Leonardo da vinci michelangelo raphael donatello etc

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Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, Donatello, etc. gained international acclaim.
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AFRICAN SLAVERY Triangular (Atlantic Slave trade) came to fruition- “Middle Passage” Negro Act passed Stono Rebellion intensified The colonies felt a salutary neglect
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ETHNIC GROUP STATISTICS IN THE 13 COLONIES IN 1830 White (Anglo Saxon)- 10.5 million Black- 2.3 million Native American- 400,000 Hispanic-N/A Asian-N/A Total 17 million
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SLAVERY AND RACISM Thomas Jefferson expanded the idea that it is a natural nature for African slaves to be inferior. George Washington in his Mount Vernon state was known to harshly punish his slaves. Racial caste system was openly accepted in Europe and the colonies Many scientists and politicians created numerous analysis on the superiority of whites over colored people
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FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR (KING GEORGE’S WAR) (LEFT HERE) English expansion in the Ohio valley agitated the French. The French responded with building Ft. Duquesne in Pennsylvania forcing George Washington’s surrender. The war have exploded! With only 60,000 French settlers compared to over 2 million British settlers, the French relied on Native American help and looked for Spain to intervene.
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TREATY OF PARIS French and British conflict became a global affair. French heavily outnumbered in America 20-1 relied on a Spanish intervention. Spain declared war on England but it was too late to save the French. The French eventually transferred Louisiana to Spain while giving up its entire Canadian and Midwest territories to the British. Albany Congress came in for a unified purpose under the Albany Plan.
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AFTERMATH OF THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR (LEFT HERE 6 PM) Pan Indianism began with Neolin preaching the return of the Delaware tribe’s culture Pontiac Rebellion became a brutal fight against the English, but no longer had the French support
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VICTORY HAS ITS COST Britain won because of its financial advantage. Its colonies paid heavy price for its war against France. The British reinforced its forts and began to mobilize its troops to eliminate the Native Americans for their participation in joining the French troops Britain’s empire expanded and its national debt doubled
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WHAT WAS GOING ON AROUND THE WORLD Persia invades the Mughals in India Russia expands into Asia and Alaska Turkey declares war on Russia The Manchus expands in China Austria withdraws from the Holy Roman Empire The birth of Prussia
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END OF CHAPTER 4 POINTS OF MASTERY The Structure of the British Empire What is Mercantilism? Causes of the Great Awakening The diffusion of the Enlightenment in America The war for global mastery (French & Indian War) Victory has its price British clashes with Americans
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START OF CHAPTER 5 The First and Second Continental Congress The Great Declaration The Balance of Forces
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Privy Council advised the Crown to continue taxes.
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