New Video! "AP US History Video 11: Geography and Regional Development in British North America: The Atlantic Economy and the Development of Colonial Economies."
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• Notes for AP US History Video 11 : The Atlantic Economy and the Development of Colonial Economies
What We’re Covering Here:
The development of colonial economies based on the products they could grow or manufacture.
The relation of the English manufacturing economy to the colonial economies, including slavery.
A few other relevant “fun facts.”
Whatever else comes up as I’m recording this.
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Who’d Like This:
High school and college students taking advanced placement (AP) U.S. history; anyone who’d like to learn some basic U.S. history. Foreign students applying to college in the U.S.
Source Material For this Video:
• This video is based on the Barron’s AP United States History review book (4th Edition), Princeton Review’s AP US History 2019, and my general knowledge of U.S. history.
• Barron’s AP United States History review book (4th Edition), pp. 79 - 81.
• Princeton Review’s AP US History 2019, p. 162
• While this should help you do well on the AP US History exam, I can’t be responsible for what your teacher thinks is important and asks you about in his or her own tests, homework, etc. Please read your class text(s) and pay attention to what your teacher says in class.
• My general knowledge and what I could access/verify using Google.
• Any webpages / resources referenced below.
Jump Links for this Video:
• Trade, Competition Over Resources, and Conflict.: 0:24
• The Atlantic Economy and the Evolution of Colonial Economies. : 0:54
• Trade Networks – English Manufacturing. : 1:50
• Trade Networks – African Slaves & American Crops.: 2:25
• Tobacco, Indigo, Sugar, Rice, and Slavery In the South and in the West Indies. : 3:52
• Fur Trade in North America. : 5:02
• Wheat, Indentured Servitude, and Redemptioners in Middle Colonies. : 6:37
• New England Fish and Lumber. : 8:22
• Did You Find This Video Useful? : 9:54
• Contact Me! Facebook, Instagram, Email, Phone.: 11:04
• NOTE: This is NOT a Substitute for Your Classes, Text, Etc.: 12:00
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