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    2 Rationale 3 1.) Introduction 4 2.) The social effects of the Haitian Revolution on Haiti and the wider Caribbean 6 3.) The political effects of the Haitian Revolution on Haiti and 7 the wider Caribbean 4.) The economical effects of the Haitian Revolution on Haiti and the wider...
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    3 1.) Introduction 4 2.) The social effects of the Haitian Revolution on Haiti and the wider Caribbean 6 3.) The political effects of the Haitian Revolution on Haiti and 7 the wider Caribbean 4.) The economical effects of the Haitian Revolution on Haiti and the wider Caribbean 8 5...
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    is interested in the social, economic and political effect it had on Haiti as well as the wider Caribbean at the time. INTRODUCTION The consequences of the Haitian Revolution hastened and placed emphasis on the deterioration of Haiti but also the development of the wider Caribbean. The...
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  • Haitian Revolution
    influenced the development of mixed cultures in other European colonies in the Caribbean. For example, they helped to expand Roman Catholicism in Jamaica. The Haitian revolution had many economic effects in other European Colonies in the Caribbean. The fall of Saint Domingue’s sugar industry...
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    slaves. The major positive effect of the Haitian Revolution is that the slaves in St. Domingue hence become the first free black state in the Caribbean. Other positive effect of the revolution is that victory by the slaves ended centuries of white oppression of blacks and it showed that blacks could...
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  • Caribbean History
    , technology, trade, religion and national rivalry. 1. 2. C. Spanish colonisation and its effects on the indigenous populations. European rivalry in the Caribbean up to 1763 - trade, piracy, warfare, privateering, buccaneering, settlement and colonisation. The Economic Revolution and the Coming...
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  • Sugar Revolution
    status marker for power, was now becoming something else. With added help of tea the use of sugar was becoming ritualized in the English community of both the poor and the wealthy (Mintz 110). In conclusion, the rise of sugar had numerous effects both internationally and in the Caribbean...
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  • The Haitian Revolution
    , because of the effects it left behind on Haiti and the wider Caribbean. The Haitian Revolution occurred on August 23rd 1791 and lasted to 1804. It was caused by social inequalities between the three main social classes. Certain classes were denied social and political rights. There were many...
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    The Effects that the Sugar Revolution had on the 18th century Caribbean Society The Sugar became population in the West Indies. The English, French colonies who settled Caribbean island such as St.kitts in the early 16th grew tobacco in order to make money. For a little while they were able to...
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    Prohibitory Act, the plantation complex had to be reorganized as sugar producers searched for imports from nearby Caribbean islands, Canada, and contraband trade sources. After the revolution, masters in Jamaica attempted to re-establish the old imperial relationship, but mercantilist policies frustrated...
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  • Effects of Sugar Revolution - Economic
    Effects of Sugar Revolution - Economic During the seventeenth century the pattern of the Landownership changed from small planters to wealthy individuals and the price of land became extremely high as sugar became more profitable in the Caribbean. Previously tobacco and the other cash crops such...
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  • Study Notes
    Historical Events and Processes: European settlement and colonization Slavery The Sugar Revolutions (around 1640) ‏ The Development of the Plantation and Economy and Society * 6. The Settling Down: Colonization Some significant historical events were: Various rebellions, maroon wars The Haitian...
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  • Sugar Cane Plantation 1500-1800
    determinism.(1) To this effect, economies of the Caribbean colonies expanded massively in the sense that sugar plantations shifted to production that realized economies of scale that brought massive wealth to the colonies especially Great Britain. Mass production for trade was facilitated by slave labor...
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    Revolution on Haiti.............................................................................................5 Effects of the Revolution on the Caribbean...............................................................................6 Outstanding Personalities...
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  • Rum: Master of the West Indies
    Economic History. Without sugar, there wouldn’t be rum and for that reason credit has to be given to Christopher Columbus for introducing sugar cane to the Caribbean. Although the debate over the origins of rum is contentious amongst historians, there is a fair degree of consensus that the rum industry...
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    Name: Evron Edwards Grade:103/H Teacher: Mrs. Adams Robinson Research Topic Theme 2: Caribbean Economy and Slavery To what extent did the Sugar Revolution impact the British West Indies in the 17th? Objectives: * Explain what the Sugar Revolution was. * Describe the British West...
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    Revolution’, she observes, bears a striking resemblance ‘to the efficient organisation of the plantation’. It was not only sugar and the profits of slavery that returned to England from the Caribbean. Ideas and practices were exchanged too and might have shaped more than just British notions of...
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    . Identify TWO Caribbean territories which produce tobacco and TWO Caribbean territories which produce logwood in the 1600s. (4 marks) a. Explain THREE reasons for the changeover from the production of tobacco to sugar in the 1600s.(9 marks) b. Examine THREE economic effects of the changeover from...
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  • Change over Time Essay: the Americas 1000-1850
    in the Americas as it was later on after the Maritime Revolution where slaves were strongly liked for sugar plantation throughout the Caribbean. Slavery soon died down after the 1800's once people pushed for freedom and equality. Some social conditions such as the attitude towards role of women...
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  • Triangular Trade , Middle Passage and Sugar Revolution.
    . Effects of Sugar Revolution • An increase in size of slave population as hundreds of thousands of African slaves were imported annually into the New World • Change in racial composition of society – by the mid 18th century. Blacks far outnumbered whites, in some cases the ratio was as much as 25:1...
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