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Chapter 3 Summary

Putting Down Roots: Opportunity and Oppression in Colonial Society

1600 New England opened space, better nutrition + healt, cool climate slowing diseases, etc help New England thrive. Came with family. Church + Family values followed by opening schools supported by taxes (Public schools) also promoted structure + stability
Women- worked not as equals, but along side and managed the home
Families were self-sufficient
3 economic groups provincial gentry, yeomen, indenturel servants, Chesapeake
Chesapeake died off from contaminated water, diseases, dangerous to have kids, unstable families
Most free former indentured servants
African slaves developed music/Art Language Creole
Salem with trials in Massachusetts, 19 were hanged over alleged witch craft
Bacon Rebellion- unsuccessful rebellion against government Virginia



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