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HIST 1311 1st Edition Lecture 5 Outline of Last Lecture - Other Europeans and the “New” WorldOutline of Current Lecture- Other Europeans and the "New" World - England and the "New" World ColoniesCurrent LectureMassachusetts Bay (1628) •it was found by "Puritans" •Puritans are Englands who want to purify all that is catholic •City upon a Hill •demographically/socially: • Fairly distribution of men and women •area that has season that are familiar to England (familiar environment) •women had a certain amount of rights (could divorce, education) •90-95% literally rate Governor John Winthrop •"Model of Christian Charity" (1650) •"City Upon A Hill" Role of Education •Harvard (Est. 1636) "Theocracy"? These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.Freedom of Religion:Anne Hutchinson -gives religious education -Antinomianism: interpreting the bible outside of the official interpretation by the church; personal interpretation of the bible -they exile her, where she goes to Rhode Island Roger Williams •Separatism •Tolerance •Founded Providence, RI (1636) England and the "New" World Colonies English Civil War -Charles l (r. 1625-1649) Role of Parliament: they are essentially funding military ventures -He dissolved the Role of Parliament because he appoints people that accept funding. William Laud Archbishop of Canterbury -He begins imprisoning Puritans as a treat. Also, implements catholic forms within the church. Charles reestablishes Role of Parliament again, because he needs money to fight the Scotland's. They make Parliament official and cannot be dissolved. Triennial Act Outbreak of War •Royalists "Cavaliers" vs. Puritans (Roundheads)1648 The army will takes over Parliaments 1649 They convict Charles 1; beheaded Cromwell as "Lord Protector" (1649-1658) Restoration (1660) Charles ll-petition him to restore the crown of England John Milton's Areopagitica (1644) Many of these colonies will merging. Type of colonies: 1. Charter (self-rule) 2. Royal (king's rule) 3. Proprietary (Individual Land Grant) Maryland (Southern Colony) •it is a catholic colony•established by Sir George Calvert aka Lord Baltimore Act of Uniformity (1559) Sir George Colleton (1663) Anthony Ashley Cooper Sugar? "Black Rice" Thesis •they began planting rice •cheap food, and so is given for slaves Slave Ads(Senegambia) Georgia •proprietaries colony •established by James Oglethorpe (1732) -he was a Humanitarian •it became a Buffer Zone Rest of New England Plymouth (1620) Massachusetts (1629) New Hampshire (1677) Rhode Island (1636; 1644; 1663?) Connecticut (1636;1662?) New Haven (1638) Absorbed by CT (1662) Middle Colonies New York (1664) New Netherland (1620) and the Dutch West India Co. James ll and "Duke's


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