Cortes conquers the Aztecs in Mexico
Pizarro conquers the Incas in Peru
1607 = 900
1690 = 60
The House of Burgess in England became a representative for the government in the New World
Pilgrims and Puritans landed in Plymouth
Massachusetts Bay Colony
Planter Nathaniel Bacon, rebellion against Royal Governor Sir William Berkeley.
Demand for land
-Prohibition of indigenous religion
-Imposition of Catholic practices
British sovereignty over Hudson Bay territory.
-Ended by the Peace of Utrecht
Ended Queen Anne's War
Impressed Bostonians released
Prohibited paper currency
Colonial union - failed
Iroquois Alliance - failed
General Edward Braddock lost to the French and Indian because he used British tactics
Hannah Cook Heaton on trial for forming her own form of religion. Conversion experience.
Line to manage the Indian territory.
Prevent the settlers from moving west
End of Seven Years' War.
Britain got Spanish Florida and Canada
Spain got Louisiana Territory
Reduction on French molasses
Limitations of shipping items
Strengthened vice-admiralty courts prosecuting violations of trade acts
Pontiac gathered tribes and led them to regain control of their land
Repealed because of violent protests
Gov Thomas Hutchinson arrested soldiers
John Adams acquitted them
East India Company
small tax on cheap tea
merchants opposed because it cuts them out of the deal
Cant cross Appalachians
British looking for arms to seize
Lexington & Concord
conquest of Ireland
Sons of gentry
Duth wanted independence from Spain
Charles I disbanded Parliament
Reign of James II, a Catholic
Begin of the rule of William and Mary
-Known as the "Glorious Revolution" because the voice of the people was heard
British declare war on France.
14,000 navy mariners
The Reconquista of Spain, Ctholicism pushing out the Muslims.
God, gold and glory
The Treaty saying where Portugal and Spain may settle
Head of the Church of England because Pope refused to allow him to divorce
--church should not be involved in politics
--Different ideas, but a woman
Separation of church and state
Great Awakening happening all over the world.
-Differs from region to region
-Church and state (separation)
-Spawned revolutionary sentiment
After 1746, colleges stopped being associated or affiliated with religion.