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ES IB - Lecture 1.3 Colonial Systems, Race, and Ethnicity
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Colonial Systems,Race, & Ethnicity I. Age of European Expansion II. Establishing Colonial Systems III. Racial Di ff erence: Extraction not Exclusion
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0 150 300 450 600 1200 1300 1400 1500 1550 1600 1650 1700 1750 1800 1850 1900 1950 58 79 60 81 100 109 120 140 180 265 305 390 515 Population I. Age of European Expansion European Population, 1200 - 1950
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Reasons to leave Europe Overpopulation Inheritance laws ( primogeniture / mayorazgo ) Manufacturing revolution Not a healthy place Disease Religious and dynastic wars
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II. Colonial Systems Spanish colonies: Assimilation to coexistence French colonies: Trade and acculturation English colonies: Separation and removal.
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Spanish Exploration, 1500 - 1600
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Conquest and Reconquest, 1598 - 1692
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Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico
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Spanish Colonies Juan de Oñate ( 1598 to New Mexico ) nephew - Vicente de Zaldívar / Acoma Pueblo Pueblo Indians Mission system Pueblo Revolt, 1680 Reconquest 1692 - 4 Mission system in Texas and California
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Spanish Colonies Juan de Oñate ( 1598 to New Mexico
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