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JEOPARDY!. Click Once to Begin. Ch 20 The Atlantic System And Africa, 1550 - 1800. JEOPARDY!. Category 1. Category 2. Category 3. Category 4. Category 5. Category 6. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400.

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JEOPARDY!

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Ch 20

The Atlantic System And Africa,

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JEOPARDY!

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This former African slave’s autobiography described the ordeals of his kidnapping and also helped lead to the ending of the British slave trade.

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These 1660 ‘acts’ sought to limit colonial trading and production competition in the English N. American colonies.

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The crop grown during the 1500s in the West Indies by the Spanish but later replaced by the French and English in the 1st half of the 17th century.

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This New World crop took Europe by storm in the early 1600s because it was deemed ‘milder’ than home grown varieties.

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The English government assigned monopolies to these companies in order to make the tobacco trade more profitable.

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This Dutch company was founded in 1621 to carry their conflict with Spain to Spanish overseas possessions.

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The expansion of sugar plantations in the West Indies led to a sharp rise in the number of these ‘imports’ from Africa.

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The ‘original’ Amerindian tribe discovered by Columbus which nearly became extinct due to European colonization.

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A small group of rich Europeans who owned the Caribbean island plantation and the slaves who worked them.

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a privileged male slave who oversaw the plantation work and ensured that the work was completed

A privileged male slave who oversaw the plantation work and ensured that the work was completed.

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the new concept that could be purchased by companies to reduce the risk of overseas trading

The new concept that could be purchased by companies to reduce the risk of overseas trading.

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a government policy that protects trade and demands the accumulation of gold and silver

A government policy that protects trade and demands the accumulation of gold and silver.

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Atlantic System,

Great Circuit

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Most slaves from Africa were originally captured in this manner - very similar to human sacrifice victims from Mesoamerica.

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Of the two, the group who obtained the greatest number of slaves from sub-Saharan Africa: Europeans or Muslims.

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An economic system of large financial institutions that enabled wealthy investors to reduce risks and increase profits.

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The name of the leg of the Atlantic slave trade system that brought slaves from Africa to the Americas.

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A period of adjusting to a new environment for slaves – 1/3 would die from unfamiliar diseases during this time.

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The two regions that most African slaves were shipped to overall:1) Spanish America2) Brazil3) North America4) West Indies.

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final jeopardy colonial conflicts
Final JeopardyColonial Conflicts
  • The Seven Years war was known by this name in the American Colonies.
  • What is the French and Indian War?
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