090810 transatlantic world

090810 transatlantic world - The Transatlantic World I...

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The Transatlantic World I. Early Capitalist Society II. North American Colonies III. Colonial Society: Multicultural? IV. Central American Economy V. Trade in North America
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Early Capitalist Society Population Growth Urbanization Supply and Demand Joint-stock Companies Moral Implications Serfdom in Russia 0 50 100 150 200 1500 1700 Population of Europe (millions)
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North American Colonies France: (Canada) Nova Scotia (1604), Quebec (1608) England: Jamestown (1607), Massachusetts Bay (1630), New York (captured 1664) Conflict with Native Americans
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Colonies in North America
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Colonial Society: Multicultural? Cabeza de Vaca Mestizo Society Peninsulares From spanish penisula Creoles 100% spanish but born in the americas Mestizos Half spanish Mulattos Spaniards and africans Zambos Native Americans & Africans Slaves Separation and Racism in North America
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The Central American Economy Mining Silver Haciendas Encomienda Exploitation and Rebellion Sugar Beginning of Slavery
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