Published on October 1, 2014
1. Roots of Self-Government Essential Question: How does the cultural belief of a group of people affect their political structure?
2. England Regulates Trade England believed its colonies should benefit the home country: Mercantilism: Nation became strong by keeping strict control over its trade
3. England Regulates Trade Mercantilists thought a country should _________ more then it _________. Export Goods sent to market outside a country Import Goods brought into a country
4. England Regulates Trade England passes: Navigation Acts: regulated trade between England and its colonies Only __________ or __________ ships can carry goods to and from colonies Colonial or English Certain products could only be shipped to England Many colonists ___________ the Navigation Acts resented
5. Trade in Rum and Slaves Triangular Trade: The three legs of the trade route formed a triangle New England Merchants trade for molasses in the ____ _____ West Indies New England merchants trade rum, other goods for ________ in West Africa Slaves New England merchants trade ______ for _________ in West Indies Slaves for Molasses
6. Trade in Rum and Slaves Merchants often ______ the Navigation Acts. Disobeyed
7. Trade in Rum and Slaves Diagram:
8. Colonial Government The Right to Vote: By the 1720’s, only: White Christian men over the age of ____ could vote. 21 They also all had to _______________. own property
9. Limits on Liberties _________ had more rights in the colonies than in England, but far fewer rights then _______. Women; Men A women’s _________ or __________ was supposed to protect her. Father or husband Married women could not _______________ or __________ Start her own business or sign a contract unless their ___________ approved. husband
10. Limits on Liberties ____________ and _____________ had almost no rights at all. Africans and Native Americans
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ESSENTIAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES (ELO): 8.3: Students will identify, describe, and explain the development and impact of self-government in the American Colonies
1 Chapter 4 Section 4: Roots of Self-Government In this section, we will: •Summarize why England wanted to regulate colonial trade. •Describe colonial
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objective: we are going to analyze the roots of self government and life in colonial america. 4.4-the roots of self government
Yankee Mercantilism Theory that a nation's economic strength came from protecting and increasing its home economy by keeping strict control over ...
* By the 1700s, the colonies were taking part in large amounts of trade and are doing very well. * Among all the colonies founded in the Americas, the ...
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