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Lecture 11 - Lecture#11:TheBritish I.Economy,Societyand...

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Lecture #11: The British  Empire in the 18 th  Century The Making of the Warfare State
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I. Economy, Society and  Culture in British America
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I.A. Dramatic Population Growth:  Unfree Migration Slaves from Africa English Convicts Indentured Servants
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I.B. Dramatic Population Growth:  Free Migration English: 2 Patterns - Single Indentured servants from the  south - Family and community migrants from the north Scots-Irish German-Speaking
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I.C. Dramatic Economic Growth 1. New England, the  Northeastern Ports, and the Carrying Trade 2. The Staple Crop Regions - The Chesapeake - The Carolina Low       Countries - The Sugar Islands 3. The Back Country and  Land Speculation
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II. Cultural Transformations
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II.A. The Refinement of America: A 17 th- Century Example Whipple House, Ipswich, Massachusetts, c. 1640
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18 th -Century Transformations William Byrd II, Westover, Virginia          Vassall House, Cambridge  Mass.
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And British Comparisons Blenheim Palace
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II.B. The Consumer Revolution Capt. Thomas Smith, Self-Portrait, c. 1670            “Nicholas Boylston,”  by J.S. Copley, 1767
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II.C. Communications and Print  Culture
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II.D. Religious Revivals . . .
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. . . And Religious Conflict
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III. The Making of the British  Warfare State
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III.A. Expanding the Fiscal Power of 
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