September 29 & 30 APUSH—Finishing up Period Standards 2
Please with your table mates—define in your own words the following: Know these forever!
republicanism energetic (dis)interested
democrat (with a small d) republican (small r) aristocracy
Know difference between:
APUSH KIDS—WE WILL BE USING THE BOOK NEXT WEEK. YOU WILL BE READING PARTS OF THE CHAPTERS—STARTING WITH CHAPTER 4, 5 & 6. I WILL GIVE YOU PAGE NUMBERS TO READ!
Book page numbers will be bold
Period 2 1607-1754: Discussion & Notes: let’s go over some key concepts
1. Make sure you know indentured servitude
2. Calvinist doctrine – Colonial puritans, piety, dark, dour. Make sure you understand these beliefs!
3. “individual malfeasance” could have God punishing the community–
4. You’re just going to have to know the different colonies—be able to C & C them and be able to identify regions—characteristics of them.
5. Bacon’s Rebellion and the development of Slavery in Virginia 53, book #68-70, Chapter 4
6. Church and state—read silently on page 57—the inset and discuss with table.
7. Same page “A City Upon a Hill” very important!—John Winthrop—Massachusetts Bay Colony—the beginning of the idea of “American Exceptionalism . . .”
8. Great migration—“middling sorts.”
9. “Salutary Neglect” 66 & 73—book
a. Molasses Act 1733—prohibitive tax on sugar from non-English colonies . . .
b. Why are these acts, like the Navigation Acts not enforced?
c. Please understand this concept!
10. The Anglicization of British North America—69 KNOW THIS
a. Religious toleration
b. Philosophical thinkers—names—advocated toleration.
c. New England—“Religious orthodoxy—“ but in other areas . . .
d. Quakerism and the “Holy Experiment” 70—“Deference & Egalitarianism?”
e. John Locke and the others . . . we will do lots on this! Don’t worry. Chapters 6. 7 & 8—more in depth next unit
f. Representative governments start in House of Burgesses
g. Race, race race.
11. The French Metis intermingling & Spanish American Casta
a. The Dominion of New England—let’s talk!
b. Charles I & Charles II and Puritans and the English Civil War
c. Glorious Revolution! William & Mary—ended absolute monarchy in England.
d. English Bill of Rights – more in depth next unit—not that big of deal—really. Just remember religion & change and how important religion was to these folks!
Standard 2.2. III
A. Resistance to imperial control in the British colonies drew on colonial experiences of self-government, evolving local ideas of liberty, the political thought of the Enlightenment, greater religious independence and diversity, and an ideology critical of perceived corruption in the imperial system.
We will spend lots of time on the following
o Great Awakening—Chapter 5, pages 96-97
o Republicanism—Chapter 7, “Road to Revolution,” – please read page 122 “The Deep Roots of Revolution” together.—Know the English Whig ideology
o Salutary neglect