Internet Assignment - Matt Deis Professor Kolchin History 205 16 February 2011 Internet Assignment Within the hearts and minds of the early

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Matt Deis Professor Kolchin History 205 16 February 2011 “Internet Assignment” Within the hearts and minds of the early migrants traveling from Western Europe to the Northern American continent was a belief that their voyage would yield a freedom previously restricted and therefore un-known in their former European nation. As these eventual colonists soon found out, the immense attraction created by the North American idea of a new and available freedom enticed many different groups of Europeans each with their own beliefs and determinations of the actual meaning of the word “freedom.” Yet, it was not just within the colonists themselves that the sense and idea of freedom was both differed and disputed against. The ability of the colonists to grant and virtually create a sense of freedom soon became a major part of the relationship between indentured servants and their masters and eventually slaves and their masters.
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course HIST 205 taught by Professor Holyfield during the Spring '08 term at University of Delaware.

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Internet Assignment - Matt Deis Professor Kolchin History 205 16 February 2011 Internet Assignment Within the hearts and minds of the early

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