CHAPTER 4 SUMMARY

CHAPTER 4 SUMMARY - CHAPTER 4 EXPERIENCE OF EMPIRE:...

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CHAPTER 4 – EXPERIENCE OF EMPIRE: EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY AMERICA § EIGHTEENTH CENTURY COLONIES § GROWTH AND DIVERSITY § NATURAL PRODUCTION – ½ POPULATION UNDER 16 § IMMIGRANTS § SCOTCH IRISH – LARGEST GROUP § GERMANS § CONVICTS (TRANSPORTATION ACT) § MIDDLE GROUND § NOT CHOICE BETWEEN RESISTANCE OR ACCOMMODATION § TRADE AS WAY TO SURVIVE § SPANISH STRUGGLE TO CONTROL AREA – SEE PAGE 103 § ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA – OLDEST EUROPEAN SETTLEMENT § ENLIGHTENMENT – JOHN LOCKE, POLITICAL PHILOSPHER § BENJAMIN FRANKIN – AMERICAN SYMBOL OF ENLIGHTENMENT § ECONOMICS – PERIOD OF GROWTH § NAVIGATION ACTS NOT ENFORCED BY BRITAIN § TRADE WITH WEST INDIES OFFSET DEBTS TO BRITAIN § FLOOD OF BRITISH CONSUMER GOODS ERODED LOCAL AND REGIONAL
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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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