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Give Me Liberty!
AN AMERICAN HISTORY
FOURTH EDITION
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Eric Foner
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England and the New World
• The Coming of the English
• Settling the Chesapeake
• The New England Way
• New Englanders Divided
• Religion, Politics, and Freedom
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The Armada Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I
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England and the New
World
 Focus Question:
What were the main contours of English
colonization in the seventeenth century?
England and the New
World: History
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Unifying the English Nation
England and Ireland
Mary Tudor, the queen who tried to restore
Catholicism in England.
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England and the New
World: North America
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England and North America
Spreading Protestantism
England and the New
World: Social Problems
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The Social Crisis
Masterless Men
An engraving by Theodor de Bry depicts colonists
hunting and fishing in Virginia.
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William Hogarth’s well-known
engraving Gin Lane
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The Coming of the
English
 Focus Question:
What obstacles did the English settlers in
the Chesapeake overcome?
The Coming of the
English: Emigration
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English Emigrants
Indentured Servants
Land and Liberty
A pamphlet published in 1609 promoting
emigration to Virginia
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An indenture (a contract for labor for a
period of years) signed by James Mahoney
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The Coming of the
English: Indians
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Englishmen and Indians
The Transformation of Indian Life
Changes in the Land
Drawing by John White
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The only known contemporary portrait of a
New England Indian
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Settling the
Chesapeake
 Focus Question:
How did Virginia and Maryland develop
in their early years?
Settling the
Chesapeake: Jamestown
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The Jamestown Colony
From Company to Society
Map 2.1 English settlement in the
Chesapeake, ca. 1650
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A portrait of John Smith
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Settling the
Chesapeake: INdians
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Powhatan and Pocahontas
The Uprising of 1622
The only portrait of Pocahontas
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Powhatan, the most prominent Indian leader in the
original area of English settlement in Virginia
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Theodor de Bry’s engraving of the 1622 Indian
uprising in Virginia
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Settling the
Chesapeake: economics
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A Tobacco Colony
Women and the Family
Sir Walter Raleigh Ad for Tobacco
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Englishmen Smoking Tobacco
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Processing tobacco was as labor-intensive as caring
for the plant in the fields.
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Settling the
Chesapeake: Maryland
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The Maryland Experiment
Religion in Maryland
The New England Way
 Focus Question:
What made the English settlement of
New England distinctive?
The New England Way:
PUritans
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The Rise of Puritanism
Moral Liberty
The first book printed in the English mainland colonies
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A portrait of John Winthrop
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The New England Way:
Pilgrims
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The Pilgrims at Plymouth
The Great Migration
An early-seventeenth-century engraving shows the
English explorer Bartholomew Gosnold.
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Samuel de Champlain’s 1605 sketch of Plymouth Harbor
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Seal of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
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The New England Way:
society
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The Puritan Family
Government and Society in
Massachusetts
Church and State in Puritan
Massachusetts
The Savage Family, a 1779 painting by the
New England artist Edward Savage
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An embroidered banner depicting the main
building at Harvard
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New Englanders
Divided
 Focus Question:
What were the main sources of discord in
early New England?
New Englanders
Divided: Religion
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Roger Williams
Rhode Island and Connecticut
The Trials of Anne Hutchinson
Map 2.2 English Settlement in New England, ca. 1640
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Roger Williams
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New Englanders
Divided: indians
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Puritans and Indians
The Pequot War
The title page of a translation of the Bible into the
Massachusett language
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An engraving from John Underhill’s News from America
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New Englanders
Divided: Economics
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The New England Economy
The Merchant Elite
The Half-Way Covenant
A self-portrait from around 1680, painted
by Thomas Smith
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Mrs. Elizabeth Freake and Baby Mary
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Religion, Politics, and
Freedom
 Focus Question:
How did the English Civil War affect the
colonies in America?
Religion, Politics, and
Freedom: rights
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The Rights of Englishmen
The Court of Common Pleas
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Religion, Politics, and
Freedom: england
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The English Civil War
England’s Debate over Freedom
English Liberty
Leviathan Thomas Hobbes
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The execution of Charles I in 1649
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A 1629 portrait by John Aubrey depicts John Milton
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Religion, Politics, and
Freedom: english civil
war
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The Civil War and English America
The Crisis in Maryland
Cromwell and the Empire
Meeting of the General Council of the Army at Putney
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A portrait of Oliver Cromwell
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Review
England and the New World
Focus Question: What were the main contours of English colonization
in the seventeenth century?
The Coming of the English
Focus Question: What obstacles did the English settlers in the
Chesapeake overcome?
Settling the Chesapeake
Focus Question: How did Virginia and Maryland develop in their
early years?
Review continued
The New England Way
Focus Question: What made the English settlement of New England
distinctive?
New Englanders Divided
Focus Question: What were the main sources of discord in early New
England?
Religion, Politics, and Freedom
Focus Question: How did the English Civil War affect the colonies in
America?
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Chapter 2
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Media link
Eric Foner on 17th-century society
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&f=17th_century_society
Eric Foner on the origin of slavery
in North America
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mp4/&f=question018
Eric Foner on the origin of
religious freedom
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mp4/&f=question019
Eric Foner on religious freedom in
Maryland in 1649
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mp4/&f=question020
Eric Foner on religion and
American life
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&f=religious_life
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—— Chapter 3 ——
Creating AngloAmerica, 1660–1750
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Global Competition and the Expansion of
England's Empire
Origins of American Slavery
Colonies in Crisis
The Growth of Colonial America
Social Classes in the Colonies
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AN AMERICAN HISTORY
FOURTH EDITION
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