1. What continues in the colonies
· Legislative/representative assemblies and the power to tax
· Voting by male colonists (not women)
· Established churches (AKA sanctioned churches – sanction with its meaning of official approval)
Mercantilism (in England, the Navigation Acts)
2. Changes in England
· Glorious Revolution – why glorious
After 1707 a new name and organization Great
3. Major intellectual movements in Europe and later the English colonies:
· Starting in the 1600s the Age of Enlightenment or the Age of Reason
· In science Issac Newton
· In governmental theory John Locke - social contract
In religion in a different way, deism
· In the 1700s, in the colonies Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and more
4. Economy of the 3 regions – Be able to distinguish their economies in these areas:
· The staples – tobacco, rice, indigo – where?
· Who carries the goods to trading markets and who doesn’t have ships?
· Where are the ports? (What’s a port?)
· Immigrants – from where to where?
· Indentured servants – from where to where now?
Slave importation – where now?
and slave codes? (currently unsupported area of your textbook but have a primary—a slave code—in
· Headright – where now?
5. Education in the 3 regions– not covered in your textbook
· Basic education
· Higher education
– a quick table
7. Great Awakening in the
colonies and England
Caution: this is a religious movement, but it is not anti-science.
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