Lecture 12 -- Race and Nation in the New World

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/13/11 Race and Nation in the New World Monday, October 4
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6/13/11 European and Euro-Americans Indigenous Populations African and Afro-American Populations
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6/13/11 Colonial Foundations Decline of Native Populations Caribbean, North America, Brazil, Andean Region, Mexico Disease and Exploitation Products (Exports) The Rise of Plantation Agriculture
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6/13/11 Varying Economic & Social Conditions “Bucksaw Equality,” Trade, and Plantations French Canada and “the Middle Ground” Caribbean, “Factories in the Fields” Cultivation & Culture
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6/13/11 Gender Ratios, “Miscegenation,” and Racial Hierarchies Brazil – “Money Whitens” French Louisiana Virginia Timing and Scope of the Slave Trade Cultural Retention and “Randomization”
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Unformatted text preview: Caribbean & Brazil British North America & the United 6/13/11 • Manumission Patterns and Maroon Colonies – Cuba and Brazil – “Old South” of the U.S. – Jamaica 6/13/11 Commonalities • Colonial Rebellions against Imperial Rule • Economic Exploitation Overlays Ethnic Difference • Independence Coincides with the Rise of Ethnography 6/13/11 • Internal & External Challenges Pressure Racial Hierarchies • Gradual Collapse of New World Slavery 6/13/11 Abolition Timeline • 1807 – Great Britain Outlaws the Slave Trade • 1808 – U.S. Outlaws the Slave Trade • 1823 – Chilean Abolition • 1829-1831 – Abolition in Mexico, Uruguay, & Bolivia • 1833, 1838 – Abolition in British Caribbean • 1848 – Abolition in Danish and French Caribbean...
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course HIST 374 taught by Professor Prior during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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