Hist1301 Week 02

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  • Map 2.2 Spanish and French Settlements in North America before 1750 (p. 69)
  • Map 2.1 The Chesapeake Colonies, 1607–1660 (p. 67)
  • Figure 2.1 Population in the Seventeenth-Century Southern Colonies (p. 73)
  • Bacon’s Castle, Surrey, Va.  (p. 79)
  • Figure 2.2 The Emergence of a Black Majority in South Carolina (p. 87)
  • Figure 2.3 The Distribution of African Americans in the Seventeenth-Century Colonies (p. 90)
  • Ran Off (p. 97)
  • Hist1301 Week 02

    1. 1. Servitude, Slavery, and the Growth of the Southern Colonies 1620–1760
    2. 2. The Development of the Southern Colonies
    3. 3. Ira Berlin on Slave Societies
    4. 4. The Southern Colonies in Context
    5. 5. The Demand for Labor: Servitude in the Chesapeake
    6. 6. Power and Society in the Chesapeake: 1650s–1670s
    7. 7. Bacon’s Rebellion of 1676: A Turning Point
    8. 8. The Making of Southern Slave Societies
    9. 9. From Servitude to Slavery in the Chesapeake
    10. 10. The Lower South
    11. 11. The Growth of Slavery in the Carolinas and Georgia
    12. 12. African American Culture in the South
    13. 13. Ira Berlin on Slave Culture
    14. 14. The First African American Generation
    15. 15. Conditions of Work and Kinship
    16. 16. Slave Resistance and Rebellion
    17. 17. Prosperity, Inequality, and Shifting Ideas in Slave Societies
    18. 18. Hierarchy and Society
    19. 19. Deference and Conflict
    20. 20. The Challenge of the Great Awakening

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