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CHAPTER 4 COLONIAL AMERICA

CHAPTER 4 COLONIAL AMERICA

CHAPTER 4 COLONIAL AMERICA. CHAPTER 4-1 Pages 88-95. Life in the Colonies EQ: How did Geography affect the economic development of the three colonial regions?. Life in the Colonies. Life in the Colonies. MIDDLE PASSAGE. Listing. THE MIDDLE COLONIES. STATING.

By Ava
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Ch. 20: Africa and the Atlantic Slave Trade

Ch. 20: Africa and the Atlantic Slave Trade

Ch. 20: Africa and the Atlantic Slave Trade. Portugal led the way in exploring the African coast Established cities/factories for trade El Mina Luanda Other nations followed Portugal, brought competition Development of sugar plantations = need for slave labor. The Atlantic Slave Trade.

By paul2
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The Caribbean Area:

The Caribbean Area:

The Caribbean Area:. Slavery and Creolization, Education and Indigenous Cultures. What color is Friday’s skin?  Not yellow, because the aborigines were eliminated. Africans get associated with Cannibalism. 3. Can Friday speak? Does Caliban only know how to curse?.

By Patman
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TRANSFORMATIONS OF MISFORTUNE : The Case of Vodun’s Ezili

TRANSFORMATIONS OF MISFORTUNE : The Case of Vodun’s Ezili

TRANSFORMATIONS OF MISFORTUNE : The Case of Vodun’s Ezili. January 22, 2001. But first…please:. sign the attendance sheet put on your name-tag if you need a syllabus and/or guide-sheet for Wed., get from me after class First segment paper topics distributed on Wednesday

By liam
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A. Explain the development of mercantilism and the trans-Atlantic trade .

A. Explain the development of mercantilism and the trans-Atlantic trade .

SSUSH2 The student will trace the ways that the economy and society of British North America developed. A. Explain the development of mercantilism and the trans-Atlantic trade. Trans-Atlantic Trade.

By oshin
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Unit 3 and 4 Questions

Unit 3 and 4 Questions

Unit 3 and 4 Questions. Global 9 Review Myers. Which factor contributed to the beginning of the Renaissance in Italian cities?. (1) occupation by foreign powers (2) interaction with Latin America (3) surplus of porcelain from Japan (4) access to important trade routes. And the answer is.

By salena
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The Atlantic Slave Trade

The Atlantic Slave Trade

The Atlantic Slave Trade. Mr. Kilbourn. The Atlantic Slave Trade. Origins of the Slave Trade. High demand for labor! Plantations- estates where cash crops such as sugar or tobacco were grown on large scale. Shortage of Labor (Why?)

By amy
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Racial Inequality and Religious Belief in Brazil: The Mysterious Case of Slave Anastacia

Racial Inequality and Religious Belief in Brazil: The Mysterious Case of Slave Anastacia

Racial Inequality and Religious Belief in Brazil: The Mysterious Case of Slave Anastacia. Monday, April 2, 2001. Brazil. The devotion to the Slave Anastacia. One of the most revered popular saints in Brazil: at least 12 million devotees; most of devotees are women; of all colors

By booker
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Objective: To examine the conditions faced by African slaves during the Middle Passage.

Objective: To examine the conditions faced by African slaves during the Middle Passage.

Objective: To examine the conditions faced by African slaves during the Middle Passage. 'Inventory of Negroes, Cattle, Horses, etc on the estate of Sir James Lowther Bart in Barbados taken this 31st day of December 1766' . The Arrival of Europeans in Africa - 1795.

By grover
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The 13 British Colonies (1689–1754)

The 13 British Colonies (1689–1754)

The 13 British Colonies (1689–1754). The English Civil War. England’s Parliament was made up of representatives of the people. It had the power to make laws and approve new taxes. King Charles I demanded money from towns and cities without Parliament’s consent.

By marla
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What was it like to be a Slave?

What was it like to be a Slave?

What was it like to be a Slave?. The story in pictures by Maria Stringfield. The March to the Coast. What is happening in this picture?. The Middle Passage. What were conditions like during the middle passage?. Arrival. What happened on arrival??. Life as a slave.

By doctor
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The Great Exchange and the Atlantic World

The Great Exchange and the Atlantic World

The Great Exchange and the Atlantic World. 1450-1750. What are the pieces of the new Atlantic economy? How can it be addressed as symbiotic?. Slavery is only one part of the Atlantic economy.

By celestyn
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18 th c. European Expansion

18 th c. European Expansion

18 th c. European Expansion. 18 th c. political history?. absolutism & constitutionalism continue enlightened absolutism (ca. 1750-1790) French Revolution (1789). 18 th c. intellectual history?. Enlightenment (1690-1780). This presentation will address

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The Atlantic World, 1492-1800

The Atlantic World, 1492-1800

The Atlantic World, 1492-1800. I. Colonizing the Americas. Began in 1492 – Columbus sets sail in search of route to India Never reached India, “discovered” Americas for Spain, opened “New World” to Europe Spain first to began turning lands of Central and South America into colonies :

By portia
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Slavery Project

Slavery Project

Slavery Project. 2011. Contents. Activity 1 – Mind Map about Life in Africa Activity 2 – Answer questions about European trade with Africa Activity 3 – Creating images to show why Africans were chosen for slavery Activity 4 – Video clip observation about the capture of slaves

By savanna
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The Atlantic System

The Atlantic System

The Atlantic System. The systems of trade connecting Africa, Europe, and the Americas. Triangular Trade Stage One: Goods to Africa. In the first stage, merchants shipped cotton goods (bought from India), weapons, and manufactured goods to Africa in exchange for slaves or gold.

By judah
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SOL REVIEW African-American History

SOL REVIEW African-American History

SOL REVIEW African-American History. What group did Europeans force to come to the Americas?. Africans. What trade pattern brought African-Americans to the English colonies?. The Triangular Trade. What was the name of the forced voyage of African slaves from their homes to the New World?.

By koto
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The Document Based Question

The Document Based Question

The Document Based Question. What is a DBQ?. The AP exam is broken into two components: Objective Portion (80 multiple-choice questions) Written Portion (3 essays) 2 “free response essays” 1 “document-based question”. What is a DBQ?. The DBQ is an essay that contains 10-12

By omer
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Aim: What changes did the Spanish Conquest of South America bring?

Aim: What changes did the Spanish Conquest of South America bring?

Aim: What changes did the Spanish Conquest of South America bring?. Do Now: How would life be different if another country took over the U.S.?. The Influence of the Colonial Catholic Church. Our Lady of Guadalupe. Guadalajara Cathedral. Spanish Mission.

By JasminFlorian
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LEGO’S OF AMERICA

LEGO’S OF AMERICA

LEGO’S OF AMERICA. ROOTS OF UNITED STATES DEMOCRACY. Our English Heritage. American political traditions can be traced by to the __________________ (Reason and Science ) England ruled by a _______________ as a (King or Queen ). MAGNA CARTA -1215.

By emlyn
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