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1 Omnibus IIIA GoldNotes Unit 2Shaping of American Society

America: A Narrative History, chapter 3. Objectives: At the end of the unit, you will be able to: Describe how and why the life, economics, and thought patterns differed significantly in the Northern, Middle and Southern British colonies in North America. Locate the southern, middle, and New England colonies on a map. Retell the unique stories of why each colony was founded. Describe how the Protestant Reformation, religious controversies, and the events in Stuart England (James I, Charles I, and Charles II) affected colonization. Explain the effects of the Enlightenment and Great Awakening on the colonies. Explain the Puritans major beliefs and describe how they affected life in New England. Explain how a labor shortage affected colonial development.

Focus Questions What were the social and economic differences among the southern, middle, and New England colonies? How did various groups of people of different sexes, races, and classes fit into colonial society? What was the impact of the Enlightenment and the Great Awakening on American colonies? Readings (an ever-expanding list) __America: A Narrative History, chapter 3. _(HANDOUT) The Civil War and the Republican Experiment. Oulton, Nicholas. So You Really Want to Learn History : Britain 1485-1750. Kent: Galore Park, 2008 __The Captivity of Mary Rowlandson __(HANDOUT) Satan Comes to Paradise from Reformation to Colonization, pgs. 329-339. __Norton Anthology of American Literature, from Wonders of the Invisible World, Cotton Mather. __From the Secret Diary of William Byrd. HANDOUT __from The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, The Way to Wealth, and other excerpts. __Poetry of Ann Bradstreet __Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God by Jonathan Edwards __The Pilgrims Progress Primary Sources Projects __Nathaniel Bacon, Hero or Villain? __Satan Comes to Paradise People to know: Anne Bradstreet Jonathan Edwards Benjamin Franklin John Locke Cotton Mather John Peter Zenger

2 Terms Deists Enlightenment Headright Indentured servant peculiar institution Balance of trade Invisible bullets Triangular trade Covenant theory Half-way covenant

Events to Know in Chronological Order *Memorize the actual date as well as the event. *1607 Founding of Jamestown, VA *1619 First Africans arrive in Jamestown *1620 Founding of Plymouth Colony 1636 Founding of Harvard College 1637-8 Pequot Wars 1675 Mary Rowlandson captured by Pequots 1676 Nathaniel Bacon leads rebellion in Jamestown 1687 Newtons Theory of Gravity 1692 Witchcraft Trials in Salem Map Be able to identify the 13 original British colonies and the cities of Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Charleston, Newport, RI. Media Pilgrims Progress, Journey to Heaven - clips Wwnorton.com/studyspace Study Space for America: A Narrative History, brief Seventh Edition find our current chapter for student outlines, practice quiz and test questions, maps, flashcards and other helpful study helps.