Lecture - week 15 - Jan 22.docx

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School
Queen's University
Department
History
Course
HIST 122
Professor
Abolition: Implementing freedom
- freedom in six equal parts
- starve them out o idleness
- from slaves to apprentices
Of dam tiefs and ol rogues
- the system
- the reason behind
- the planters cause
- the metropolitan cause
- the abolitions
A new monstrosity
- provisions for apprentices
- new rules for mothers (were allowed to take time off to care for child because the
child was going to become a slave sooner or later)
Experiments with labour
- indentured labourers from Africa
Industrialization and migration
- Unprecedented multi-lateral disposal
- new forms of production
- transportation technology
- unfolded in local and global level
MIGRATION TRENDS
Who were the migrants?
- settlers (and colonies)
- sojourners (many of them were missionaries esp Scottish ones they were most
prominent)
- itinerants
- labourers
CASE STUDIES
1. indentured laboureres
2. irish migration
Labour migration
* Causes:
- push factors
- pull factors
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