Northern and Southern Colonies 1607-1676 CE; Primary Source Analysis

Northern and Southern Colonies 1607-1676 CE; Primary Source Analysis
Northern and Southern Colonies 1607-1676 CE; Primary Source Analysis
Northern and Southern Colonies 1607-1676 CE; Primary Source Analysis
Northern and Southern Colonies 1607-1676 CE; Primary Source Analysis
Northern and Southern Colonies 1607-1676 CE; Primary Source Analysis
Northern and Southern Colonies 1607-1676 CE; Primary Source Analysis
Northern and Southern Colonies 1607-1676 CE; Primary Source Analysis
Northern and Southern Colonies 1607-1676 CE; Primary Source Analysis
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This assignment contains 6 primary source documents covering the early Northern and Southern American colonies.

The sources includes; (1.) A Model of Christian Charity Author: John Winthrop, 1630 CE (2.) Articles of Agreement, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1636 CE
Author: N/A (3.) An Ordinance for Wage and Price Regulations in Connecticut, 1676 CE Author: N/A (4.) History of Virginia 1624 CE Author: John Smith
(5.) Inability to Defend Virginia Against a Dutch Attack, December 1673 CE Author: Governor Berkeley (6.) Bacon’s Manifesto, 1676 CE Author: Bacon



Each document has 1-3 questions each to help students analyze the documents and understand the time period.

Finally a short writing portions exists with the following prompt; Citing 4 of the 6 documents compare and contrast the Northern Colonies (documents 1-3) with the Southern Colonies (documents 4-6).

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