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Unformatted text preview: CAROL INAS • Restoration of charles I I in england (1660) • 12 year expansion iin the new world Settle the carolinas Conquer dutch colonies All proprietarty colonies • Albermarcle-NC • Fundamental constitutions John locke District ruled by earls Subdivided into baronies 3/5 land divided into serfdoms SOUTH CAROL IA 8 lords focused on the souther area to replicate British sugar plantation system First landing at charles town-1669 Immediate importing of black slaves Separate royal colony in1719 T HE CAROL INAS Economy • Tobbaco • Rice • Tar,deerskins Carolina slave trade • Westos,creek indians brought captives to trade • Slave traders kept indian conflict brewing • 50,000 sold in charles town 1670-1715 • Prohibited by propietors (ignored) • Trade spread to the entire southeast Indian allies used by birtain against the french and spanish colonies in florida • 1705-1710 raids and attack on spanish missions • British led-indian manned • Destroyed 13 missions,several hundred killed Tuscarora war (1712-1713) • Enroachment attacks vs. colonists • Reprisal: NC appeals to SC for aid • 1713 Tuscarora town of destroyed Remainder flee and joing I riquois league Importance: led irectly to the Tamasees war and demonstration rising tensions between colonists and the indian natives Yamasee war • Dispute over amount for captives in Tuscarora war • Yamasee owed 100k deerskins to traders • Traders confiscated yamasee land • Widespread attacks kill hundred din coastal plantations-almost wiped out all plantations • S.C. government enlists cherokees and combined forces defeat the Yamasee, 1716 combined forces defeat the Yamasee, 1716 • As a result the SC gov’t collapses British tropps comine in to help and create the buffer area that becomes Georgia...
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course HISTORY 2610 taught by Professor Price during the Fall '09 term at North Texas.

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history sept 10 - CAROL INAS • Restoration of charles I...

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