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Period 2 terms AP US History
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Significance of Carolinas and rice production in US History
Carillon (carolinas) were the "colony of the colonies" Rice production was very difficult work and required a large number of field slaves as well as several enslaved experts.
An armed rebellion in 1676 by Nathaniel Bacon against the rule of governor William Berkley, by demanding more land from the Natives as Berkley refused to do so
was a Puritan spiritual adviser, mother of 15, and an important participant in the Antinomian Controversy that shook the infant Massachusetts Bay Colony from 1636 to 1638.
Molasses Act-impact on colonial trade
a British law that imposed a tax on molasses, sugar, and rum imported from non-British foreign colonies into the North American colonies. The American colonists protested the act, claiming that the British West Indies alone could not produce enough molasses to meet the colonies' needs.
Catawba nation-how/why created
The Catawba Indians have lived on their ancestral lands along the banks of the Catawba River dating back at least 6000 years. The Catawba villages became a major hub in the trade system between the Virginia traders and the Carolina traders
Religious conversion around Wampanoag in NE leading to out break of King Philip's War
In 1675 an indian alliance launched attacks on farms and settlements that were encroaching on Indian lands. New Englanders described the the Wampanoag leader (know to the colonists as King Philip) as the uprising mastermind
The Huron, whose traditional homeland was north of the Great Lakes, were a confederacy of four major tribes: Bear, Rock, Barking Dogs, and White Thorns (also known as Canoes). The people called their confederacy Wendat or People of the Peninsula. They were given the name Huron by the French.
Maryland Toleration Act of 1649
The Maryland Toleration Act, also known as the Act Concerning Religion, was a law mandating religious tolerance for Trinitarian Christians. Passed on April 21, 1649, by the assembly of the Maryland colony, in St. Mary's City.
This of colonial Spain determined a persons social importance in old Mexico, and the church and government records of the times used over one-hundred diffrent terms to describe diffrent racial categories.
Puritans was the name given in the 16th century to the more extreme Protestants within the Church of England who thought the English Reformation had not gone far enough in reforming the doctrines and structure of the church; they wanted to purify their national church by eliminating every shred of Catholic influence.
By the middle of the 17th century, it was apparent the colonies could be an important source of wealth for the mother country. According to the theory, the government should regulate economic activity so as to promote national power.
Dominion of NE includes which colonies and impact?
Like freedom of Press, religion was another realm where the actual experience of liberty outstripped its legal recognition. Religious disputes often generated more public attention than political issues. (Religious centered)
John Locke's philosophical beliefs and most famous writings
"Essay Concerning Human Understanding" (1689) outlined a theory of human knowledge, identity and selfhood, "Two Treatises of Government" (1690) offered political theories developed and refined by Locke during his years at Shaftesbury's side, "Thoughts Concerning Education" (1693), "Letters Concerning Toleration" (1689-92),
Certain "enumerated goods"-- essentially the most valuable colonial products, such as tobacco and sugar-- had to be transported in English ships and sold in English ports. This stimulated the rise of New England's shipbuilding industry.
Frontier of inclusion and exclusion
Displacing Native Americans from there home lands by the colonists (ex) Accepting the Native American as part of society, whether by converting them to Christianity or by marring Native American women (in)
a systematic study of the communities formed by escaped slaves in the Caribbean, Latin America, and the United States.
an ideology of being a citizen in a state as a republic under which the people hold popular sovereignty. Many countries are "republics" in the sense that they are not monarchies.
the sea journey undertaken by slave ships from West Africa to the West Indies.
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