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Florida & U.S. History - Chapter Summary
These lessons have been assembled to help you improve your understanding of the history of exploration, colonization and immigration in America. Follow along with our professional instructors in order to review:
- The first attempts made by Europeans to settle the Americas
- History of slave trade in colonial America
- Factors that influenced the two waves of European immigration in the late 1800s
- Florida's early exploration and colonization
- Various cultural influences on Florida's culture, economics and politics
If you feel short on time, then take advantage of the versatility of these lessons. Since they are mobile-device friendly, you can watch them on your tablet, laptop or smartphone whenever your time permits. Also, every lesson includes a short quiz that you can use to determine what topics you don't understand. The results of these assessments even include video tags you can use to go back to and review the material you missed.
1. First European Settlements of North America
In this lesson, you will explore the first years of European colonization in North America as several nations attempted to establish their first colonial settlements. Then, you can test your understanding with a brief quiz.
2. Rise of Slave Trade: Black History in Colonial America
In this lesson, you'll learn a little about the slave trade, the growth and characteristics of slavery in the colonial period - including laws regulating the institution and the population of free blacks in the English colonies.
3. Old and New Immigrants in the US: Definition & Overview
There were two waves of European immigration to America in the late 1800s. Learn about the push and pull factors that contributed to these two major influxes of immigrants and the impact they had on U.S. policy.
4. Early Exploration & Colonization in Florida
In this lesson we will learn about the early exploration and colonization of Florida. We will identify important explorers and highlight key developments in Florida colonization.
5. Florida's Economic, Social & Political Growth
A warm subtropical climate makes tourism Florida's number one industry, but the economy has other interesting features too. Let's explore its reputation as a place to retire, and its demographic diversity.
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