Chapter 4-pgs 104-110

Chapter 4-pgs 104-110 - A.P US Mods 6/7/8 Notes for pgs....

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A.P US  Artem Kholodenko Mods 6/7/8 0109 Notes for pgs. 104 – 110
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Peace and Expansion A Burgeoning, Diversifying   Population Population Growth Slave Ships Foreign Immigrants Irish Immigrants German Settlers General Immigrants - The end of Queen Anne’s War in 1713 introduced a new generation  of peace lasting until 1744; the British colonies enjoyed great harvest  and a tripling population (330,000 to 1 mil.); settlements spread to  the Appalachians, and Georgia was born; the upper-class settlers  became cultured and  enlightened - In 1751 Ben Franklin wrote that people increase in proportion to the  number of marriages; if families can be easier supported, people  marry earlier, and the population grows; in cities, people could not  get richer, and didn’t marry much, but in America, in small cities,  marriages were common, and he predicted that the population of 1 
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