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1 Norton Lecture Slides by Eric Foner Norton Lecture Slides by Eric Foner Give Me Liberty! AN AMERICAN HISTORY FOURTH EDITION

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3 Lecture preview Slavery and Empire Slave Cultures and Slave Resistance An Empire of Freedom The Public Sphere The Great Awakening Imperial Rivalries Battle for the Continent

4 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company The Old Plantation

5 Slavery and Empire  Focus Question: How did African slavery differ regionally in eighteenth-century North America?  Focus Question: How did African slavery differ regionally in eighteenth-century North America?

6 Slavery and Empire: Atlantic trade Atlantic Trade

7 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 4.1 Atlantic Trading Routes

8 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company The title page of Olaudah Equiano’s account of his life

9 Slavery and Empire: Slave Trade Africa and the Slave Trade The Middle Passage

10 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 4.2 The Slave Trade in The Atlantic World, 1460–1770

11 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A mid-eighteenth-century image of a woman going to church in Lima, Peru

12 Slavery and Empire: the Chesapeake Chesapeake Slavery Freedom and Slavery in the Chesapeake

13 Slavery and Empire: the Carolinas Indian Slavery in Early Carolina The Rice Kingdom

14 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Slave-Trading Vessel Marle-Seraphique

15 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company An Overseer Doing His Duty

16 Slavery and Empire: Georgia and the north The Georgia Experiment Slavery in the North

17 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Slave Sale Broadside

18 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Henry Darnall III

19 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Savannah, Georgia, in 1734

20 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Slavery existed in the eighteenth century in all the colonies.

21 Slave Cultures and Slave Resistance  Focus Question: What factors led to distinct African- American cultures in the eighteenth century?  Focus Question: What factors led to distinct African- American cultures in the eighteenth century?

22 Slave Cultures and Slave Resistance: African- Americans Becoming African-American African Religion in Colonial America African-American Cultures

23 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Slave population as percentage of total population of original thirteen colonies, 1770

24 Slave Cultures and Slave Resistance: Uprisings Resistance to Slavery The Crisis of 1739–1741

25 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company An advertisement seeking the return of a runaway slave from Port Royal in the Sea Islands of South Carolina

26 An Empire of Freedom  Focus Question: What were the meanings of British liberty in the eighteenth century?  Focus Question: What were the meanings of British liberty in the eighteenth century?

27 An Empire of Freedom: Britain British Patriotism The British Constitution

28 An Empire of Freedom: Liberty The Language of Liberty Republican Liberty Liberal Freedom

29 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Even though less than 5 percent of the British population enjoyed the right to vote, representative government was central to the eighteenth-century idea of British liberty.

30 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A 1770 engraving from the Boston Gazette by Paul Revere illustrates the association of British patriotism and liberty.

31 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company The Polling, by the renowned eighteenth-century British artist William Hogarth

32 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company The title page of John Locke’s Two Treatises of Government

33 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company The British political philosopher John Locke

34 The Public Sphere  Focus Question: What concepts and institutions dominated colonial politics in the eighteenth century?  Focus Question: What concepts and institutions dominated colonial politics in the eighteenth century?

35 The Public Sphere: Voting The Right to Vote Political Cultures

36 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Election in Pennsylvania

37 The Public Sphere: Assemblies Colonial Government The Rise of the Assemblies

38 The Public Sphere: politics and the press Politics in Public The Colonial Press

39 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Benjamin Franklin’s quest for self-improvement is illustrated in this “Temperance diagram.”

40 The Public Sphere: Freedom of expression Freedom of Expression and Its Limits The Trial of Zenger

41 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Benjamin Franklin, 1762

42 The Public Sphere: enlightenment The American Enlightenment

43 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company The first page of the New York Weekly Journal

44 The Great Awakening  Focus Question: How did the Great Awakening challenge the religious and social structure of British North America?  Focus Question: How did the Great Awakening challenge the religious and social structure of British North America?

45 The Great Awakening: effects on society Religious Revivals The Preaching of Whitefield The Awakening’s Impact

46 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Jonathan Edwards, one of the most prominent Preachers of the Great Awakening

47 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company George Whitefield

48 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Evangelical Spirit of the Great Awakening

49 Imperial Rivalries  Focus Question: How did the Spanish and French empires in America develop in the eighteenth century?  Focus Question: How did the Spanish and French empires in America develop in the eighteenth century?

50 Imperial Rivalries: spanish and french Spanish North America The Spanish in California The French Empire

51 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 4.3 European Empires in North America, ca. 1750

52 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company In this lithograph from 1816, Indians perform a dance at Mission San Francisco in California.

53 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A sketch of New Orleans as it appeared in 1720

54 Battle for the Continent  Focus Question: What was the impact of the Seven Years' War on imperial and Indian-white relations?  Focus Question: What was the impact of the Seven Years' War on imperial and Indian-white relations?

55 Battle for the Continent: british, french, and indians The Middle Ground The Seven Years’ War A World Transformed

56 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A map of upstate New York presented to Governor William Tryon of colonial New York

57 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company The cover of a magazine published in Pennsylvania

58 Battle for the Continent: 1763 Pontiac’s Rebellion The Proclamation Line

59 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 4.4 Eastern North America after the Peace of Paris, 1763

60 Battle for the Continent: aftermath of seven years’ war Pennsylvania and the Indians Colonial Identities

61 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Benjamin Franklin produced this famous cartoon in 1754.

62 Review Slavery and Empire Focus Question: How did African slavery differ regionally in eighteenth-century North America? Slave Cultures and Slave Resistance Focus Question: What factors led to distinct African-American cultures in the eighteenth century? An Empire of Freedom Focus Question: What were the meanings of British liberty in the eighteenth century? The Public Sphere Focus Question: What concepts and institutions dominated colonial politics in the eighteenth century?

63 Review continued The Great Awakening Focus Question: How did the Great Awakening challenge the religious and social structure of British North America? Imperial Rivalries Focus Question: How did the Spanish and French empires in America develop in the eighteenth century? Battle for the Continent Focus Question: What was the impact of the Seven Years' War on imperial and Indian-white relations?

64 MEDIA LINKS —— Chapter 4 —— TitleMedia link Eric Foner on slavery in the 18th centuryhttp://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/histor y/foner4/mp4/&f=question028 Eric Foner on African-American identity in the 18th century y/foner4/&f=african_american_identity Eric Foner on the public sphere in 1763, pt 1http://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/histor y/foner4/mp4/&f=question030 Eric Foner on the public sphere in 1763, pt 2http://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/histor y/foner4/mp4/&f=question034 Eric Foner on the public sphere in 1763, pt 3http://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/histor y/foner4/mp4/&f=question035 Eric Foner on freedom of the press in the colonial period y/foner4/mp4/&f=question032 Eric Foner on the separation of church and state at America's founding y/foner4/mp4/&f=question033 Eric Foner on Father Junipero Serrahttp://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/histor y/foner4/mp4/&f=question031

65 Next Lecture PREVIEW: —— Chapter 5 —— The American Revolution, 1763–1783 The Crisis Begins The Road to Revolution The Coming of Independence Securing Independence

66 Norton Lecture Slides Independent and Employee-Owned by Eric Foner Norton Lecture Slides Independent and Employee-Owned by Eric Foner This concludes the Norton Lecture Slides Slide Set for Chapter 4 Give Me Liberty! AN AMERICAN HISTORY FOURTH EDITION


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