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SOCIETY AND CULTURE IN PROVINCIAL AMERICA

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SOCIETY AND CULTURE IN PROVINCIAL AMERICA. THE GROWTH AND DIVERSIFICATION OF THE COLONIAL POPULATION; THE EXPANSION AND DIVERSIFICATION OF THE COLONIAL ...

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    SOCIETY AND CULTURE IN PROVINCIAL AMERICA

    ; The growth and diversification of the colonial population

    ; The expansion and diversification of the colonial economy to meet the needs of this rapidly

    growing population

    ; The rise of slavery as the labor system of choice in British North America

    ; The development of multiple religious communities and religious tolerance in the colonies

    ; The social and political life of English colonists in the various colonies

    ; The emergence of a particularly American mind and spirit in literature, philosophy, science,

    education, and law

    Guided Reading Notes:

    1. The sources of colonial labor, including indentured servants, women, and imported Africans

    Indentured servants-made up ? of the immigrants in Chesapeake, developed from existing practices in Eng., men/women bound to servitude 4-5 years in return received passage to America, food, and shelter. After terms of service- supposed to receive (males) clothing, tools, land (many never did). ? were women who worked as domestic servants. Some came to colonies unwillingly (convicts, orphans, vagrants, paupers). Headright system developed.

    2. The reasons behind the gradual shift from indentured servitude to African slavery

    3. How patterns of birth and death influenced and reflected cultural development in the colonies

    4. The nature of colonial medicine and its impact on women of the seventeenth century

    5. The social and familial roles of women in both the Chesapeake and New England

    6. The historical dispute over the origins of slavery

    7. The origins and social contours of slavery and racial discrimination in English America

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    8. The changing sources of European immigration throughout the seventeenth century 9. The ways in which factors of soil and climate determined the commercial and agricultural

    development of the colonies, despite crown attempts to influence production

    10. The importance, extent, and early limits of technology in the colonial economic system 11. The beginnings of colonial commerce and consumerism, and the early attempts at regulation by

    Parliament

12. The emergence of the plantation system, and its impact on Southern society

    13. The New England witchcraft episode as a reflection of Puritan society

    14. The rise and importance of cities in the colonial system

    15. The reasons for the appearance of a variety of religious sects in the colonies, and the effect of

    the Great Awakening on the colonists

    16. The ways in which colonial literature, education, science, law, and justice began to diverge from

    their English antecedents

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