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Class Notes for HIS106Y1 at University of Toronto St. George

Natives, Settlers and Slaves: Colonizing the Americas, 1492-1804

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HIS106Y1 Lecture 47: Arriving Home – Colonial Legacies
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HIS106Y1 Lecture 46: Drives for Independence – Popular Discontent in Spanish America
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HIS106Y1 Lecture 45: Drives for Independence – The Haitian Revolution
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HIS106Y1 Lecture 44: Breaking the Chains – The Abolition Movement
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HIS106Y1 Lecture 43: Breaking the Chains – Slave Resistance and Rebellion
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HIS106Y1 Lecture 42: Shifting Powers – The Language of Rights
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HIS106Y1 Lecture 40: The Rise of Reason – The Dispute of the New World
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HIS106Y1 Lecture 41: Shifting Powers – The Seven Years’ War
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HIS106Y1 Lecture 39: The Rise of Reason – Enlightened Reforms
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HIS106Y1 Lecture 38: Religious Revival – The Great Awakening
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HIS106Y1 Lecture 37: Religious Revival – Baroque Catholicism
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HIS106Y1 Lecture 36: Labour and Servitude – Masters and Slaves
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HIS106Y1 Lecture 35: Labour and Servitude – Urban Slaves and Free Blacks
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HIS106Y1 Lecture 34: Seafaring and Piracy
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HIS106Y1 Lecture 32: Gender Roles – Nunneries and Colonial Societies
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