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History 105 Week #4

by: Kathleen Sparks

History 105 Week #4 HIS 10500

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These notes contain both lectures from Week #4 and cover the end of the Worlds Entangled unit. This goes from North America to the Seven Years War.
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Date Created: 09/22/16
Week #4 Worlds Entangled (continued)  North America o Revolved around farming o Revolved around natives o Horses were quickly adapted into agricultural and social life by natives from Europe o Women had been mainly gatherers  Sugar in the Americas and the Slave Trade o Sugar becomes a killing crop  Slaves work until they are dead  Expected to live 3 years and no longer  Most popular version of slave revolt was running away o Quilombos  Maroon societies  Independence societies full of escaped slaves  Portugal government would conduct military operations against these societies so they could not help other slaves to escape, also to recapture the lost slaves o Slave trade shifted wealth away from households o Woman stayed in Africa and this reduced reproduction that happened in the Caribbean th th  Asia in the 17 and 18 Centuries o Money and taxes = politics o SILVER IMPORTS began to create the entire economy o Silver masters became the tax collectors o Local power holders defied government  Caused fall of Ming and the rise of Qing (Manchus) o The Mughals in India became vulnerable because of silver o China’s economy suffered when Spanish went to the new world and started trading with Asia  Europe o 30 years war = protestants vs Catholics  contest over territory, power, and trade  war transformed from sieges and struggles to grand scale campaigns o first major devastation that wealth had on nation’s ability of government for destruction o turning point in relationship between individual and government  started the Enlightenment  separation of individual and state o example of alliance of state to merchant class  Absolutism in France and England o “divine right of kings” Week #4  kings were thought to have been given the authority of heaven  government relied on religion o taxes were voted on by parliament o power had limitations  kings were limited to traditions of rights but had to follow civilians  subjects of the king  Seven Year’s War o A mercantilist lead war  Fought over trade and territory  Involved many people from all over the world because of trading network  England vs. France  Fought by North American natives, Filipinos, Indians (from India), English and French  Caused certain affects to the United States  Britain was a world power  This war changed balance of power throughout the world


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