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Penn first ran into trouble with his colony when he reduced the number of council members from 72 to 18. His motive was to make governing The American Colonies the colony more efficient. But Penn proved to be an unpopular colonial administrator. He insisted in overseeing the smallest detail concerning the dayto-day decisions made as proprietor. After two years in Pennsylvania, Penn left for England in 1684. He did not return to Pennsylvania for another 15 years. Then, in 1701, he received word that the English monarchy intended to take control of all proprietary colonies.
7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. The founder of New France An Indian word meaning “where the river narrows” French colonists who came to New France to work as farmers on someone else’s land Wealthy French colonists who came to New France to own land worked by others French trapper type known for his hunting and trading in the forest regions of Canada French trapper type known for traveling further west out onto the Canadian Plains French coureur de bois who explored eastern Canada, and south to Chesapeake Bay Black-robed priests who converted Indians in Canada to Christianity French fur trader who accompanied French priest on 1672 voyage down Mississippi River Fort established by French explorer Sieur de La Salle Name of Henry Hudson’s ship that sailed to America in 1609-10 Dutch settlement established on Hudson river in site of modern-day Albany, New York A.
The English, as other Europeans, believed in private land ownership by individuals. Such property rights were foreign to Indians who looked at the land as something to be used by a group living communally. Native Americans never understood the concept of someone “owning” property. When a chief “signed” a treaty, the English thought he was surrendering any right to that piece of property. Such chiefs believed they were simply agreeing to “share” the use of the land with the new white arrivals. Armed clashes with Native Americans came quickly after the arrival of the Pilgrims.
American Colonies by Tim McNeese