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The 13 Originals

The 13 Originals

The 13 Originals. Colony # 1: Virginia. Founded in 1607 (Jamestown) Captain John Smith is given credit for starting this colony. Many people at this time wanted to leave their homeland in order to have more freedoms and to not be under the strict rule of the kings of England.

By Ava
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W hat A re we L earning T oday?

W hat A re we L earning T oday?

W hat A re we L earning T oday?. To learn about famous pirates To think about life in the past To write a report based on facts. W hat I am L ooking F or. Good thinking – lots of good ideas Good research Good writing. Captain Blackbeard.

By elina
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First English Settlements

First English Settlements

First English Settlements. Roanoke - 1585. Sir Walter Raleigh. Located near the Outer Banks in North Carolina. Became the Lost Colony and is still a mystery today. Speculation. Jamestown - 1607. Jamestown Expedition. Council - 6 (Captains) Preacher - 1 Sailor - 1

By deo
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The 13 English Colonies (1630-1750)

The 13 English Colonies (1630-1750)

The 13 English Colonies (1630-1750). As the colonies grew in the 1600’s and 1700’s, they became the home to people of many lands. These people brought their own customs and traditions. In time, they shaped these old ways into a new American Culture. 13 colonies. 1.The New England Colonies.

By tomas
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King Charles’ Other Throne

King Charles’ Other Throne

A pewter (metal) bowl was fitted inside the box. The seat was covered with plush velvet. It was nice and comfortable for the royal bottom. King Charles’ Other Throne. Would you have liked the job of emptying and cleaning out the pot?. … his toilet! . Or better still….

By cindy
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The Age of Religious Wars 1559-1689

The Age of Religious Wars 1559-1689

Wars of Religion. Wars of Religion: general French Religious Wars. The Age of Religious Wars 1559-1689. RELIGIOUS WARS. General Information. 1562-1598 French civil wars Philip II Crusade Dutch revolt against Philip II Thirty Years ’ War 1618-48 English Civil War

By madeline
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How are Elizabeth and Mary of Scots Related?

How are Elizabeth and Mary of Scots Related?

How are Elizabeth and Mary of Scots Related?. Henry VII. Arthur. Henry VIII. Anne Boleyn. King James IV of Scotland. Margaret. James V. Elizabeth I. Mary, Queen of Scots. Mary was pushed from Scotland due to a revolt led by Calvinists. Mary fled to England

By eara
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The Savoy Platform 1658

The Savoy Platform 1658

The Savoy Platform 1658. Examining a Puritan document. Examining a Puritan document. Read carefully what it says Notice what it DOESN ’ T say Notice the date … think about the historical context Draw conclusions on the TYPE of church that it is formulating. Jesus is the head of the church.

By dani
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Restoration 1660-1800

Restoration 1660-1800

Restoration 1660-1800. Kayla Alison Jesse. Under the rule of King Charles I . *The most blamed man for the start of the English Civil War* (1642).

By ankti
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Bubonic Plague

Bubonic Plague

Bubonic Plague. Bubonic Plague. Mid 1300’s western Eurasia was hit hard by the bubonic plague Victims would experience chills, fever, convulsions and vomiting Victims would also experience dark spots on their skin & swollen glands Victims of the plague would die in just a few days

By tim
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English Founding Documents

English Founding Documents

English Founding Documents. Mr. Remiger. Magna Carta . “Great Charter” Cornerstone of constitutional government Signed by King John at Runnymede June 15, 1215 John abused his power (over taxes) & noblemen revolted. Magna Carta. No man is above the law, including the king

By sabine
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September 4, 2013

September 4, 2013

September 4, 2013. Agenda: SLO Collect American Colonies Project Review Quads and Unit 1 Questions Mercantilism and the Middle Passage. Table of Contents: 20. 13 Colonies Chart 21. Colonial Quads 22. Chapter 1 Review Questions 23. Unit 1 Review 24. Mercantilism and Crackdown

By layne
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UNIT 1 AND 2 THE ANCIEN RÉGIME AND ITS TRANSFORMATION

UNIT 1 AND 2 THE ANCIEN RÉGIME AND ITS TRANSFORMATION

UNIT 1 AND 2 THE ANCIEN RÉGIME AND ITS TRANSFORMATION. 1. Spanish Succession War (1700-1714). Spanish succession war. 1.1. Spanish succession war.

By amalie
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King and Queens during 1625-1798

King and Queens during 1625-1798

King and Queens during 1625-1798. Ramiro Aguilar. Destiny Maderos , Destinee Hooks, and Jacob Lafever. King Charles I 1625-1649. Married: Henrietta Maria, Daughter of Henri IV of France. Commonwealth 1649-1653.

By lahela
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Ferdinand Magellan

Ferdinand Magellan

Ferdinand Magellan. by: Alyssia Brandon. When Magellan was born and where. Magellan was born in the year of 1480 and in the country of Portugal. This is a map of Portugal. Where Magellan sailed and why.

By nemo
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CH 10, Sect. 5 – Notes The Hundred Years’ War:

CH 10, Sect. 5 – Notes The Hundred Years’ War:

CH 10, Sect. 5 – Notes The Hundred Years’ War: Was fought between France and England from 1337-1453 = 116 years. Main issue: Philip VI of France seized land in France that belonged to England. Edward III of England then declared war on France. . Edward III. Philip VI .

By moswen
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CHRONOLOGY COUNTS

CHRONOLOGY COUNTS

CHRONOLOGY COUNTS. WE KNOW MORE THAN WE THINK. Ann Moore, SHP Fellow. When do you think I was drawn?. Probably about ten thousand years ago, in prehistoric times. I am the god Anubis. I am weighing peoples’ souls to make sure they are worthy of life in heaven.

By talon
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WALT: Cromwell, Hero or Villain?

WALT: Cromwell, Hero or Villain?

WALT: Cromwell, Hero or Villain?. It is Tuesday the 30 th of January 1649… King Charles has been executed. It is the end of the monarchy as we know it. What do we do now? Design (write or draw) the perfect leader of a country. What qualities are needed?

By benito
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Civil War And Revolution

Civil War And Revolution

Civil War And Revolution. Parliament’s opposition to the concept of royal supremacy led to conflict and rebellion in England. Objectives. Explore what led to the conflicts between Charles I and Parliament. Examine how the rebellion in Ireland helped start the English Civil War.

By mariel
(151 views)

Do Now

Do Now

Do Now . Please pull out last night’s homework and make sure your name is on it before turning it in. Due Friday (now today ) Explain in detail the impact of Cromwell on the English Civil War. Must be a minimum of 200 words. Due Monday: (Today)

By cicily
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