England's Imperial Stirring Summary

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England’s Imperial Stirrings 1. The tree primitive outposts on North America were the Spanish, the French and for the future United States. Elizabeth Energizes England 1. The bleak coast of Newfoundland was the scene of the first English attempt at colonization. In 1585 they landed on the coast of North Carolinas Roanoke Island, off the coast of Virginia. After they were victorious over the Spanish Armada, England now had many of the characteristics that Spain displayed on the eve of its colonizing adventure. The English were seized with restlessness, with thirst for adventure, and with curiosity about the unknown. England on the Eve of Empire 1. Social and economic changes were some of the reasons English settlers immigrated to the new world. 2.…show more content…
The purpose of Maryland, Virginia, the Carolinas and Georgia was to export commercial agricultural products. Settling the Northern Colonies (Chapter 3) 1. Religious Fanatic- A person affected by excessive enthusiasm, particularly on religious subjects. I believe that the Puritans of Massachusetts Bay were religious fanatics. 2. I don’t believe that political authority should be used to enforce a particular view of morality. I wouldn’t have banished Roger Williams and/or Anne Hutchinson from Massachusetts Bay. I believe that they were speaking their mind and not everyone has to have the same beliefs. I think that because they were this way in the past that they were banished but since I’m more about today’s society, it is accepted and very common. So no I wouldn’t banish either one of them they have the right to believe what they want and to speak their mind, to me they were the only unique ones not mummified by the other society members. 3. I would have preferred to live in Massachusetts. I think despite the fact that you have to go by their beliefs; I wouldn’t have a problem with it. I believe in a holy life and wouldn’t mind being obedient to their rules. I would fit in pretty
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