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CHAPTER 3 NOTES WILL DVORSKY HR 7 ONES: WHITE OWNERS PROBLEMS slaves revolted- killed owners feared uprising- killed slaves- bought more disease killed slaves runaways no work - sell if slaves did not reproduce- rape them navigation acts- limited or blocked profit considered property-could do whatever they wanted-legal(Jim Crow Laws/ Black Codes) TWOS: SLAVE PROBLEMS middle passage 10 hour work days- worked to death corn fish and yam diets-malnutrition no weapons- rape- violent disease reading and writing illegal- little education laborious crops rented out language barrier THREES: INDIAN NATIVE MOTIVATIONS - iroquois, creeks, disease wiped/crumbled native communities Surviving groups were transformed, many were polyglot (languages) people new tribes- Catawbas (tribalization) Iroquois were able to to survive by adopting war criminals Carolinas- the Creeks culturally linked to the Cherokee and Delawares imperial warfare- danger for native americans Iroquois formed alliances with both the English and the French, even for future conflicts- wanted to get on there good side-domination diplomatic gifts- guns, powder, lead, clothing, alcohol Covenant Chain-modeled relations between England and America Southeast- Spanish Succession- England armed the Creeks Creeks wanted to dominate-led many attacks to do so Many other conflicts happened resulting in English winning, and given land which created peace for a generation motivations- peace, domination, trade, (someone to have ur back) FOURS: ENGLAND'S MOTIVATIONS have someone to fight with them against french or spanish-increase military militiamen prevent natives from attacking them more access or ownership to land near tribes allied with-influence over certain areas
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natives know the land FIVES: THINGS NATIVES NEED cash crops buy- molasses, slaves weapons, manufactured goods smuggling in/out - avoid taxes and navigation acts trading with other countries besides england- france, dutch don't have to pay slaves- make money SIXES: THINGS ENGLISH WANT TO SELL NATIVES cash crops from them manufactured goods livestock-tools weapons slaves violations break out- navigation acts CAROLINAS proprietorships South- white plantation owners and their slaves, migrants from Barbados, natives North- poor families and runaway servant from Virginia and English quakers PENNSYLVANIA religious freedom- no state church gender equality political equality for those who owned property refuge for runaway Quakers from England, mostly yeoman families and Germans William and Penn Glorious Revolution Impact on England - weakened monarchy- house of commons become more powerful Impact on America - government ran by the people - sparked rebellion by Protestant colonists in Massachusetts. Maryland and New York
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