Point Loma High School

APUSH EARLY Colonial Period

Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God dramatic reading (19 min)  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQg7EzPeg5Q
 
S.  = Social
P.  = Political
R.  = Religious
I.   =  Intellectual
T.  =  Technological
E.  = Economic
 
 
Find below powerpoint presentations for review.
Ask questions if you don't understand something.
 
1. Native society Pre-Columbian
2. Conquest/Spanish colonial Organization/New Spain
3. Columbian Exchange
4. Mercantilism
5. French colonies/New France
6. Dutch colonies/New Netherlands (1623)
Dutch East India Company
Henry Hudson
New Amsterdam
Peter Stuyvesant
SPRITE
7. Irish Plantations
English Colonies
8. Motives for migration to new world
9. Royal colonies, Proprietary Colonies, Joint Stock Colonies, Charters
10. Lords of Trade/Navigation Laws (1686)
Southern Colonies
11. Social Structure
Colonies 1640-1750’s
Social Organization
Political organization
Religious aspects
Intellectual developments
Economics
 
12. Virginia
Virginia Company of London
Jamestown
Roanoke
Chesapeake/Tidewater region
Powhatan/Pocahontas
John Smith/John Rolfe
House of Burgesses
Headright System
Indentured Servants vs. Slavery 1600’s
Bacon’s Rebellion Social unrest in the Virginia
 
13. Maryland Proprietary Colony
Lord Baltimore a.k.a. George Calvert
Act of Toleration (1649)
Catholic Haven
14. South Carolina (1670)
15. North Carolina (1712)
16. Georgia ((1733)
James Oglethorpe (1733)
17. Slavery in the 16th and 17th Century
Slave Codes
Stono Rebellion (1739)
 
Middle Colonies
18. Social Structure
Colonies 1640-1750’s
Social Organization
Political organization
Religious aspects
Intellectual developments Economics
19. New York (1665)
Leisler’s Rebellion
20. Pennsylvania (1681)
Quakers (beliefs)
William Penn
Social Aspects of Pennsylvania
Relations with Indians
21. New Jersey (1664)
22. Delaware (1703)
New England Colonies
23. Social Organization in NE
Political organization in NE
Religion in the Colonies
Puritans/Calvinists
Intellectual developments in NE
Economics NE
 
24. Plymouth Bay Colony (1620)
Virginia Company of Plymouth
Mayflower/Mayflower Compact
Starving Time
William Bradford
Separatists/Pilgrims
 
 
 
 
 
25. Massachusetts Bay Colony (1629)
Great Migration (1630’s)
John Winthrop
Townhall Meetings
John Cotton
Anne Hutchinson
Halfway Covenant (1662)
26. Rhode Island (1644)
Roger Williams (1635)
“Liberty of conscience”
“Wall of separation”
 
27. Connecticut (1636)
Thomas Hooker
Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
28. New Hampshire (1679)
29. New England relationship with Indians
Pequot War (1636-37)
King Phillip’s War (1675) (Metacom)