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RUTGERS01:512:103Professor MitchellSummer

01:512:103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: George Whitefield, Colonial History Of The United States, Samson Occom

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During the mid-eighteenth century, british colonial america experienced a dramatic and sweeping set of religious revivals collectively known as the gre
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RUTGERS01:512:103Professor MitchellSummer

01:512:103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Hohokam, Natural Disaster, Social Stratification

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Scholars believe that native americans used to live a very static, unchanging life till europeans invaded. Many contemporary native people reject the s
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RUTGERS01:512:103Professor MitchellSummer

01:512:103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Smallpox, Hernando De Soto, Casta

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Spanish atrocities to craft the notorious and persistent black legend : that the. Spanish were uniquely cruel and far more brutal and destructive than
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RUTGERS01:512:103Professor MitchellSummer

01:512:103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Sub-Saharan Africa, New World Crops, Reconquista

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Europeans had a very progressive knowledge on geography, technology and weaponry. They enriched their country with those resources as well as started p
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RUTGERS01:512:103Professor MitchellSummer

01:512:103 Chapter 10: Chapter 10

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By producing lucrative sugar, the west indies rapidly grew to overtake the. Chesapeake as the most valuable set of english colonies (location 4262). In
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RUTGERS01:512:103Professor MitchellSummer

01:512:103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Wild Beasts, Puritans, Miantonomoh

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Instead of viewing the precolonial landscape as beautiful, the leading. The new english saw the indians as their opposite as pagan peoples who had surr
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