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Creating Anglo-america:1660-1750

Give Me Liberty, Foner


  • Each Chapter of Give Me Liberty is divided into sections, which you will see in bold print.

  • Each section is subdivided into topics, which you will see in italicized print.

  • The entire format will be written in Cornell note style. Questions and vocabulary on the left divided by section. The answers on the right.


For Monday

INTRODUCTION


  • Why was the end of the 17th century seen as a conflicted time?

  • In brief. what was King Philips War?

  • What valuess and Ideas had become entrenched in Englilsh society at the end of colonization?


Section 1: GLOBAL COMPETITION AND THE EXPANSION OF ENGLANDS EMPIRE
THE MERCANTILIST SYSTEM

  • What is mercantilism?

  • What was the purpose of the Navigation Acts? Was it successful?


THE CONQUESST OF NEW NETHERLAND

  • How was Dutch New Amsterdam acquired?

  • What changes did this bring to the colony?


NEW YORK AND THE RIGHTS OF ENGLISHMEN AND WOMEN


NEW YORK AND THE INDIANS

  • What type of relationship was created between New York and the Native American population?


THE CHARTER OF LIBERTY

  • What rights/privileges did the colonist expect to enjoy?

  • Define the Charter of Liberties

  • What rights did the colonists enjoy under the Charter of Liberties?


THE FOUNDING OF CAROLINA

  • What is a proprietary colony?

  • How does the founding of Carolina fit the definition?

  • Why was it founded?

  • What is the Fundamental Constitution of Carolina?

  • What purpose did it serve?

  • What laws were created regarding slavery?

  • What system did they use to attract settlers?


THE HOLY EXPERIMENT

  • Who is William Penn?

  • Why was Pennsylvania founded?


QUAKER LIBERTY

  • Who are the Quakers?

  • What did they believe in?

  • How did they view Native Americans?

  • What did they believe about religious toleration?

  • What moral codes did they establish for the entire colony?


LAND IN PENNSYLVANIA

  • Who had the right to participate in government?

  • What powers could they exercise?

  • Did this policy attract settlers if so, what impact did it have on the culture established by Penn?


For Tuesday

Section 2: ORIGINS OF AMERICAN SLAVERY

What were the advantages of slavery?


ENGLISHMEN AND AFRICANS

  • Foner states that race as a concept was not developed by the 17th century. If so, what constructs did the English use to separate themselves from others?

  • Why did Africans become the preferred source of labor for the English colonies?


SLAVERY IN HISTORY

  • What are the historical antecedents of slavery?

  • What were the conditions of slavery in the Caribbean?

  • Why did slavery become distinctly based upon race?


SLAVERY IN THE WEST INDIES

  • Why did slavery take root in the West Indies?

  • What type of economic system was established and became entrenched in the West Indies?

  • What were the economic factors that led to the entrenchment of slavery in the West Indies?

  • Why did slavery develop slowly in North America?

  • What did colonial society look like by the end of the 17th century due to slavery?


For Wednesday

SLAVERY AND THE LAW

  • What was Spain’s policy towards slavery and emancipation?

  • What was the status of the first Africans in the Chesapeake?

  • How were they treated legally?


THE RISE OF CHESAPEAKE SLAVERY

  • Why did slavery become based upon race in the Chesapeake?

  • What economic forces drove the entrenchment of African slavery?

  • What laws were created to further entrench slavery in Chesapeake society?

  • Why did the English settlers create laws against interracial mixing?


BACONS REBELLION: LAND AND LABOR IN VIRGINIA

  • What were the social and economic causes of Bacon’s rebellion?

  • How was it a conflict within the colonial elite as well?


THE END OF THE REBELLION, AND ITS CONSEQUENCES

  • How did Nathaniel Bacon become the leader of a rebellion?

  • What were the goals of the insurrection?

  • What was the outcome?

  • How did the outcome impact racial relations?


A SLAVE SOCIETY

  • Why did slave laws become more oppressive as the plantation economy grew?


NOTIONS OF FREEDOM

  • Why did the idea of freedom in the minds of slaves strike fear in the heart of slave owners?



Moore 2012-2013

American History





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