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History SR

Open Posted By: highheaven1 Date: 16/02/2021 Graduate Case Study Writing

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Category: Business & Management Subjects: Business Communication Deadline: 12 Hours Budget: $120 - $180 Pages: 2-3 Pages (Short Assignment)

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The English Colonies

Pt. 3 – Trouble All Over the Place

Filling in the Map

English Civil War (1642-1651)

Roundheads vs. Cavaliers: Parliament vs. Crown

Colonization on Atlantic seaboard resumes after Restoration

England & the Slave Trade

Chattel slavery

Sugarcane: Antigua, Jamaica, Barbados

Chattel slaves brought to southern Carolina

Settler Colonialism

New England: Pequot War (1637) & King Phillip’s War (1675)

Virginia: Anglo-Powhatan Wars (1610s – 1640s)

“Occupation and elimination of native populations”

Bacon’s Rebellion

William Berkeley (governor) vs. Nathaniel Bacon (rebel)

Racism meets class conflict

White indentures and black slaves join Bacon’s militia

Bacon’s Rebellion (continued)

Gov’t reforms seen as weak and tone-deaf by Bacon

Bacon rejects reforms and burns down Jamestown

Most of the violence directed at Native Americans

Racism Formalized

The lesson: protect privilege; divide labor by skin color

The plan: pass laws that discriminate by skin color

The result: white people will identify by skin color, not economic status

Sources and Further Reading

LeFevre, Tate. “Settler Colonialism.” (In Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology. Ed. John Jackson. New York. Oxford University Press. 2015.) Accessed 17 January 2019.

Morgan, Edmund S. American Slavery, American Freedom: The Ordeal of Colonial Virginia. W.W. Norton & Co., Inc. 2003.

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Life in British North America

Pt. 3 – The Great Awakening and the Enlightenment

Great Awakening

Itinerant preachers, revivals

Old churches were boring

George Whitefield

Jonathan Edwards: “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”

Effects of the Great Awakening

Injects urgency, passion and emotion

Democratizes religion

Unites colonists against old authority

The Enlightenment

Empiricism: Evidence, logic and reason

John Locke: life, liberty, and property

People are good and should be left to manage their own lives

The Enlightenment in America

Scientific experimentation improves lives

Deism and religious tolerance

Little “r” republicanism

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John smith

Instrumental in founding Jamestown

Pocahontas story

Names region of New England

The English colonies

Pt. 2 – New England

business and religion

Virginia colony was a business venture

New England colonies will be established as experiments in religious freedom

The pilgrims

Fed up with Anglican Church

Plymouth Colony

Mayflower Compact

puritans

John Winthrop & Congregationalists

Massachusetts Bay

Theocracy & persecution

New colonies: Connecticut & Rhode Island

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Decline of spain

The English Colonies

Pt. 1 - Virginia

The race for north america

French: Acadia, Canada, Louisiana

Dutch: New Amsterdam

English: struggle for permanent settlement

Business and religion

Virginia

Honor of Queen Elizabeth I, the Virgin Queen

Joint-stock companies

Cheap land and self-government enticements to take risk

tobacco

Appetite suppressant, medicine for Native Americans

Marketed as wonder drug to Euros

Becomes Virginia’s top cash crop

Headrights & indentures

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Life in British north America

Pt. 2: How Economics Shaped Life in the Colonies

Georgia

James Oglethorpe: haven for debtors British want military buffer between Sp. Florida & SC Slavery outlawed in charter; ban lifted in 1751

Rough Equality

Southern colonies: slave populations growing

Surplus /Subsistence farmers

Inequality in America not as stark (for white men)

African American Culture

Increasing reliance on chattel slavery

Cultural influence: cooking, accents, music

Forms of resistance: subtle and overt

Colonial Slave Uprisings

New York Slave Revolt of 1712

Stono Rebellion (SC), 1739

Colonies pass laws to make slavery more repressive

New England Industrialization

Cold climate, rocky soil

Industrializing & urbanizing

Less reliant on slave labor.

Already a North/South divide.

Sellers, Charles. The Market Revolution: Jacksonian America, 1815-1846. Oxford University Press. 1991.

Sources and further reading

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Life in British North America

Pt. 1: The Salem Witch Trials and Women in the Colonies

Salem Witch Trials, Background

Aftermath of King Philip’s War

Glorious Revolution (1688)

Theocracy

Salem Witch Trials

The two Sarahs and Tituba

20 executed (19 women, one man)

Moldy bread, red state/blue state, “nasty” women

Anne hutchinson

Bible study group leader in Boston

Free Grace Controversy

Banished from Massachusetts Bay

Domestic Sphere

“True wives” work in the home, etc.

Plenty of women broke this model

Myth sticks in minds for centuries

Women’s Rights (Or Lack Thereof)

No right to…

Vote

Sign contracts

Bring lawsuits

Education

Eliza Lucas

Indigo girl

Manages father’s South Carolina plantations