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Early US History

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Early US History HI 1063

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Early US History
Peter Messer
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Amiracle M Tatum on Tuesday September 27, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HI 1063 at Mississippi State University taught by Peter Messer in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Early US History in ALLEN 15 DORMAN 140 at Mississippi State University.


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Date Created: 09/27/16
Early US History 1. What were the prevailing economic, social, and political conditions in the “mature”  British colonies? 2. How did those conditions contribute to the Great Awakening? Imperial Reform  Centralization ­ Navigation Acts 1696 ­ Governors  Conflict / Cooperation ­ Trade ­ Politics ­ They need wheat, rice, and corn but they have to purchase it from other  colonies ­ They governor tells the colonies what to do ­ There are more governors than colonies ­ There are limits to the new power Mature Colonies  Population Growth ­ 250K 1700, 500K 1730, 2.5M 1775 ­ 350K immigrants  Vibrant Politics  Economic Expansion ­ Exports increase £320,000 1700 to £891,000 1754 ­ Cities: Philadelphia 17K, Boston 16K, New York 13K, Charles Town 8K,  and New Port 5K ­ The politics were very nasty ­ The number does not matter, just know they are getting bigger Prosperity   Wealth ­ Colonies 13£ per annum ­ England 11£ & France 6£ ­ ¼ tax rate in England  Consumption ­ The value increase from 450£ in 1700 to £1.5 million in 1750 Consequences   Cultural  ­ Connections ­ Aspirations  Neurological? ­ Coffee ­ Fabrics  Spaces Problems  Poverty  Boston poor relief doubles: 1740 ­1760 = 40%  New York quadruples: 1750 – 1775 = 25%  Concentration ­ Boston 10% owns 60% ­ 30% ­ 40% tenancy rate in the MD and VA 1770  Land Exhaustion / Population Problems: Slavery  Numbers ­ 1775: 500,000  Labor Regime ­ Task: lowcountry ­ Gang: Chesapeake  Creole Culture ­ Lowcountry ­ Chesapeake  Conditions Worsen  Revolts ­ New York: 1712 ­ Stono: 1739 ­ New York: 1741 ­ VA: 1687, 1710, 1722, 1723,1730 Great Awakening Crisis in Religion ­    New England ­    Middle Colonies ­    Virginia New Religion  New Style  Jonathan Edwards: 1734 ­ 1735, 1740  George Whitefield: 1739 – 1741  Gilbert Tennent


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