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Wednesday, Sept. 25 1. Get out your History Spiral put your binder on the floor 2. Update your Table of Contents DateTitleEntry # 9/23Warm-Ups Sept. 23-2719.

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1 Wednesday, Sept Get out your History Spiral put your binder on the floor 2. Update your Table of Contents DateTitleEntry # 9/23Warm-Ups Sept /2313 colonies cartoon notes 20 9/24Colonial Economics video 21 9/24Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade notes22 9/24Roots to Representative Government notes23 3. Turn to entry # 19: Write and answer the following: #3 Sept., 9/25 – How did England regulate its colonies under mercantilism? (use entry #21 to help you if you don’t remember)

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3 Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade I-ck

4 Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade I. Definition *Slavery is the practice of holding a person in bondage for labor. (Go back through your notes and write 4 questions that might appear on a test then complete your summary) Summary:

5 Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade I. Definition *Slavery is the practice of holding a person in bondage for labor. II. Reasons *African’s were immune to most European Africans used diseases

6 Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade I. Definition *Slavery is the practice of holding a person in bondage for labor. II. Reasons *African’s were immune to most European Africans used diseases *They had no friends or family to help escape

7 Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade I. Definition *Slavery is the practice of holding a person in bondage for labor. II. Reasons *African’s were immune to most European Africans used diseases *They had no friends or family to help escape *They were permanent, cheap labor

8 Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade I. Definition *Slavery is the practice of holding a person in bondage for labor. II. Reasons *African’s were immune to most European Africans used diseases *They had no friends or family to help escape *They were permanent, cheap labor *They had worked on farms before

9 Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade III. Effects*Artistic heritage of dance, music, and story telling

10 Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade III. Effects*Artistic heritage of dance, music, and story telling *Racism (Civil rights abuse) (Go back through your notes and write 4 questions that might appear on a test then complete your summary) Summary:

11 Roots of Representative Government I.The Rights of Englishmen II.Parliament and Colonial Government III. A Royal Governor’s Rule IV. England’s Glorious Revolution V. Shared Power in the Colonies VI. The Zenger Trial 4 Questions and a summary


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