The Colonial Period Timeline & Characteristics 1607-1765

The Colonial Period Timeline & Characteristics 1607-1765

The Colonial Period Timeline & Characteristics 1607-1765 History Timeline 1607 Jamestown, VA was settled 1620 Plymouth, MA was settled 1630 MA Bay Colony settled at Boston

1640 1st printing press in America 1695 Salem Witch Trials 1741- The Great Awakening 1760 Age of Reason begins Literature Timeline 1624 General History of Virginia 1630 Of Plymouth Plantation 1640 Bay Psalm Book 1650 Anne Bradstreets poetry 1702 Puritan History 1729 History of the Dividing Line

1741 Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God Native Americans Respect for nature All creatures are powerful Manito or Great Spirit = life

The Puritans (North) 2 Kinds: Separatists (Pilgrims) Break Free! Puritans: Reform! Influences on Puritans & Pilgrims Martin Luther

Men = Wicked; God = All-Powerful John Calvin No Free Choice!!! Original Sin You are all sinners! Divine Providence God is in control Hard work The Planters (South) Concern for nature

Concern for society Did not settle for religious reasons Chivalry Southern Gentleman Entertainment and

distractions Why permanent settlement in America? South: TOBACCO & CRIMINAL ASYLUM North: RELIGION 3 Important Americanisms Business drive

Pursuit of liberty Religious zeal Puritan Literature Religious Puritan Plain Style purification, plainness, and the Divine

Mission Southern Literature Entertaining Fiction and drama Nature and society

Types of Colonial Writing Sermons

Diaries Autobiographies Allegories Tracts Devotional poems Apocalyptic pronouncements Almanacs Elegies

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