Colonial North America in the 17th Century Georgia Standards SSUSH1 The student will describe European settlement in North America during the 17th century. a. Explain Virginias development; include the Virginia Company,
tobacco cultivation, relationships with Native Americans such as Powhatan, development of the House of Burgesses, Bacons Rebellion, and the development of slavery. b. Describe the settlement of New England; include religious reasons, relations with Native Americans (e.g., King Phillips War), the establishment of town meetings and development of a legislature, religious tensions that led to colonies such as Rhode Island, the halfway covenant, Salem Witch Trials, and the loss of the Massachusetts charter.
c. Explain the development of the mid-Atlantic colonies; include the Dutch settlement of New Amsterdam and subsequent English takeover, and the settlement of Pennsylvania. d. Explain the reasons for French settlement of Quebec. New England: 1. Massachusetts 2. New Hampshire
3. Rhode Island 4. Connecticut Mid-Atlantic: 5. New York 6. Pennsylvania 7. New Jersey 8. Delaware South:
9. Virginia 10.Maryland 11.North Carolina 12.South Carolina 13.Georgia Colonial Virginia
Jamestown: Englands 1 st American Colony The first permanent English colony in North America was Jamestown, Virginia founded in 1607. It was a business venture of the Virginia Company of London who planned to send people to America in the hopes of finding
gold and other valuable resources. Jamestown suffered from lack of leadership and the failure to find gold, which nearly resulted in starvation for many colonists. Early American Government To oversee the colony at Jamestown, the Virginia Company established a legislative
body that was similar to Englands Parliament called the House of Burgesses. The House of Burgesses was the first selfgovernment created in the New World. Representatives were both appointed by the Virginia Company or elected by landowning males. Tobacco Saves the Colony The only thing that kept the colony from
completely failing was tobacco. Virginias climate was perfect for its growth. Colonists in the South became extremely wealthy cultivating tobacco for European consumers. Development of Slavery Initially tobacco farmers relied on indentured servants to help cultivate and harvest the
tobacco crop. In order to pay off debts, people would become indentured servants; they would work for a set amount of time until their debt was paid off usually through labor. As time passed, more indentured servants fulfilled their labor requirements and were granted their freedom.
To make up for the labor shortage, tobacco cultivators in Jamestown began importing African slaves to work for free on these ever-growing Early Jamestown In the beginning, Native Americans were reluctant to help the colonists survive and adapt to the harsh living
conditions. Powhatan: Indian chief who oversaw and sustained relations with Jamestown settlers (famously with John Smith) Powhatan convinced the Natives to create a peaceful relationship with the Jamestown settlers, one founded and sustained by trade.
However, peace would not last between natives and settlers over territorial disputes to expand tobacco cultivation. Effects of Expansion in Virginia As the colonists expanded their tobacco plantations
further from the coast they took more land from the Indians causing intense fighting. William Berkeley, governor of Virginia, only increased hostilities of settlers by raising taxes on poor planters.
These taxes in turn were given heavily as rewards for political allies of Berkeley in the House of Burgesses. Bacons Rebellion In 1675, Virginia settlers sought support from Berkeley in exterminating all of the colonys
Natives, Berkeley refused. In response to the governors apathy on the issue a planter named Nathaniel Bacon took matters into his own hands. Bacon and his supporters began slaughtering Natives in an effort to take their land and protect frontier planters. He felt Berkeley had no concern for the poor
farmers and favored Virginias wealthy. Bacons Rebellion When Governor Berkeley protested against the actions of Bacon (right) and his men, Bacon marched into Jamestown driving out the governor. Bacons Rebellion lost power after
Bacons sudden death and the King of England appointed a new, stronger governor. Bacons Rebellion showed that poor farmers would not tolerate a government that catered only to the wealthy. More importantly: the first example in
colonial America in which the citizens themselves attempted to overthrow a government they deemed unjust. Colonial New England Puritans Arrive in Massachusetts
Most of the colonists of New England were religious dissidents who disagreed with the established Church of England. These New England colonists, known as Puritans, came to the colonies to seek religious freedom. The Puritans established the Massachusetts Bay Colony, around present day Boston.
