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    for its repeal but did not organize protests. The Stamp Act Revolt was led by ordinary people throughout the colonies. For example, in Boston, the revolt was led by a shoemaker named Ebenezer McIntosh. After Boston, similar revolts emerged in every colony. The revolts involved the use of crowd...
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    How did economic, geographic, and social factors encourage the growth of slavery as an important part of the economy of the southern colonies between 1607 and 1775? (2001) • Economic: o Slavery is cheaper than indentured servitude. o Slave Trade. o Tight packing vs. loose packing. o Large...
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  • Between 1600 and 1700 the American Colonies Were Shaken by a Series of "Revolts" That, It Had Been Contended, Were the Result of Tensions in Colonial Society. Examine the Protests That Took Place in Virginia, Maryland, Massachusetts, and New York,...
    that some groups underwent in the colonies. Some of the most notable rebellions include Bacon's Rebellion, The Regulator Uprising, Leislor's Rebellion, Culpepper's Rebellion, and the Paxton Boys Uprising. The Paxton Boy Revolt, which occurred in Pennsylvania, was a response to Pontiac's...
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    How did economic, geographic, and social factors encourage the growth of slavery as an important part of the economy of the southern colonies between 1607 and 1775? (2001) • Economic: o Slavery is cheaper than indentured servitude. o Slave Trade. o Tight packing vs. loose packing. o Large...
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  • Questions to Ponder on American History
    Americans colonies in the years after the Seven Years' War? How did the colonists respond? 4. Drawing upon the section entitled "The Philosophy of Revolt," what were the differences between British and colonial conceptions of government? 5. Why was Massachusetts, and in particular Boston, a...
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  • Latin American Revolution
    , Toussaint L’Ouverture a farmer slave become his ladder in 1802 napoleon send troops to in the rebellion they fail, in 1804 the colony declared his independence as Haiti. • Creoles lead independence Why did creoles want independence? Creoles thought that they were not treated fairly, this bad feeling...
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  • Factors Responsible for the Outbreak of the Haitian Revolution
    the colony. Nevertheless, they wanted to govern the colony on their own. They wanted independence and political atonomy from France. However, they did not want this power to be granted to the other classes, for example: the Petit Blancs and Mulattoes. Moreover, the Petit Blancs had a lower economic...
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  • Dbq Although New England and the Chesapeake Region Were Both Settled Largely by of English Origin, by 1700 the Region Had Evolved Into Two Different Societies. Why Did This Difference in Development Occur?
    Wa’Nyah Tucker 11A September 24, 2012 DBQ ESSAY Question: Although New England and the Chesapeake region were both settled largely by of English origin, by 1700 the region had evolved into two different societies. Why did this difference in development occur? Thesis Statement: When...
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    • importance of family bond for slaves • African knowledge or fishing, rice farming, cattle herding. Virginia and Maryland • 4 reasons why slavery was different in this region • Why slave owners encouraged slave families New England and Middle Colonies • Numbers of slaves as compared...
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  • The Battles of Greece
    Alexander the great came down from macedonia and conquered Persia and defeated Darius Why fight? Greeks had been settling on the west coast of Asia Minor (Persia) Persia conquered these colonies In 499 BC Greeks in these colonies revolted against Persian rule (they are used to ruling...
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    Dutch regulations against revolt Like the other West Indian colonies, the Dutch passed regulations to try and reduce the likelihood of revolt. The Company had a rule about black:white ratios, for example, which was never really enforced. According to the regulation, a plantation had to have one...
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    Why was the revolt in St. Domingue in 1791 more successful than other slave revolts in the Caribbean? Rationale: The reason for this topic being chosen was to better identify, analyze, interpret and understand the Haitian Revolution. For me, History encourages the mind to think, and this topic...
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  • Baer
    of Power Brussels Convention Battle of Adowa Berlin Conference Boer War Key themes v How did 19th century colonialism differ from that of the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries? v What theories have been set forth as causes of 19th century colonialism/imperialism? Why was there a “scramble...
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  • Haitian Revolution
    and executed. Vincent Oge  The conflict between the whites and the coloureds gave the slaves a chance to fight for their own freedom. The rebellion started in the most prosperous and densely populated area, in the northern part of Haiti. Why did these groups revolt? The Grand Blancs or rich...
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    the first colony to have a slave rebellion. * Discuss the disagreement between L'Ouverture and Napoleon over Saint Domingue and L'Ouverture's leadership. * Discuss some of the reasons why the slave revolt succeeded in Haiti. Because of L'ouverture and the desperate slaves were motivated...
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  • Napoleon’s influence on Haitian Revolution
    and therefore the only successful slave revolt in the history. Haiti became self governed directly from French colony. Back at the time of the revolution, Haiti was called Saint-Domingue, a French colony. Different colonies across the world, such as the islands of Saint Kitts, Guadeloupe, Marbados...
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    soon died after from sickness before enough progress was made, once Berkley returned the followers of bacons rebellion did not stand a chance against Berkley’s forces and the rebellion soon dissipated. In order to tighten control over the colonies, Great Britain instated many acts and taxes which...
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  • History
    village revolt noun, a violent uprising against a ruler Life in New Spain The Spanish did not find much gold in North America. They started farms called haciendas to make money. They forced American Indians to work on farms and in mines. Many Indians died from overwork and bad treatment. A...
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    could remain there Why did they want to be there? Resources (spices) Intervened in tribal rivalries Gained land Advantages of the Dutch? Organization, supplies, firearms Great Britain in India “The Jewel in the British Crown”: Used a similar method of the Dutch by recruiting locals for...
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  • Revolution
    most profitable of the French colonies? 5- Do you think that the slaves were right to revolt? 6-According to the text, why did the slave population decline at a fast pace? 7-Do you think that the all the slaves had the same condition of life in the colony? If no, find in the text a...
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