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Chapter 4: Experience of Empire: Eighteenth-Century America focuses on:



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  1. Introduction: Constructing an Anglo-American Identity: The Journal of William Byrd (95)
  2. Growth and Diversity (96)
    1. Scots-Irish Flee English Opression (97)
    2. Germans Search for a Better Life (97)
    3. Convict Settlers (98)
    4. Native Americans Sake Out a Middle Ground (99)
  3. Spanish Borderlands of the Eighteenth Century (103)
    1. Conquering the Northern Frontier (103)
    2. Peoples of the Spanish Borderlands (104)
  4. The Impact of European Ideas on American Culture (105)
    1. Provincial Cities (105)
    2. American Enlightenment (106)
    3. Benjamin Franklin (107)
    4. Economic Transformation (108)
    5. Birth of a Consumer Society (109)
  5. Religious Revivals in Provincial Societies (110)
    1. The Great Awakening (110)
    2. The Voice of Evangelical Religion (111)
  6. Clash of Political Cultures (113)
    1. The English Constitution (113)
    2. The Reality of British Politics (113)
    3. Governing the Colonies: The American Experience (114)
    4. Colonial Assemblies (115)
  7. Century of Imperial War (116)
    1. King William's and Queen Anne's War (116)
    2. King George's War and its Aftermath (118)
    3. Albany Congress and Braddock's Defeat (120)
    4. Seven Years' War (121)
    5. Perceptions of War (122)
  8. Conclusion: Rule Britannia? (123)

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