CHAPTER 3 SUMMARY

CHAPTER 3 SUMMARY - CHAPTER 3 SUMMARY PUTTING DOWN ROOTS:...

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CHAPTER 3 SUMMARY – PUTTING DOWN ROOTS: OPPORTUNITY AND OPPRESSION IN COLONIAL SOCIETY CHARACTER OF COLONIES DIFFERS FROM BEGINNING NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY SOCIAL ORDER COPIED FROM ENGLAND AMAZING GROWTH – GREAT MIGRATION – BY 1700 UP TO 120,000 KEY TO EXTRAORDINARY GROWTH WAS SURVIVAL FOCUS ON FAMILY MOST IMPORTANT TO PURITANS HALF-WAY COVENANT EDUCATION IMPORTANT – 1638 HARVARD INVENTED GRANDPARENTS – UNIQUE IN NEW ENGLAND MOST FARMERS – WIDESPREAD OWNERSHIP OF LAND PLANTERS’ WORLD (CHESAPEAKE) MOSTLY SINGLE MEN – FEW FAMILIES COMPARED TO NEW ENGLAND HIGH MORTALITY RATES MAJORITY OF IMMIGRANTS WERE INDENTURED SERVANTS OR SLAVES TOBACCO MAIN CROP – PLANTERS DOMINATED SOCIETY BY LATE 1600s GAP BETWEEN RICH AND POOR STEADILY WIDENED NO FOCUS ON EDUCATION KEY TO SUCCESS IS SLAVES SLAVERY 11 MILLION BLACKS BROUGHT TO AMERICAS BETWEEN 15 TH CENTURY AND 19 TH MOST DID NOT COME TO ENGLISH COLONIES BUT TO BRAZIL OR CARIBBEAN
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This note was uploaded on 09/03/2008 for the course HIST 1301 taught by Professor Purcell during the Summer '08 term at Austin CC.

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CHAPTER 3 SUMMARY - CHAPTER 3 SUMMARY PUTTING DOWN ROOTS:...

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