Colonial America was a ________ ______ due to Germans, Dutch, Scots-Irish, English, African, Welsh, etc.
A mob of Pennsylvania Scots-Irish Immigrants who led a revolt to protest colonial policies towards Native Americans
It was a movement during the 1760's by western North Carolinians, mainly Scots-Irish, that resented the way that the Eastern part of the state dominated political affairs. They believed that the tax money was being unevenly distributed. Many of its members joined the American Revolutionists.
Fishing and Whaling
What rewarding industry happened in all the American Colonies and stimulated shipbuilding?
A three way system of trade during 1600-1800s Aferica sent slaves to America, America sent Raw Materials to Europe, and Europe sent Guns and Rum to Africa
Beaver hats, Iron forges, Spinning, Weaving, and crafts people (Carpenters), Lumbering
What were manufacturing jobs in America?
Colonial Naval Stores
What were highly valued for it's tar, pitch, rosins, and turpentine for England's Navy?
A British law passed in 1773 to change a trade pattern in the American colonies by taxing molasses imported into colonies not ruled by Britain. Americans responded to this attempt to damage their international trade by bribing and smuggling. Their protest of this and other laws led to revolution.
places where people could be amused on stops by main routes or cities. People liked to play pool, bowl, gamble, and gossip here.
What was established in the mid-1700's that allowed people to communicate, although slow, infrequent, and not very good on secercy.
16th century theology (named after its founder Jacobus Arminius) that opposes the absolute predestinarianism of John Calvin and holds that human free will is compatible with God's sovereignity
It was a revival of religious importance in the 17th century. It undermined older clergy, created schisms, increased compositeness of churches, and encouraged missionary work, led to the founding new schools. It was first spontaneous movement of the American people (broke sectional boundaries and denominational lines).
An American theologian and congregational clergyman whose sermons stirred the religious revival (Great Awakening); known for sinners in the hands of an angry god sermon.
One of the preachers of the great awakening (key figure of "New Light"); known for his talented voice inflection and ability to bring many a person to their knees.
Orthodox clergymen who were deeply skeptical of the emotionalism and the antics of the Great Awakening.
Revivalist ministers who emphasized emotive spirituality and encouraged missionary work among the natives, as well as founding many long-standing educational institutes, such as Princeton, Brown, and Dartmouth.
Latin and Greek languages, focused on doctrine and dogma, and discipline was severe (Birched)
Why were the general atmosphere for colonial schools and colleges grim and gloomy?
an American artist during the period of the American Revolutionary War famous for his historical paintings including his Declaration of Independence, which appears on the reverse of the $2 dollar bill.
Charles Willson Peale
best know for his portraits of George Washington, also ran a museum, stuffed birds, and practiced dentistry in addition to his art.
What was a largely imported from the Old World which greatly helped Americans. (ex. Log cabin)
American poet (born in Africa) who was the first recognized Black writer in America (1753-1784)
Poor Richard's Almanack
Benjamin Franklin's publication which emphasized industry, morality and common sense which was more widely read than any other book in the colonies except the Bible (Honesty is the best policy)
What was slowing rising and making some progress in the New World? (Botany, mathematicians, and astronomers)(EX. Ben Franklin and electricity)
What proved to be a powerful agency for airing colonial grievances and rallying opposition to British Control that was created by Benjamin Franklin in the 1770's?
This 1735 trial of a New York newspaper editor for criticising a British-appointed governor. It resulted in a not guilty verdict, since the articles were based on fact, not slander. This acquittal was the first important victory for freedom of the press in the colonies. Andrew Hamilton, a well-known Philadelphia lawyer, represented the defendant at no charge.This helped result in freedom of the press.
Although American colonists weren't advanced in physical sciences, they were making contributions to:
Colonies controlled by the British king through governors appointed by him and through the king's veto power over colonial laws.
Colonies in which the proprietors (who had obtained their patents from the king) named the governors, subject to the king's approval.
Basic Comforts (Heat, light, running water, etc.)
What was lacking in the colonies, which is now taken for granted?