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Chapter Two-The Planting of English America

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Mayra Montes

on 24 September 2015

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Transcript of Chapter Two-The Planting of English America

Let me give you some perspetive....
But we can move beyond the present.
Why?
Here is something small...
It could be much larger!
Here is some context. Provide some common ground.
Or something from the present, that we should look beyond.
Well
here
we
go
-Queen Elizabeth's strong ambition and leadership
-Defeated the Spanish Armada in 1588
-England's naval dominance
-Peace treaty between England and Spain in 1604
-Protestant Reformation
-Rivalry between Catholics
and Protestants
One thing..
Elizabeth Energizes England
England's Imperial Stirrings
Chapter Two-The Planting of English America
An Example:
So....
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-Virginia Company of London
-Jamestown established on May 24, 1607
-Captain John Smith & Pocahantas
England's Plants the Jamestown Seedling
England Plants the Jamestown Seedling
England on the Eve of Empire
Puritanism: English Protestants sought to simplify and regulate forms of worship.
Primogeniture: The feudal rule by which the whole real estate of an intestate passed to the eldest son.
Joint-Stock company: a company whose stock is owned jointly by the shareholders.
East India Company, Dutch East India Company
London Company, Plymouth Company
Cultural Clashes inthe Chesapeake
Raleigh
Lord De La Warr
Powhatan
First Anglo-Powhatan War
John Rolfe and Pocahantas
Second Anglo-Powhatan war
3 D's=disease, disorganization, and disposibility
Powhatans lacked unity
The Indian's New World
Old World pathogens
Epidemics/Elders
Firearms
Virginia: Child of Tobacco
John Rolfe
European demand
James I
House of Burgesses (assembly)
Maryland: Catholic Haven
Act of Toleration (1649)
Followers of Judaism and atheist
The West Indies: Way of Station to Mainland America
Sugar cane plantations
"Tobacco was a poor man's crop. IT could be planted easily, it produced commercially marketable leaves within a year, and it required only simple processing. Sugar cane, in constrast was a rich man's crop.
Land clearing=LABOR
African slavery
African slaves outnumbered white settlers in the English West Indies
Barbados slave code
"...severely whipped, his nose slit..."
"...were bound and branded..."
Carolina officially adopted a version of the Barbadoes slave code in 1696
Encomienda

Colonizing the Carolinas
Charles II
Eight nobles (Lords Propietors)
Migration of settlers from Barbados
Slave trade established
Rice plantations
The Emergence of North Carolina
squatters: a settler with no legal title to the land occupied, typically one on land not yet allocated by a government.
Tuscarora Indians/War
Yamasee Indians

Late-Coming Georgia: The Buffers Colony & The Plantation Colonies
Founded in 1733
Philanthropist (James Oglethorpe)
Georgia as a buffer
Melting Pot
Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia
Slavery
Primarily Protestant
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