Outlines for the essay questions for the first exam

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Outlines for the essay questions for the first exam. Question # 1 1) Origin of Cavaliers/ (plantation society) 2) Origins of the New England Puritans/Yankees 3) Reasons they came to North America 4) Different ideas of liberty 5) Different ways of dealing with the Native Americans 6) The social aspect -Cavaliers create the racial caste system -Rise in population of slaves after Bacon’s Rebellion 7) Their impact in American History a) racial caste system (cavaliers) b) orderly society where everyone has a place (puritan) Question # 2 Describe the Cavaliers a) Reason they left the west country -Primogenitor -English revolution parliamentarian won the royalist (cavaliers lost) b) What they intended to do when they came to Virginia -Work force -Indenture servants -Cheaper slaves (west Africans) -South Atlantic System They do not work out (indentured servants) -Bacon’s Rebellion -Berkley develops Slave code
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Unformatted text preview: -Racial caste system Created a southern labor system Describe the West Africans-Development of their language and culture Conclusion To keep Virginia stable this had to be done. Successful republican government requires political stability. _____________________________________________________________ Question # 3 Brief description of the Revolution Origins of the Revolution I. Folkways of freedom a) Virginia Cavaliers and West Africans b) Puritans c) Quakers d) Scots-Irish II Economic success of the colonies a) prosperity of the different regions b) core versus the periphery Why the patriots won and the British lost III Salutary neglect a) Rise of the assemblies b) Dominion of New England IV Britain engaged in other struggles a) French- Indian war b) William Pitt c) Grenvilles sugar and stamp act d) Sons of liberty Consequences of the Revolution...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course HISTORY 104 taught by Professor Reed during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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