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Topic outline 4 : US History

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Topic outline 4 : US History HIST 105

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History of The US
Robert Resche
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sierra Bayes on Monday September 12, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIST 105 at Texas A&M University taught by Robert Resche in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see History of The US in US History at Texas A&M University.


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Date Created: 09/12/16
USHistory FALLSEMESTER2016 INSTRUCTOR:RobertResche Out line: Creating a Slave Society in the South ○ 1. Conflicts in Virginia's Tobacco Economy. ■ Exploitation of Indentured Servants. ■ Ex-Indentured Servants versus Planter Aristocracy. ■ Planter Aristocracy versus English Colonial Authority. ■ Making of a Planter Aristocracy. ■ Navigation Acts and Customs Duties. ■ Settler "Land Hunger" versus English Indian Policy. ○ 2. Nathaniel Bacon and Bacon's Rebellion (1676). ■ Settler Land Hunger and Ethnic Cleansing. ■ Rebellion against English Colonial Authority. ■ Class Conflict of Poor versus Rich Whites. ○ 3. Significance of Bacon's Rebellion. ■ From Indentured Servitude to Hereditary African Slavery. ■ Solving the Political and Economic Problems of Planter Elites. ■ From Slavery to Legal Discrimination to White Supremacy. ■ Inevitability of Ethnic Cleansing of Indians. ○ 4. Colonizing the Lower South (The Carolinas and Georgia). ■ Carolina Charter (1663). ● Settlers of North and South Carolina (Split in 1712). ● Early Economies: Mixed Farming (South) and Naval Stores (North). ● Indian Relations: From Trade to Slavery to War. ● Charleston's Indian Slave Market (1680-1720). 1 ● Yamasee War (1715-1717) and the Cherokee Defection. ● Rice Plantations and the Spread of Slavery. ○ Formation of a Rice Planter Aristocracy in the 18th Century. ○ The Massive Importation of Slaves (by 1730 Slaves make up Two-Thirds of the Population) ● Separation of North and South Carolina (1712). ○ Georgia Charter (1733). ○ James Oglethorpe's Plan: No Slavery, No Liquor, and an "Agrarian Law" limiting the Size of Landholdings. ○ The Spread of Rice Culture and Settler Demand for the legalization of Slavery and Liquor. ○ Georgia becomes a Crown Colony (1751). ○ Creation of a Legislative Assembly (Savannah). ○ Slavery and Liquor are legalized and Restrictions on Landholdings are repealed. 2


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