HIST2111SP-Week4B

HIST2111SP-Week4B - Slavery in Pre­Revolutionary American...

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Slavery in Pre-Revolutionary  American Society
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Review European nations began settling and colonizing  America in order to: A.   Secure their possession of the land B.   Maintain trade relations with the local Indians C.   Achieve and maintain supremacy in Europe D.   All of the above
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Review From the very beginning of settlement, the  relationship between English and Dutch settlers  and the surrounding Indian tribes could be  described as one of open warfare and strife.   Peace and a semblance of friendship was only  achieved once Europeans were able to subdue  the Indians. True or False?
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Review Which was not one of the reasons for contestations  within the colonies: A.  Indian concern about diminished numbers and dominance B.  Settlers’ increasingly weak links to “mother country” C.  Common national origin of settlers: familiarity bred contempt D.  Mercantilist policies of European nations
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What Do You Think? What are some of the perceptions you have of  slavery in America?    -  how it started    - where it existed 
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Precursors to Success of “Terrible Transformation” 1. Ascension of Charles II to the English throne 2. Anglo-Dutch Wars 3. Bacon’s Rebellion 4. Barbados’ position as a lucrative sugar colony 5. Founding of South Carolina 6. England receiving Spanish asiento in 1713   --   Asientos were the permission given by the Spanish  government to other countries to sell slaves to the  Spanish colonies
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Why Africans? 2.
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course HIST 2111 taught by Professor Winship during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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HIST2111SP-Week4B - Slavery in Pre­Revolutionary American...

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