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SSUSH 2:

A Developing Britsh Economy and Society
by

Ivan Carroll

on 23 October 2014

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Transcript of SSUSH 2:

SSUSH 2:
Tracing the economy and Society of British North America
Tier 2: Tier 3:
Trace British
Economy North America
Society
British

SSUSH 2b:
Middle Passage
Middle Passage: The journey for Africans taken from Africa

Conditions were extremely harsh

Trade in slaves leads to increased African Population and cultural expressions
SSUSH 2c:
Benjamin Franklin
Franklin remains an example of social mobility and Individualism
Individualism
Your degree of success is directly related to your individual effort
SSUSH 2d:
Significance of the Great Awakening
Great Awakening: large numbers of colonists are converted to Christianity during the 1730's and 40's

Represents how American became "Christian"
SSUSH 2a
Mercantilism : Desire to control trade and raw materials

British Colonies in north america
European Countries compete to be stronger than one another

They take advantage of areas and people to enrich themselves
Triangular Trade


Trade crossing the Atlantic Ocean
connected the continents of AfricaEurope and the Americas
Social Mobility
The ability to improve on your social status
Preacher:

Jonathan Edwards

Preached the sermon: "
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
"

*Sermon helped to convert people to Christianity
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