17vs18 - Peacock1 Marley Peacock Prof. Peskin/001 October...

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Peacock1 Marley Peacock Prof. Peskin/001 October 2, 2007 How was the 18 th century different from the 17 th ? Towards the end of the 17 th century, there began a critical change in culture in North America in general. The recurring theme of growth and prosperity clashed tremendously with the constant problems and crises that prevented, or prolonged, aforementioned growth. The very diverse population played a great role in the change between the 17 th and 18 th century. It was in this time that the majority of people migrating in America were African and Non-English European, while the percentage of people migrating from England declined severely. This led to overall growth of population, ultimately leading to the growth of smaller cities. Meanwhile, the promotion of English immigration was halted due to the joining of those that were skilled at crafts and the indentures migrants. While a lot of them had been certified, skilled men, a lot of the Europeans that were coming over from the British Isles were criminals. Perhaps the vastest group that
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENG 001 taught by Professor Peskin during the Fall '07 term at Morgan.

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