what we call them because their manners are different
what jefferson believes slaves lack
where jefferson flourished
what the signers of the declaration would face if america loses
what washington did for his slaves
what jefferson believes to be a natural order among men
what natives are
what slavery became in america
not easily conquered
how slavery began
what defines an official aristocracy
ultimate cause of the revolution according to jefferson
require less sleep according to jefferson
what one becomes when he goes to bed early
how jefferson felt about the changes to the declaration of independence
franklins first essay signed by
silence do good
(noun) punishment inflicted in retaliation for injury/ offense
(noun) true nature, a special characteristic, the state of being proper, appropriateness
(verb) to roam about and raid in search of plunder
(noun) a nervous or fearful feeling
(noun) an uncivilized or irreligious person
(verb) to cause anger, irritation, or bitterness, to feel anger and irritation
(adjective) given to excessive indulgence in sexual activity
(verb) teach and impress by frequent repetitions or admonitions (reprimanding)
(noun) the act of continuing or prolonging something
(noun) an action that is vicious or vile, extreme disgust or hatred
(verb) to spot, stain, or pollute, to make unclean or impure
(adjective) evil, wicked, lustful, feeling or revealing an overt and often offensive sexual desire
(verb) toraise in rank, power, character or dignity
(verb) to judge a dispute between two opposing parties, to reach an authoritative judgment or settlement
(adjective) of momentous or ominous significance, remarkably or impressively great in extent, size, or degree
(noun) an abusive or malicious attack on a person's character or good name, a misrepresentation intended to harm another's reputation
(noun) vicious behavior, having or showing a wish to do evil to others
(noun) excessive or irrational devotion to some activity, a charm superstitiously believed to embody magical powers
(verb) to make better or more tolerable
(adjective) feeling of showing anger at something unjust or wrong
John Winthrop was governor of
Massachusetts Bay colony
On what date and on what topic did John Winthrop give a speech before the court?
july 3, 1645 on liberty
Winthrop's two fold liberty
natural and civil
civil liberty can be divided into
moral law: contract between man and god. civil law: contract between man and man.
What did Winthrop write while aboard the Arabella in 1630?
A model of christian charity
Who was another passenger on the Arabella?
Anne Bradstreet was good friend of ________ and this suggests she was a _________
Anne Hutchinson, feminist
Who epitomized the spirit of determination and self-sacrifice of the early Puritans?
According to Winthrop, natural liberty is inconsistent with ________
law and authority
According to Winthrop, natural liberty makes men grow more ________
Winthrop's view on women
hypocritical, property of husband, evil, wanton
Bradford found comfort in the teachings of ______
Separatist group Bradford become part of
What year did Bradford come to America?
Anne Bradstreet's first collection of poetry was published by_______. When?
her brother-in-law, 1650
Anne Bradstreet's first collection of poetry was titled ______
The Tenth Muse
Anne Bradstreet writes of her love for her ______________
husband ("To My Dear and Loving Husband")
Which poem shows Anne Bradstreet's unhappiness over the surprise publication?
The Author to Her Book
wrote "A briefe and true report of the New Found Land of Virginia" , scientist, observed native cultures
speaks in 3rd person, leader in jamestown, said natives were savage
believed men are not determined at birth but they are molded by their environment, English philosopher who advocated the idea of a "social contract" in which government powers are derived from the consent of the governed and in which the government serves the people; also said people have natural rights to life, liberty and property.
English materialist and political philosopher who advocated absolute sovereignty as the only kind of government that could resolve problems caused by the selfishness of human beings
Who was the first female american poet?
William Bradford was
DETERMINED, governor of Plymouth colony
The Black Robe
Quebec 1634, Natives are intimidated by language, god is present in nature (church-forest)
What group of Natives did Bradford find at Plymouth?
captives mostly women, europeans have a tradition of enslaving, either adopted them into tribe, killed them, or traded them
frontier wife in MA (1670s); captured by indians and ransomed after 12 weeks, , Mary Rowlandson was captured in 1675 during King Philip's War. She wrote a book about her experiences called "A Narrative on the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson"
1824 - captured by Seneca and CHOSE TO REMAIN WITH THEM. First European understanding from the inside of captive ritual adoption. Early documentation