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Century - 1600s

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The 1600s refers to the time period of 1601 to 1700. Significant events during this time period, known as the 17th century, include the Scientific Revolution, the Thirty Years' War, and the English Civil War. It was during this century that scientists such as Isaac Newton and Galileo made their discoveries known.
London was very different in 1600 than it is now... London was a very smelly place. There were different things that caused the smell for example the butchers would skin and gut animals and then throw unwanted bits and bobs in the river (which was right by the houses) and people also put all there w…
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Answer fish Answer fish Answer Blacksmith, shoemaker, carpenter, etc.
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monarchy- all power under king and no freedom of peoples
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Answer The 1600s were a time marked by the Scientific Revolution. During this time, women were treated as inferior being who were meant to tend to the house and tend to children. During this time, a centuries-long debate known as the Querreles des Femmes was occurring in which men argued that wom…
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Depends on the country or geographical area. Generally, in England and its colonies, they would often refer to the king or queen of the time. In france, they often used the term empire such as 2nd empire etc. Baroque was popular in the 1600s and leading edge design in the 1600's and 1700's often u…
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The men and boys spent their days working in the fields and hunting. They cut firewood and made tools. They also raised cattle for food and leather and sheep for wool, the men also guarded the town. Women and girls would spend lots of the day slaving over the fire. They churned cream to turn into b…
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English Bill of Rights, 1689 Americans are likely to find at least two clauses familiar from the American Bill of Rights - the outlawing of cruel and unusual punishments and the ban on excessive bail. There's no substitute for having a look. Joncey
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By selling many things and working at low payed jobs!
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CONNECTICUT 1600'sI BELIEVE THAT the main occupation, besides farming, was trading. Up and down the Connecticut river there were settlements where the American Indians lived as did explorers from foreign countries. The Dutch, for example, wouldtrade steel tools and advanced "technology" to the India…
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London was a very smelly place.There were different things that caused the smell for example the butchers would skin and gut animals and throw unwanted bits and bobs in the river [which was right by the houses] and people also put all there waste into the river. The smell in the street was very over…
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they wore padded shoulder pads Women during the war were working so they were more casually dressed and cared less about being prim and proper.
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Give more rights to the people of England.Made the Monarch ProdastantsGave freedom of speech to everyoneNo more religion changeStopped Monarchs raising taxes to muchThe Bill of Rights is a series of limitations on the power of the U.S. government, protecting the natural rights of liberty and propert…
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As a teenager in the sixties, we enjoyed the "British invasion", meaning we wore our hair long, we dressed in paisley shirts, bell-bottom magenta jeans with wide belts and wore desert boots on our feet. This was the era of mind-expanding drugs, so many of us experimented with LSD, mushrooms and many…
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Religon in 1600s The Religion tension between Protestants and Catholics was growing, causing many wars. During this age, many scholars were developing the Humanist worldview, where they leaned only on science and not religion. The Muslim religion was spreading over the Middle East. In Japan, whic…
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the slaves started to rebel against their masters.
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many many many things!!1. cool music taste came into fashion example - the beatles & rollnig stones e.c.t...2. John . F. Kennedy got assassinated in 19633. Martin Luther knig helped for civil rights4. Neil alden Armstrong landed on the moon in 1969.5. Prince Charles became the prince of wales in…
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The 1600's was a time of puritan belief. Their values reflected ideas and beliefs that would "purify" their souls and abolish sin. Marriage was a strong belief in the 1600's so any adultery or sex outside of marriage was taken very seriously, even punishable by death. Religion and going to church we…
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Answer As might be expected, the text of the Magna Carta of 1215 bears many traces of haste, and is clearly the product of much bargaining and many hands. Most of its clauses deal with specific, and often long-standing, grievances rather than with general principles of law. Some of the grievances…
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very weird
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all sports that involve lasagna
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it was terrible this is when the telescope was invented they used the telescope to do a lot of research
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answer Mary, and her husband, William of Orange, a Dutch prince.
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Gallileo, Newton, Boyle,
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pretty but small.
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The English Bill of Rights was written in 1689
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Well, it was like nothing in England, where monastic houses had been suppressed yb King Henry VIII after his split with Rome. "The Dissolution of the Monasteries, sometimes referred to as the Suppression of the Monasteries, denotes the administrative and legal processes between 1536 and 1541 by whic…
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footballsoccergolftennisi don't know any other us sports
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During the 1600s, the promise of wealth, fertile land, and plentiful food attracted settlers to an area of Virginia known as the Jamestown Colony (the first permanent settlement in the U.S.) As the colony developed, even more English colonists sailed to Jamestown. The influx of settlers became espec…
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Was Pretty Cool
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Friendly's Ice Cream, Big Y, Reebok, and Dunkin Donuts
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In the 1600s, Islam was widely practiced in the Sahel region; Timbuktu was a center of Islamic learning. Christianity was the major religion of Ethiopia.
