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APUSH Period 2 Timeline of Major Ideas and Events (1607-1754)
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These were colonies that were typically owned by joint-stock companies, such as that at Jamestown.
These were colonies that were created to be under direct authority and rule of the king's government, such as that of Virginia in 1624.
These colonies were under the authority of individuals granted charters of ownership from the King, such as that of Maryland and Pennsylvania.
This was the first permanent settlement in America which was founded by King James I under the Virginia Company.
What were the early problems that Jamestown endured?
Many of the early problems faces in this colony, although self-induced, included dysentery, malaria, the refusal of many to hunt and farm, conflict among natives, and eventually starvation.
Why did Jamestown transition to a royal colony?
With the news that the colony had faced bankruptcy, King James I had seen enough hardship as the colony was generally unsuccessful, thus he finally decided to take direct control.
What were the early hardships that the Plymouth colony endured?
Massachusetts Bay Colony (1630)
Representative Assembly in Virginia (1619)
Representative Government in New England (1620)
What were the limits to Colonial Democracy?
Act of Toleration (1649)
Protestant Revolt (late 1600s)
What did a Dutch ship bring to Virginia in 1619? What were the implication for the New World?
What economic problems did the Chesapeake colonies endure in the 1660s?
Bacon's Rebellion (1676)
What two long-lasting disputes in colonial Virginia were highlighted by Bacon's Rebellion?
Rhode Island (1644)
Fundamental Orders of Connecticut (1639)
New Haven (1665)
New Hampshire (1679)
Halfway Covenant (1660s)
New England Confederation (1643)
King Phillip's War (1675-1676)
Why were New American colonies referred to as Restoration Colonies?
South Carolina (1729)
North Carolina (1729)
New York (1644)
New Jersey (1664)
Pennsylvania "The Holy Experiment" (1681)
Quakers and William Penn
What were the special regulations that Georgia required of its inhabitants?
Why did Georgia become a royal colony?
This is an accumulation of wealth as a basis for a mother country's military and political strength.
What were the three rules for colonial trade according to the Navigation Acts passed between 1650 and 1673?
What were the impacts of the Navigation Acts on the colonies?
How were the Navigation Acts enforced?
Dominion of New England (1686)
What were the 3 factors that increased demand for more slaves?
List some of the restriction put on slaves.
Triangular Trade (17th century)
Why were there spectacular gains in population during the 18th century in the colonies?
Who was journeying to the colonies?
Why were new immigrants settling?
List 4 general characteristics of the development of the 13 colonies.
No hereditary aristocracy
What was life like for men in the colonies?
Most colonial men worked and owned land. They generally dominated politics and carried almost unlimited power in the household.
What was life like for women in the colonies?
Colonial women had a wide range of tasks including cooking, cleaning, and caring for medical issues. However, they received limited legal and political rights.
Known for its subsistence farming through rocky soil and long winters. It was economically successful primarily from logging and shipbuilding.
This region was known as the "breadbasket" as it contained rich soil effective towards successful farming fueled by indentured servitude. However, there were few manufacturing efforts made.
Known for its plantation life and diverse geography.
Why were some colonies forced to print paper money?
Most often for the purpose of providing currency for domestic trade and because North America was limited on hard metals.
Compare and contrast travel on land and by water in the colonies.
Water was typically easier to travel across while land was rough and narrow. Thus, trade was oftentimes centered around waterways.
What were some challenges that each religious group faced in the colonies?
Jews, Catholics, and Quakers were the most challenged religious groups, suffering through discrimination and persecution.
The Great Awakening (1730s and 1740s)
What was the religious impact of the Great Awakening?
What were the political impacts of the Great Awakening?
Poor Richard's Almanac (1732-1757)
How did elementary education differ from colonial region to region?
The first colonial colleges were sectarian. What does that mean? What major event prompted their creation?
What was on one of the only professions to enjoy widespread respect?
Why were lawyers not needed in colonial America? In what time period would they gain respect?
The Zenger Case (1735)
The Enlightenment (18th century)
Two Treatises of Government
What did the structure of government look like in the colonies?
Who was allowed to vote in Colonial America?
Mainly landowning colonial white men.
Because of the excise tax on whiskey, the tariff on imported goods and the monies derived from the assumption plan, Hamilton and federalists argued for the need to create
If the pitot tube ram air pressure hole and drain hole become obstructed, the airspeed indicator will operate
Vroom's normative decision making focused on this one dimension
What were some problems Jamestown settlers faced?
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