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Unformatted text preview: Shift from indentured servitude to slaves Enlightenments significance in the history of the colonies Mercantilism; Imperialism Great Awakening Thirty Years War-Relative peace and stability emerged afterwards; servants were no longer interested in being in servitude Economy: effects of trade and commerce on the colonies Ebenezer MacIntosh:-poor shoemaker; someone not among the elite who was affected by the Acts being put into place in the colonies; example of the way in which there was a growing consciousness among colonists that they were separate from the mother country Significance of Bacons Rebellion-prompted employers to start looking for alternative sources of labor; indentured servants got land when they were freed, which created competition among land owners-continued to spread apart poor farmers and wealthy planters Thomas Paine and Common Sense...
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