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It limited the power of the monarch. The Bill of Rights, 1689, in British history, one of the fundamental instruments of constitutional law. It registered in statutory form the outcome of the long 17th-century struggle between the Stuart kings and the English Parliament. Its principles were accepte…
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Many of the people living in Delaware during this time were Native Americans. They lived along rivers and other bodies of water.
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The main religion was Christianity!!!!!! That was the only religion, if you weren't Christian, you were unnormal and you would be forced to go to church.
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August 15 1620 the Mayflower departed Southampten England. In September the pilgrams sailed in the Mayflower to settle North America. December the Pilgrims land on what is now known as Plymouth Rock, 23rd construction of Plymouth Colony begins, 26th Pilgrim Fathers land of what becomes New Plymouth …
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it ranged in experience and age: Ex A 17 year old man working in cotton or rice fields could cost $800 and an infant $20 dollars depending on health.
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The English Bill of Rights is a document -that stated the monarch could not create special courts, impose taxes, or raise an army without Parliament's approval. It was passed in 1689, partly in reaction to the rule of John (from 1685 to 1688).
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Spain was a monarchy ruled by Phillip III, Phillip IV, and Charles II during the 17th century.
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In the 1600s New York was still mostly wilderness and wetlands. It was full of oak, hickory and chestnut trees. There were also grasslands and salt marshes.
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Answer The most important parts were fishing and whaling. There was a Sabaath on Sundays, when people went to meetinghouses and were not allowed to work. People cut down lots of trees to clear space for making land and houses.
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Christianity was the main religion in North Carolina in the 1600s. It was settled by Protestant Anglicans and Dissenters, such as Puritans and Quakers, in nearly equal numbers.
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The late King James the Second,with the help of divers evil counsellors, judges, and ministers did right these laws and liberties of the kingdom.
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Massachusetts -- Pilgrims -- 1620 New Hampshire -- David Thomson -- 1623 Connecticuit -- Adriaen Block -- (Year Unknown) Rhode Island -- Roger Williams -- 1636 Delaware -- Dutch Reformed Groups -- (Year Unknown) Pennsylvania -- William Penn -- Early 1860s New York -- Dutch Settlers -- 1600s New Je…
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Answer Connecticut is bordered on the south by Long Island Sound, on the west by New York State, on the north by Massachusetts, and on the east by Rhode Island. The state capital is Hartford, and the other major cities include New Haven, New London, New Britain, Norwich, Milford, Norwalk, Sta…
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Delaware was still a part of Pennsylvania in the 1600's. It was not a separate colony. It was governed by William Penn, however, it did have its own legislature and own set of laws.
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Slavery was legal in Delaware throughout the 1600s and 1700s. In the late 1700s, Delaware became the first state to join the United States.
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Answer the jobs that were common are jobs like shoemaker, tanner,wigmaker,farmer and so on Answer it depends on where you are Answer There was 1. Blacksmith 2. Tailor 3. Farmer 4. Weaver 5. Gunsmith 6. Jewler 7. Cabinet maker 8. Soldier 9. Maid 10. Wig Maker 11. Doctor/physic…
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Ship were rough and never very comfertable. They could hold up to 60-70 people.
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The English Bill of Rights was written in London in 1689. It was presented by the Convention Parliament, an irregular assembly of the Parliament of England, which sought to overthrow James II. This Parliament invited William and Mary to become joint sovereigns of England, while also creating limits …
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so that there would be a balance in the power of England. :) i think ? ahaha.
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New Hampshire, like the rest of New England, was Puritan.
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it was very interesting. the first person who founded was this man named dutch. there also a river named the Hudson river witch is named after a man named Henry Hudson.
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Yes, the English Bill of Rights left the monarch powerless. It required the monarchy to summon Parliament regularly and gave The House of Commons the "power of the purse."
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during the colonization they had a vast amount of craftmen and basically skills that's had a need for architecture. fishing ofcourse.
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Assembly members from Massachusetts were chosen to rule Connecticut.
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Farming in the northern colonies was rough and hard because of the soil. The tools they used were kind of like axes and shovels. Just a little different.
