So the local colonial governments. were required to provide provisions and housing. The 1765 Quartering Act was one of the Intolerable Acts. March 22, 1765 Stamp Act The Stamp Act was a tax on every piece of printed paper the American colonists. This created conflict in the colonies.. Legal documents (that now needed to be taxed) had always been seen as business rather than to raise money.
John Eliot and Roger Williams were puritans who worked with the Indians in the mid-1600s in Massachusetts. They both started their work in Massachusetts, but Roger Williams ended up in Rhode Island. When they were working with the Indians, they performed civic duty. A civic duty is the duties or obligations a person has toward his or her society (or community) .While both men thought that the Indians were victims of the English and that it was their civic duty to help the Indians, Eliot thought forcing his religion on the Indians was helping them, while Williams fought for land and freedom of religion for the Indians. Although they were both christian puritans, John Eliots views were thatit was his civic duty to help the Indians by forcing his religion upon them, while Roger Williams though it was his civic duty to help the Indians get religious liberty.
Throughout the rule of the British in India, Europeans mainly controlled the government and police force, leaving the Indians with no voice and no protection. According to Dr. Lalvani, the British established an efficient administration over 500 million people. While this was beneficial to the British, the Indians had no control over the taxations and laws that affected them (Doc. #2). Since all of these laws and taxes were targeted to help the British, India’s freedom was stolen, as shown in the Rowlatt Act, a law that allowed the government to imprison people without trial.
In the 1500s, the Protestant Reformation swept through England and caused people like John Calvin to make up their own religions. Henry VIII made the Anglicanism the official religion of England, and any dissenters, even dissenters who belonged to the Church of England, were persecuted. Puritans were some of these dissenters, and they migrated to the New World seeking religious freedom, a place to live the way they believed was pleasing to God. As the Puritans' lives were shaped by their religion, so too did their religious values and ideas influence the political, social, and economic development of the New England colonies. That their belief that people should obey religious authority and their value of unity shaped the northern colonies'
1. Lord Baltimore Lord Baltimore was the first of the English elites who received a proprietary colony from Charles I to populate, administrate, and protect. The king at the time was rewarding noblemen shares of the Virginia Company’s surrendered territories to create English colonies. Baltimore acquired his portion in 1632, with alleviation from royal taxation, the authority to employ judges, and the privilege of assembling a resident nobility. Baltimore intended the colony he named Maryland to be a sanctuary for England’s small population of victimized Catholics.
Charleston, SC led the way by creating the breakaway "Reformed Society of Israelites for Promoting True Principles of Judaism According to Its Purity and Spirit." This was America 's first Reform congregation, with an abbreviated service, vernacular prayers, and regular sermons. Meanwhile, communal leaders, led by a modern traditionalist German-Jewish religious leader, Isaac Leeser, adopted some of the Reform practices, such as Sunday schools, hospitals, the religious press, charitable societies, with the proviso that its Jews observe the all the commandments. Leeser published an Anglo-Jewish translation of the Bible; founded the Jewish Publication Society and edited a Jewish periodical, The Occident and American Jewish Advocate, which attempted in its pages to unite the diverse voices of the American Jewish community and which also fought anti-Semitism. In the 1970’s Isaac Meyer Wise, an organization genius forged an organization, The Union of American Hebrew Congregations and a seminary, Hebrew Union College.
Plymouth was founded in 1620, and led by William Bradford. William Bradford’s writing style was simple, and described the suffering and triumphs of the Pilgrims, as shown in his book, Of Plymouth Plantation. The Pilgrims created the Mayflower Compact, which was signed by all the male Pilgrims, in which they agreed to surrender their individual rights for the good of the community, and promised to obey rules and laws passed by elected representatives. This became the basis for the U.S. Constitution.The pilgrims depended on the Bible for setting up the government (31), based on Levitical Law. William Braford was governor from 1622-1656, except for five years.
New England After reading of “Dialog between Old England” and new and “ a model of Christian Charity”. I realized these group of people, who migrated to North America, is not going there because some they were hired by some company like John smith and his people. They going to North America because they were looking religious freedom. In the 1500s England broke away from Roman Catholic and started its own its own church, and it forced everyone have to believe in this religious. A group of people think they need to reform the church by going to a new world and start a new church.
The causes of American Revolution can be summarized into several factors. The first cause was British imposed its mercantilist monopoly authority to suppress colonies’ economic opportunity after the French-Indian War. Mercantilist discourages trade as the source of the wealth to manage the empire and its colonies. For most the parts are the Merchant class played an important role in the Parliament to make sure the colonies served the interest of British government and the merchant class. American Colonies played the role of providing raw materials and the transportation of processed goods in the triangle trade route, in return for the empire’s military protection.
“Federalism is a system of government in which entities such as states or provinces share power with a national government. The United States government functions according to the principles of federalism.” Implied powers doctrine came out by the State of Maryland to block the operations of federally supported Second Bank of the United States. The state Legislature placed a tax on notes held by all banks originally built outside of the state. It didn’t speak of the Second Bank, the Supreme Court discovered that it could establish that this was the reason of the law, given that no other out of state banks existed in Maryland. The Supreme Court said no to the actions of the state by finding that the Federal Government held implied powers under the Constitution, it exercised by creating federal banks.