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Colonial Population
Fetility rate higher(11-14kids)
Life expectancy higher then B
Infant mortality lower than B
3
4 Massive migrations
20,000puritans(mid1600)
English aristocrates + servants
23,000 to the middle coloies
Scotch-Irish (fighsty)
4
Great Awakening
Infulence of enlightment, many felt relion was suffering(int)
Revival of faith and evangelism
French Colonies
.Friendly relation with natives
-intermaried,converting, hate B
.Expanded into E.h of canada, Great Lakes, st. laurance, MISS
Louisiana, E.Apalachians EMiss
No large rural areas,men,fur t
6
Spanish colonies
Looking for gold
Massive conversion
Priest/missionaries
Not good with natives
Not familiar based, no eco ind.
No self gov
S.west and FLA
7
Colonial wars
King Williams war
Quen Annes War
King Georges War
French-Indian Vs. Britain
4
King Williams War
-B vs France(Louis 14)
-War of League of Aubsburg
-Fought: Hudson Bay, New Foundland, Arcadia
3
Queen Annes War
-The war of the Spanish sucesion
-B vs France and Spain
-Iriquois neutral
-Fought in NE, SC, FLA
4
King Georges War
-B vs Spain, France
-Austrian succesion
-Fought in Panama, MASS, Ohio Valley.
-Treaty of Axe-la-chapelle
4
French-Indian war
-With Britain
-7years war in Europe
-George W.'s first battle
-Fought:E.Canada, Apalachians,
Ohio valley.
Peace of Paris 1763:
--Spain, gains Lousiana, NO,
--France loses all
Britain gains all French Terr.
7
Governors and Kings
-Appointed officials/cabinet
-Comanded the militia/military
-Could remove officials withouth the assembly/parliament
3
Governors
-Appointed by king(not RI, Geor)
-Veto over assemblies
-Adjurn/recess cessions
-Chose when/where assemblies met
-Set up colonies
4
Kings
-Inherite right to rule
-1707-No longer veto parliament
-Hed had to summon parliament 3y
3
Mercantilism
Gold/silver: limited
To gain more, one must take it from others.
Salutery Neglect
Robert Walpole
Under Hanovarian Kings(GEORGE)
Chose not to enforce Nav. acts
to busy,didnt want to set buroc.
3
Navigation acts:
-1651:
-1660:
-1673:
1651:
-Passed by Parliament
-Escluede foreign ships f ports
-Under Cromwell

1660:
-3/4 crew english
-Only certain good c transport
-Colonies cant export apart B

1673:
-All trade passed in B first
-Imigrated articles requiretax
3
Glorius Revolution of 1688
-Crown lost supremacy to Parliam
-James II overthrown
--"Devine right"
--Replaced by William of Orange
-No War
3
Dominion of New England
-All of New England ruled as a single terr, by Andros(3 years)
-Colonies lost a lot of freedom
2
Glorious Rev in America
-Reanacted England
-Overthrew Andros
-Precednts: Bill of R Tolecrat A
-MASS bayh + Plymouth= MASS
4
Writs of Assistance
-Could search anyone suspected of smugling 24/7
-Acused tried in Admiralty court
--no tril by jury("bias")
--judges % of fine
4
Molasses Act
Placed a tax on molasses
Sugar Act
-Ment to increace sugar trade from the Carribean(not enough)
-tax, lower then molasses
-but, more products
3
Currency act
Forbade printing of colonial $
Quartering Act
Provide quarters for B. soldiers
Stamp Act
-Put duties on most printed mat.
-Repealed, boycoteed,atacked,etc
2
Declaratory Act
Reminded colonies that they where subjected to the will of Parliament
Townshend Act
-Mored duties
-taxes on lead,glass,paper,tea
-Recognized the Amrcn.Custon S
--Enforced Nav. Act, sugar act, townshend act
Boycoted British goods, non importation.
Lost money, repealed.not tea
lot
Tea Act
British E.India Comp. monopoly over tea in America.
Boycoted good, Tea Party
2
Albany Plan of Union
Led by Franklin
Iriquois leaders-promise of protection for gifts
2
Board of Trade
-Lords of trade
-Up profit by following mercantilism
-Clearing house for C. affairs
-Build a buracracy of experts for colonial matters.
3
Hudson Bay Company
-Competition with French quasy-monopoly over fur trade.
-Recognized by Louis 14
2
Leisler's Rebellion
-Took office of gove, after he overthrew Andros.
-Hesitated to turn power, execut
-Exonerated 4 years after
3
Power of Colonial Assemblies
-Pop Vote, elections
-Propertie qual. for voting right
-Power of $, spend money, proposed legislation
3
Whigs
Backe up by parliament
became "independist" in America
Decated in E, corruption