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    The Reformation In England

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    As society changes, trends repeat themselves throughout time. This same theory applies to the Reformation in England and the formation of the then newly established Church of England. No matter the circumstances, England’s reform was bound to happen. The English reform assisted in the creation of The Church of England, which follows the Christian faith. Anglicanism, today’s name the Christian denomination, is thought to be a happy medium between Protestant and Roman Catholic. The Reformation was a significant event in changing and shaping the religious system in England as well as England’s culture. In 1500 there was only one Christian church in Western Europe. All those considered to be Christian belonged to this church. Over the course of…

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    Once William the Conqueror (figure 2) after his victory of the Battle of Hastings in 1066, William became king of England, this had an impact on everybody in England and had shocked everyone. William introduced his laws to control the English people. William has gained a reputation of being nothing more than a tyrant in England. Some of the laws were that, no one shall be executed for crimes they have committed; but if they are guilty of their crime, they will be blinded and castrated. This law…

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    Many papers have been written on the struggles between England and America. Men have all gotten involved with different ideas but in the end the debate was closed. The thought of America being independent from Europe now meant she could flourish and be happy on her own. Comparing America to a baby who only depends on milk but then never eats meat is like America and Europe because America has not been on her own yet. Britain led America astray. They never really protected America, but…

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    New England and the Chesapeake were two regions that lied on the east coast of America. The people that settled in these regions were of English origin. Later on in time New England and Chesapeake started growing two different identities. People left their homes with family and all ,then they embarked on a journey to the new world. Some people went to the north for religious freedom, while some went south on a quest to find money. Massachusetts and New England were both just two regions on a…

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    The New England Region

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    The first thirteen colonies of the United States were divided into three regions. These regions are similar, yet unique in their own way. The New England region, Middle region, and Southern region each have an economy, a climate, and a history that is each unique to that region. The New England Colonies The New England region was made up of the colonies of Massachusetts, Maine (which was part of Massachusetts), Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. Being in the Northeast of the…

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    By 1750, three main countries emerged as imperial powers in the New World: Spain, England, and France. As with most European countries, in the 15th Century, they had learned about the riches of Asia from the Crusades, in which soldiers journeyed to the Middle East to reclaim Jerusalem. The land road to Asia was generally dangerous and expensive, but the European desire for fine goods caused a race to find another route to that continent. Ships from Spain, England, and France sailed westward in…

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    Have you heard about the country of Araluen, I bet you probably haven’t, Araluen is a country that is comparable, but not exactly like England. Araluen is part of the Book series “Ranger's Apprentice” by John Flannagan. It is about a country called Araluen, and a key part of that country the Rangers. England on the other hand has many sources but the one I’m using comes from BBC, it is wriiten by Prof. Tom James.The BBC source is about England during it’s middle ages. I am comparing and…

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    serve any of these others or a knight might serve a king, but there was no direct level of power except between the vassal and his lord (the giver of property). Feudalism also changed the way England was ruled, the papacy and religious reform, and sparked the crusades. Feudalism was a custom of the Middle ages, it began after the collapse of the Roman Empire. It developed around the 8th century and reached it’s peak and began to decline in the…

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    seaboard open for English colonization (Taylor 118). Between the 16th and 18th centuries, England established two major colonies: New England, a region in the northeast, and Virginia, which was part of the Chesapeake region. During the 1630s, the idea of colonization in both Virginia and New England seemed bleak, yet by 1700, New England and Virginia were respectively prosperous colonies, with populations substantially larger than they had been within that same century (Taylor 170) The disparity…

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    During the 17th century, after the discovery of North America, Europeans immediately began the journey of colonizing the area. Emerging from these newly established colonies were New England and the Chesapeake. These two areas were built along the Atlantic Coast, housing hundreds of European settlers. However, as the people of New England and the Chesapeake began to construct societies of their own, the differences between the two colonies escalated. The differences between the European…

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