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HISTORYBREAKOUT

reasons for developing 13 English colonies

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INDEX

MISSION 3

REWARD

mission 2

mission 1

introduction

INTRODUCTION

The year 1492 marks a watershed in modern world history. Columbus's voyage of discovery inaugurated a series of developments that would have vast consequences for both the Old World and the New. It transformed the diets of both the eastern and western hemispheres, helped initiate the Atlantic slave trade, spread diseases that had a devastating impact on Indian populations, and led to the establishment of European colonies across the Western Hemisphere.Three forces drove the development, your job is to use the clues to find out what they are and collect the codes to enter at the end.

The original 13 colonies:

primary source search

MISSION 1

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source 1

Look at the sources below to determine one reason the colonization and settling in America

Excerpt from the Maryland Act of Religious Toleration

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Lutheran Religious Refugees, Fleeing Salzburg, Austria

QUESTION 1

What do these sources have in common?

developing technology

Religion

england's rule

QUESTION 2

Get farm land

Find new people

Religious freedom

Beginning in 1630 as many as 20,000 Puritans emigrated to America from England to gain the liberty to worship God as they chose. Most settled in New England, but some went as far as the West Indies. Theologically, the Puritans were "non-separating Congregationalists." Unlike the Pilgrims, who came to Massachusetts in 1620, the Puritans believed that the Church of England was a true church, though in need of major reforms. Every New England Congregational church was considered an independent entity, beholden to no hierarchy. The membership was composed, at least initially, of men and women who had undergone a conversion experience and could prove it to other members. Puritan leaders hoped (futilely, as it turned out) that, once their experiment was successful, England would imitate it by instituting a church order modeled after the New England Way.Based on this excerpt from the Library of Congress and our primary sources as evidence what is one reason they fled to America and formed colonies?

QUESTION 4

Check out this site and point out one religion that was not in England

Protestant

Catholic

quaker

MISSION

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THE FIRST NUMBER IS 4

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name that policy

MISSION 2

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mission 2

There are two options, one represents the colonists desires and one for Englands.

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choose the colonists

Separation of Church and state

National religion

mission 2

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choose the colonists point of view

One head of government

Localized and separate government

mission 2

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choose the ideas of the emerging colonists

Leaders are appointed

Fair elections

MISSION

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TIMELINE

MISSION 3

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select the correct date and image

1624

1607

1734

Jamestown is founded

John Smith publishes general history and describes his rescue by pocahontas

THe great awakening begins. Johnathan edwards hold a sermon

1754

1692

1632

TIMELINE

the fourth and more important french and indian war begins: the British and French and Indian forces clash near Fort Duquesne for control of ohio river

The first salem witch trails begin

Charles i grants territory for what is now maryland

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the final reason to colonize

MISSION 4

look at the images and pick the best label for it, both can be true but pick the one that fits the image. The images are clues for the final reason for developing colonies

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mission 4

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tabacco farm

TTabacco farming would become the basis for the colonies economy in many ways

corn harvest

Settlers brought corn with them and started to farm it.

mission 4

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FIshing methods in colonial america

A lot of the soil in a lot of the colonies was rocky and hard to farm so they relied on fishing

hostage

Settlers coasted around with prisoners on their boats

mission 4

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Trading post

Colonists used trading posts to buy and sell goods.

Slave labor

Slave labor was introduced to the colonies and they were able to farm things like cotton quicker and cheaper.

MISSION

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REWARD

MISSION 1

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REWARD

MISSION 1

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CONGRATULATIONS!

BREAKOUT COMPLETED