Read about the history of the South Carolina and Georgia. Use the information you find to complete the "Southern Colonies" portion of your chart.
Create a poster on which you highlight 5 people, events, or concepts essential to the understanding of slavery in the United States. For each item you include, add the following details:
Possible people, events, and concepts include: Middle Passage, Stono Rebellion, Slave Codes, Denmark Vesey, Nat Turner, The Amistad, Underground Railroad.
I can trace the history of the New England colonies, and I can describe the religious institutions that emerged as a result.
Church of England, Puritans, Separatists, “Pilgrims,” Plymouth Bay, Mayflower Compact, William Bradford, Squanto, Wampanoag Tribe, Massachusetts Bay Company, John Winthrop, “A Model of Christian Charity,” “Visible Saints,” Predestination, “Protestant Work Ethic,” General Court, Harvard College, Roger Williams, Providence, Anne Hutchinson, Thomas Hooker, Fundamental Orders of Connecticut, Pequot War, King Philip, King Philip’s War, Half-Way Covenant, Salem Witch Trials, Enlightenment, Benjamin Franklin, Great Awakening, Jonathan Edwards, George Whitefield, “Old Lights,” “New Lights”
I can trace the history of the Chesapeake colonies, and I can describe the labor system that emerged as a result.
Virginia Company of London, Jamestown, John Smith, Powhatan, “Starving Time,” Pocahontas, John Rolfe, Headright System, Indentured Servant, House of Burgesses, Opechancanough, Lord Baltimore, Maryland Act of Toleration, Chattel Slavery, Navigation Acts, Nathaniel Bacon, Bacon’s Rebellion
History, although sometimes made up of the few acts of the great, is more often shaped by the many acts of the small.
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