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The Carolinas

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The Carolinas History 1100

Sydney Mills
Survey of American History to 1865
John Wigger

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Survey of American History to 1865
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Date Created: 09/24/15
The Carolinas 09222015 English monarchs 16031702 James 16031625 Charles 16251649 Charles II 16601685 James II 16851688 William and Mary 16881702 Restoration colonies Carolinas New York New Jersey and Pennsylvania The Restoration colonies The church of England in the colonies 0 Few priests in the colonies no bishop Charles Woodmason and Anglican missionary in the Carolina backcountry in 17605 described his listeners as quotan abandoned Morals and pro ige principles Rude ignorant void of manners education or good breeding no gentle or polite person among them quotfor thro want of ministers to marry and thro the licentiousness of the people many hundreds lived in concubinage swooping their wives as cattle and living in a state of nature more irregularly and unchastely than the Indians Charles Woodmason is this the bible belt The navigation acts and mercantilism o Maerchantalism government control of foregin trade is essential to anation s properiry and secuirt o The colonies would provide markets for English manufactured goods and a course for raw materials 0 Other nations would be excluded from the colonial trade 0 Navigation acts of 1660 1663 1673 Carolinas Early settlement 0 1663 grant by Charles II 0 early settlers from Barbados products livestock tobacco lumber turpentine pitch 0 tarheels and jack tars introduction of rice Rice 0 Annual plant 0 Originated in China 0 Traditionally grown in Africa 0 Labor intensive o Requires ample water for ooding elds when setting young seedHngs O Slaves and free blacks in Carolinas First African Americans in Carolinas o Uncertain legal status 0 Advantages of slave labor for planters 0 Labor for lie Not worries over quotbad pressquot Close connections with Barbados Knew how to row rice Immunity to some diseases Yellow fewer in Charleston 1699 Disadvantages of slave labor 0 High initial cost 0 Runaways Slavery and society 0 Black majority 1708 Slavery and religion 0 SPG or society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts 0 Polygamy OOOO Growth of community life among slaves Con ict and accommodation 0 Task system and black markets 0 Regulations on clothing and food The threat of slave uprisings Runaways o Destinations Charleston and seaports 0 Indian territory 0 Going underground 0 Florida The Stono Rebellion 1739 Began near Stono river bridge with 20 slaves Eventually collected 80 slaves headed south to Florida Burned 7 plantations and killed 20 whites Intercepted by militia fought 2 battles Most slaves killed Lew to ne more restrictive save code Decline of rice cultivation Less pro table without slave labor Ended in the Carolinas and Georgia in the early 20th century Rice grown today in California mainly near Sacramento and ArkansasMississippi Delta


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