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people moved to Rhode Island at this time because Rhode Island was the only colony with religious freedom and was the first to allow Jews. And if you are looking for more info ot was settled in the year1636
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Guaranteed certain inalienable rights to citizens in England and was the model for the American Bill of Rights. GO AWAY
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The colonies on the eastern coast of North America (which would later become the beginning of the United States) were an extension of British power in the world, as well as more land was available and less crowded than England itself.
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Christianity
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It is important because it states all of every one's basic freedoms.
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Answer Winters were cold and summers were mild
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During this period in the United States a lot of changes happened that led up to the way politics and economy are run today. Overall, the 1880's were very relaxed for normal life, but in the politics were up and running fast and far. The railroad was doubted greatly because the Chinese Exclusion Act…
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the government was really strict and really strict.
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It was very bad. They didnt have much money at all. They mostly traded, so there wasn't really an economy!
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1600's houses were made out of wood and thatch. Inside they had straw as there floors and fire stoves.
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Good for Iron works, grain, indigo, wheat, shipbuilding, cattle and rice.
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Unfortunately, London during the 1600's was not somewhere you wanted to be. The streets were overcrowded and disease and foul odors were everywhere. However, business during this time period was booming and people who worked on the docks could stand to make a good living for themselves and their fam…
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It laid the foundation of British trade abroad and eliminated trade with other European countries between the British and American colonies.
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Eli manning, Peyton manning and a dog named scruffles
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Some of the jobs in Rhode Island in the 1600s included deacon or minister, blacksmith, carpenter, and baker. Other jobs included teacher and nanny.
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I don't know much about this but it was only richer families that could afford to send their children to school. Most people in that era could not read, so shops would have pictures outside instead of words (eg. pic of an anvil for a blacksmith).Teachers were very harsh and used the cane on a lot of…
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to limit the power of the English Parliament
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The Polish-Swedish war was an on and off affair from 1600 to 1629. France and Spain had conflicts between 1600 and 1601. King Barney Frank III had a war with homosexuality and lost in 1654. Vietnam was in constant conflict from 1600 to 1786, Protestants and Catholics had the "Thirty Year War" f…
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its called horseback.or in a buggy
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a tanner is a person that makes leather and other items made from an animal's hide
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i don't know why u ask me
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very vintage and it had lots of lace
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Storm in London on 1st February. 8 1601 (Late spring & all summer) According to East Anglian & Low Countries chronicles, the period covering (roughly) April to August was very dry across these regions. This would imply a persistence of anticyclonic weather. x 1601/1602 (Winter & early …
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Life was meek and disease and malnutrition were common. There was a great contrast between rich and poor. Most people were struggling to feed their families. Streets were dirty because all the sewage and rubbish had just been dumped there. The streets where very narrow and the houses close together.…
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Geography can only change quickly with a rather violent upheaval- earthquakes, volcanoes, etc. Without those, the land won't change too noticeably over thousands of years. So the geography is more or less the same as it was four hundred years ago.
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representative government
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Shakespeare was born in the 1600s
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People wore a bodice also none as the bottom part that covers the stomach and up then below that there was a brace that goes at least 1 foot out this makes the tummy look very thin. On top of the brace is a dress that covers up till your toes on a woman's dress it was very important to cover up all …
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the weather was cold and harsh
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Colonial New York's economy Colonists made their living in a variety of ways: fur trapping, lumber trading, shipping, the slave trade, and as merchants and tradesmen in the colony's towns. Most colonists were farmers, who cleared large acres of land by hand to grow crops. Corn was the most popular…
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All people in the 1600s wore these dress clothes dress shoes (boys) (girls) wore Dresses Dress shoes bonnets
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People had left England because they were being persecuted for their beliefs. Living in Rhode Island had given these people the religious freedoms they so desperatly strived for. Living in those times was of course harsh yet the people wouldn't have given it up for anything.
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mining,lawmaking, fishing,and farming
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it gave english citizens representation in their government
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Corn, wheat, barley, rye and flax. It was considered the 'Bread Basket' of Colonial America.
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The effect that the Bill of Rights had, was that the monarchy's power was limited to what it could and couldn't do. The colonists could then decide who the monarchy was by electing them.
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Answer Culture varied very greatly across the seventeenth century. Architecture, music and art began the transition from Renaissance to Baroque styles. Architecture became more natural-looking and curvaceous, often inspired by leaves, shells etc., sometimes with geometric shapes to provide the overa…
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William and Mary signed the English Bill of Rights, but Parliamentary members wrote it (there is no way to know which ones in particular).
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