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week 6 day 1 - Summary, by late 1700s New groups form over...

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10/5/10 Summary, by late 1700s New groups form over long processes Creeks, Choctaws, Cherokees, Chickasaws Trade involves Indians in international economy, cultural changes and increased conflict Slaving then deerskins Hunting v. Farming Increased contact with settlers leads to divisions with Creeks Intermarriage, bi-culturalism
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10/5/10 Trading: three way competition before 1754 Spanish, French, English
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10/5/10 War of Jenkins Ear Like most other conflicts, part of a larger imperial struggle Spread into North America, however, pitting British against Spanish (again) Georgia/Florida borderlands James Oglethorpe in Georgia vs. Spanish in St. Augustine
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10/5/10 In Florida, over the same thing: Land 2 Georgians killed and decapitated by Spanish: “otherwise there will be no possibility of the people’s going out to plant without being murdered as those Highlanders were.” Georgia forces under Oglethorpe with Creeks attack and siege St. Augustine
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2010 for the course HIST AMH 2097 taught by Professor Kevin during the Fall '10 term at FSU.

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