New England and Native Americans As with Jamestown, Puritan settlers were met with resistance from Native Americans over land rights. Puritans (with their superior weapons) were able to suppress Natives and force them onto early reservations. In 1675 a massive Indian rebellion erupted
against Puritan colonists. The Native rebellion was led by an Indian chief whom the colonist called King Phillip. Hence the conflict came to be known as King Phillips War. Outcome of King Phillips War A year later, after losing the ability to fight back
against superior colonial weapons, the Indian resistance surrendered. The defeat forced Native Americans out of New England. They would never return. Puritans Establish a Republic In Massachusetts, the Puritans established a republic in which they
elected their own rulers, including their governor. However voting rights were limited only to men who belonged to the Puritan Church. All other colonies were ruled by a governor appointed by the Crown. Towns were constructed to include a
commons area that served as a sight of town meetings. At these town meetings, people would voice concerns about community issues and democratically make decisions. Half-Way Covenant
As the years passed in Massachusetts, the Puritan Church began to lose political power over these new generations of Puritans. In order to maintain membership and retain Church power and authority, the Puritans offered a political deal to the colonists known as the half-way covenant. Church officials hoped that by giving colonists some benefits of church membership (the right to vote), they would be inclined to further seek full membership thus empowering the Puritan
Church. Creation of Rhode Island The Puritans were not tolerant of other religions or people who disagreed with the Church. A man named Roger Williams angered Church officials by
expressing opinions that went against church authority. In response, Williams left MA and formed his own colony he called Rhode Island. Rhode Island proved to be a safe haven for Baptists, Quakers and Jews where people could practice
their religion freely. Salem Witch Trials In 1692 in the town of Salem, MA a series of hearings were held for a group of individuals accused of
witchcraft. In the end, 20 men and women were put to death for practicing witchcraft. The mass hysteria of the Salem Witch Trials highlighted the
dangers of religious Massachusetts Becomes A Royal Colony Events in England (especially the restoration of the monarch to the throne) led to an increased control over the North American colonies. The crown passed a series of laws known as the
Navigation Acts which sought to regulate and restrict colonial trade. Massachusetts vehemently opposed the acts and refused to obey as New England relied heavily on trade for income. Further straining relation with the crown was the Puritan intolerance for other faiths, particularly Protestants. All of these events cumulated in the Massachusetts colony becoming a royal colony (more closely monitored and
operated directly by the King.) Mid-Atlantic Colonies The Dutch and New Amsterdam In the 1600s, the Dutch used a small island at the mouth of the Hudson
River as a fort to protect its growing interest in the fur trade. After a series of conflicts, the city of New Amsterdam would eventually end up in the hands of the British in
1667. The British would rename the settlement William Penn Establishes Pennsylvania In the mid 17th century, William Penn established
the colony of Pennsylvania which literally means Penns woods. The colony was a haven for a religious group known as the Quakers. The rich farmland and numerous rivers allowed
Pennsylvania (and other Mid-Atlantic colonies) to become rich through agriculture and trade. French Settlement of Quebec
The French in Canada North of the English colonies of North America, the French founded a colony they called Quebec. The French were not interested in creating permanent settlements in North America but rather to make profit in the fur trade (especially beaver fur). One important legacy of the French fur trade was the creation of cooperation between the French and the Native
Americans. This cooperation would eventually lead to war between England and France Colonial Brochures Your assignment will be to create an informational brochure discussing and describing the geographical, religious, political and economic characteristics of the colonies of New England, the mid-Atlantic colonies
AND the colonial South. Brochures should have a structure that is similar to the following: 1. New England
A. geographical characteristics B. religion (Puritans, half-way covenant, creation of Rhode Island, Salem Witch Trials) C. politics (town meetings, King Phillips War, loss of the MA charter) D. economic (how did New England colonies make money?) 2. Mid-Atlantic
A. geographical characteristics B. religion (William Penn and the Quakers; religious tolerance) C. politics (New Amsterdam becomes New York) D. economic (how did the Mid-Atlantic colonies make money?)
3. South A. geographical characteristics B. religion (mainly denominations of Christianity)
C. politics (House of Burgesses, Powhatan, Bacons Rebellion) D. economic (Virginia Company and tobacco, importation of slaves from Africa)
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