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The Thirteen colonies As the colonies grew in the
The Thirteen colonies As the colonies grew in the - presentation

olivia-mor

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.

New England Colonies Middle Colonies
New England Colonies Middle Colonies - presentation

lindy-duni

Southern Colonies. 13 Colonies. New England-1620. New England Colonies. New England Colonies. Massachusetts Bay Colony. Rhode Island Colony. Connecticut Colony. New Hampshire Colony. Puritan. Town meeting.

New England Colonies New England Colonies  1600-1700
New England Colonies New England Colonies 1600-1700 - presentation

calandra-b

WHO? English, Persecuted Christians, Merchants, Shipping, a few Slaves and Indentured Servants.. Pilgrims, Puritans. SUBSISTENCE? Subsistence farms, fishermen, ship builders, merchants. TRADITIONAL PURITAIN DRESS.

13 Colonies New England Colonies
13 Colonies New England Colonies - presentation

yoshiko-ma

Rhode Island. Connecticut. Massachusetts. New Hampshire. New England. Climate and Physical Features. Rocky Soils. Short farming season. Subsistence farming. Bad farming conditions. Great harbors for port.

Use your knowledge of the 13 colonies to answer the following questions for both photographs pictur
Use your knowledge of the 13 colonies to answer the followin - presentation

sherrill-n

. 1. 2. The Road to Revolution. Salutary Neglect. British Mercantilism. British Economic Policies in the Colonies. The Proclamation Line of 1763. Colonist felt that England was attempting to control them.

The Colonies Northern, middle, and southern colonies
The Colonies Northern, middle, and southern colonies - presentation

alexa-sche

Create your new colony. You have found a new colony-congratulations! Now you have some decisions to make:. Economy-How will you make $$?. Government-How will it be structured?. Social/cultural aspects-what are they? What is life like? Are there social classes?.

What happened in the Colonies that Led to the American revo
What happened in the Colonies that Led to the American revo - presentation

kittie-lec

Leading to The Revolution. Interest in the Colonies. At first, British were not interested in the Colonies. Fighting wars in Europe. Far away / Poor communication. Religious separation. Colonists became comfortable with ruling themselves.

Attempts to Re-exert Control over the Colonies
Attempts to Re-exert Control over the Colonies - presentation

alexa-sche

Attempts to Re-exert Control over the Colonies Colonial view in 1763 Salutary Neglect assumptions Colonists believed Parliament ONLY supreme in regulating foreign trade Colonists believed they were able to self-govern in

The Struggle to Found Colonies
The Struggle to Found Colonies - presentation

faustina-d

Chapter 5. Roanoke Island. England’s first attempt at a colony in America. “Lost colony” – because the settlers disappeared when John White returned from England 3 years later.. Walter Raleigh.

The 13 Colonies & Early American Identity
The 13 Colonies & Early American Identity - presentation

karlyn-boh

Review- Reasons for European Settlement. Desire for spices, fabrics, gold- things they couldn’t get in England. The Renaissance. New navigation technology- stern rudders that could sail into the wind.

Origins of a New Nation Europeans Establish Colonies
Origins of a New Nation Europeans Establish Colonies - presentation

myesha-tic

The New England Colonies. Far to the north of the Southern Colonies, the English founded another set of colonies during the 1600s.. New England was a land of dense forests and short growing seasons..

Problems in the Colonies and Across the Ocean
Problems in the Colonies and Across the Ocean - presentation

tatiana-do

The goals and interests of European leaders at times diverged from those of . colonial . citizens, leading to growing mistrust on both sides of the Atlantic, . as . settlers, especially in the English colonies.

Which were the New England Colonies
Which were the New England Colonies - presentation

aaron

Turn to pages . 24-25 . of the Atlas. Read the introduction. Then look at map A, . “New England Colonies. ”. Use the information to complete the following sentences.. The . New England Colonies included Massachusetts, New Hampshire, ______________________________ and Connecticut..

Colonies S.S . -Study  Guide
Colonies S.S . -Study Guide - presentation

phoebe-cli

What was the relationship between Native Americans and Europeans in the early years of settlement?. Native Americans and Europeans generally cooperated with each other in the early years of settlement..

Colonies  T ake Root Chapter 3
Colonies T ake Root Chapter 3 - presentation

tatyana-ad

Section 1. The First English Settlements. England Seeks Colonies. In . the late . 1500s. , England began to establish colonies in North . America. to . provide . markets for English products. to . get .

The 13 Original English Colonies
The 13 Original English Colonies - presentation

alida-mead

U.S. History 7. New England Colonies. Massachusetts. Connecticut. . New England Colonies were mainly founded for religious freedom. Puritan . is the main religion. (The Puritan religion set out to simplify the practices of the Church of England).

The Middle Atlantic Colonies
The Middle Atlantic Colonies - presentation

cheryl-pis

Delaware (DE). New Jersey (NJ). New York (NY). Pennsylvania (PA). Some Background Information…. The climate in the Middle Atlantic was good for crops like wheat and corn.. They made so much bread from the wheat that this region was nicknamed “The Breadbasket Colonies!”.

Chapter 4: The Colonies Grow
Chapter 4: The Colonies Grow -

nephewhers

Section 1: Life in the Colonies. Colonial Immigration. Population, 1700: 250,000. Population, 1770s: 2.5 million . Slave population, 1700: 28,000. Slave population, 1770s: > 500,000. The population was well over 9,000.

The Colonies Mature: 1650-1750
The Colonies Mature: 1650-1750 - presentation

lois-ondre

Chapter 1 Sections 4 and 5. The South and Slavery. From Servitude to Slavery in the South. Warm climate=good for crops, not good for people. Low population=not a lot of workers. Solution: early to mid 1600s=indentured servants.

Chapter 3: Northern Colonies
Chapter 3: Northern Colonies - presentation

yoshiko-ma

1619-1700. Quick Reformation Story. Martin Luther creates 95 Theses in Wittenburg. List of problems with Catholic Church . Bible alone was the sole word of God and Faith- through salvation. Catholic/Protestants.

The American Colonies
The American Colonies - presentation

giovanna-b

Jamestown, VA . May 13, 1607: Arrival of 104 Male Settlers . WHY?. For what reasons did individuals come to America?. Colonizing America. Wealth. . Colonizing America. Religious dissent. Types of Colonies.

The Imperial System and Changing Culture of the Colonies
The Imperial System and Changing Culture of the Colonies - presentation

stefany-ba

Mercantilism. Mercantilism: a set of ideas on how a Country should conduct economics. Accumulate as much gold and silver as possible (usually through colonies and trade). Self-sufficient in raw materials.

The Northern Colonies Location
The Northern Colonies Location - presentation

sherrill-n

New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island . Terrain. Hills and low mountains, narrow plains along coast. Thin and rocky soil (difficult for farming). Weather and Resources.

13 Colonies
13 Colonies - presentation

celsa-spra

Mayflower Compact. 1620 Headed to Virginia – Massachusetts . Mayflower. Separatists. Seeking religious freedom . Others wanted land. Mayflower Compact. First written framework for self-government. .

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