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H173, May 12, 2010. Note that at least half your exam questions will come from this list. 1. What do these terms tell us about the different experiences of the French, Spanish and the English in sixteenth and seventeenth century America? Tlaxcalans Kahnawake Sir Walter Raleigh and Roanoke 2. How do we understand the establishment of slavery in the Caribbean and mainland America? From servants to slaves in Barbados Three stages of slavery in Virginia Why Indians not slaves in English America 3. What was the meaning and significance of the Great Awakening for different people in North America? Rationalists and Evangelicals Brawling women, natives, and slaves during the Great Awakening a mere civil friendship 4. How did the relationship between Great Britain and the colonists change during the eighteenth century? British and non-British migrations of the eighteenth century Little difference in manners of wealthy colonists and wealthy Briton Proclamation Line 5. What do we know about the development and transformation of South Carolina?
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