Contact and - The Rise of Colonial America Contact and Colonization What were the demographic trends between 1607 and 1776 and why Demographic

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The Rise of Colonial America: Contact and Colonization What were the demographic trends between 1607 and 1776, and why?
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Demographic Trends 17th Century: 700,000 people migrated to British North america Significant Minority: 75,000 German or Swiss Migration to British North america more black than white before 1800
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Race of Immigrants
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Where Did They Go? Colonies that produced tobacco and sugar 17th Century: 400,00 225,000 Caribbean 125,000 Southern Colonies 40,000 New England Colonies
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Why?
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Methods of Colonization Expulsion: Expelled the native people & created a firm frontier of separation between colonizers & natives Articulation: Benign relationship of exchange, each operated in a separate territory, bound together in one economic system Stratification: Colonizers & indigenous people form a single complex society, with varying degrees of racial & cultural mixture & fusion
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Types of Colonies Spanish French English Each had different methods and motive in colonizing, with the result that their colonies operated very differently from one another
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The Spanish “Gold, God and Glory” Overthrew the Aztec empire Crown control Crops: corn, sugar, potatoes encomienda
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2008 for the course HIST 1402 taught by Professor Melendy during the Spring '08 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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Contact and - The Rise of Colonial America Contact and Colonization What were the demographic trends between 1607 and 1776 and why Demographic

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