core history 22- lecture 11

core history 22- lecture 11 - Ebert Lecture 11 Caribbean...

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Ebert Lecture 11 - 1 - Caribbean and Colonial Peripheries  English, Dutch and French activity in the New World Heavily focused on the Caribbean, not North America.  North American colonies considered peripheral. Richest areas are the Caribbean. Two most successful groups are the English (Jamaica, Barbados) and the French (Martinique, San  Domingue). The Dutch run provisioning colonies (Curacao) The Wild Coast and Central America French, Dutch and English also develop a presence on the Atlantic coasts of the mainland: Belize and  the Guyanas. These economies are essentially Caribbean. The Caribbean economies Adopt the Brazilian plantation model. Heavily dependent on slavery. Leads to huge African influence on the cultures of these regions. Less racially mixed (but there is some mixing). Conflict in the Caribbean Other European powers gain a foothold in the Caribbean because Spain does not have the resources to  hold on to all of it. Subsequently, there are many wars fought over Caribbean possessions among the major European 
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course HISTORY 2.2 taught by Professor Ebert during the Spring '08 term at CUNY Brooklyn.

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