesPages 76-80 • 9. the Great Migration • 10. Any adult male who owned property and was a church member. • 11. the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut • 12. Roger Williams

  10. Section 2: New England ColoniesPages 76-80 • 13. Rhode Island • 14. Anne Hutchinson • 15. Settlers moved onto Native American land without permission or payment. • 16. Most died from European diseases to which they had no immunity.

  11. Chapter 3: Colonial America Mr. Stump 8th Grade Social Studies

  12. Section 3: The Middle Colonies (Page 82-85) • 1. New England • 2. Dutch • 3. New Amsterdam • 4. Manhattan Island • 5. harbor

  13. Section 3: The Middle Colonies (Page 82-85) • 6. Peter Stuyvesant • 7. the Duke of York • 8. New York • 9. proprietary colony • 10. New Jersey

  14. Section 3: The Middle Colonies (Page 82-85) • 11. ethnic and religious • 12. Pennsylvania • 13. Quakers • 14. pacifists • 15. Philadelphia

  15. Section 3: The Middle Colonies (Page 82-85) • 16. Charter of Liberties • 17. Delaware

  16. Chapter 3: Colonial America Mr. Stump 8th Grade Social Studies

  17. Section 4: The Southern ColoniesPage 86-93 • 1. He wanted a safe place for persecuted English Catholics, and he wanted to get rich. • 2. Lord Baltimore gave large estates to his relatives and other English aristocrats. • 3. The colony imported indentured servants and enslaved Africans. • 4. They resented the governor’s pledge to stay out of Native American territory.

  18. Section 4: The Southern ColoniesPage 86-93 • 5. The southern part had fertile farmland and a good harbor. • 6. indigo, a blue flowering plant used to dye textiles • 7. To provide a place where debtors and poor people could have a fresh start. • 8. Louis Joliet and Jacques Marquette

  19. Section 4: The Southern ColoniesPage 86-93 • 9. precious metals and a water passage to the Pacific Ocean • 10. It flowed into the Gulf of Mexico • 11. most of Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America • 12. religious settlements established to convert people to a particular faith

  20. Section 4: The Southern ColoniesPage 86-93 • 13. Father Junipero Serra • 14. France and Great Britain

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