Life and Death in 17 th Century British North America. How did birth and death rates influence the development of British colonies?. I. Stable Societies: The New England Colonies. A. The “Numbers”. Nuclear families came in tact across the Atlantic
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How did birth and death rates influence the development of British colonies?
-- “Half-Way Covenant” (1662)
--Ye Olde Deluder Satan Act (1647)
--The Day of Doom
--Algonquian, produced by John Eliot
-- “yeoman” farmers
--1660 = first recognition of slavery in Va. Law
--1661 = comprehensive code in Barbados
--1670 = recognized as life-long, inherited status
--1696 = S.C. adopts Barbados-style slave code
--1705 = Va. adopts Barbados-style slave code
--Stono Rebellion (1732)
--Massachusetts, New York and Maryland
-- “Spectral Evidence”