Explain how the colonists had gradually developed very strong ideas of "rights" and "liberty" that differed considerably from the meaning of those terms within the context of the eighteenth-century British Empire. Show how, as a result, actions that the
Focus on the question of the inevitability of the War of Independence by asking whether
independence might have come without a war. Use Canada as a counterexample to show that
British colonies in America did not have to revolt but might have developed au
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Slavery's Early Presence
A. First African-Americans that arrived in Jamestown in 1619 were brought
as servants, not slaves.
B. Very small numbers of slaves in the Southern colonies in the early years.
Indentured servants were cheaper and avaiable. By 1650
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Thesis: Write the actual one sentence thesis statement.
I. Complete sentence expressing a main idea to support the thesis.
The Mongols: Contribution or Catastrophe?
Did Mongols ultimately make a contribution to history, or were they catastrophic for the
people with whom they interacted?
As you complete the following readings take notes in THREE columnsone column for
WHAT DO THESE SOURCES TELL US ABOUT THE LEGACY OF THE MONGOLS?
Whether this was the reason for their success or not, there is no doubt that Genghis Khan and his
people ride out of history as some of the most successful warriors of all time. He was dri