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Unformatted text preview: 1. Pilgrims 2. Puritans B. Pilgrims 1. Farmers / Church of England / Too Catholic / Separatists 2. 1620 / Plymouth / New England / Mayflower / Squanto C. Puritans 1. 1630s “Great Migration” / 20,000 to Massachusetts Bay 2. Not Separatists / Reform Church of England / Too Catholic / Then Return 3. Governor John Winthrop’s “City on a Hill” 4. Doctrine of “Predestination” / A Punishing God / Ex: Indians & Idolatry V. Carolinas (& Georgia) A. Carolina 1663 (1 colony initially) 1. North & South Carolina 1729 B. Barbados 1. Large sugar-producing island 2. Large #s of slaves 3. Overpopulation leads to migrations to SC w/slaves during late 1600s 4. By 1700 ½ of SC’s population (6,000) are African slaves (3,000) C. 1690s Rice is SC’s main staple crop D. Georgia (1732) 1. Buffer against Spanish Florida 2. Began importing slaves in 1750 to keep up w/ SC...
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2011 for the course HIST 150 taught by Professor Wormer during the Spring '11 term at University of Nebraska Kearney.
- Spring '11