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CSULBHIST 172lawler JSpring

HIST 172 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Imperial Reform, Massachusetts Government Act, Constitution Of The United Kingdom

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Colonists made strong emotional ties with both the british monarchy and the british constitution. But, they would declare their independence from the b
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CSULBHIST 172lawler JSpring

HIST 172 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Social Stratification, Encomienda, Paleo-Indians

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America was the new world for europeans. Native americans (first americans) have lived here before the europeans came. Ancient americans probably cross
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CSULBHIST 172lawler JSpring

HIST 172 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Workers United, Class Conflict, Natural Product

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Americans used the technologies to improve the economy and remake a new nation. Market revolution : economy and personal wealth grew up, but less worke
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CSULBHIST 172lawler JSpring

HIST 172 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Connecticut Compromise, Benjamin Lincoln, Tax Collector

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A grand federal procession was carried out by philadelphians on july 4, 1788 in honor of the new national constitution. They hoped to create a diverse
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CSULBHIST 172lawler JSpring

HIST 172 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Delaware Nation At Moraviantown, Jacksonian Democracy, Western Confederacy

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All americans demanded liberty in the new nation, asylum. claim for freedom & equality. Free and enslaved black americans and the challenge to slavery.
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CSULBHIST 172lawler JSpring

HIST 172 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Manhattan, Puritans, Acculturation

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People of the american colonies (from different social status, culture, race) created the new world. The europe, africa and the americas were connected
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CSULBHIST 172lawler JSpring

HIST 172 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: North American English, Barter, Stamp Act Congress

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A new distinctly american culture formed, meanwhile created an increasingly diverse colonisl population. New societies and cultural patterns in north a
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CSULBHIST 172lawler JSpring

HIST 172 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Newfoundland And Labrador, Opchanacanough, Juan Ponce De León

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New diseases destroyed the entire civilizations in americans. Indian population started to decrease, while european population increased (nutrient-rich
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HIST 172 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Gender Inequality, Evangelicalism, Working Poor

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American south expanded its wealth and population and improved the global economy. South actively engaged new technologies and trade routes while also
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