Chapter 19

Main

Growth of Atlantic Economy

1650 - 1790

The Navigation Acts are Created by Oliver Cromwell

1651

The Three Anglo-Dutch Wars

1652 - 1674

New Amsterdam was Renamed New York

1664

Jethro Tull

1674 - 1741

Philip V

1700 - 1746

Height of the Atlantic Slave Trade

1700 - 1790

Wars Between Britain and France Over Maritime Power

1701 - 1763

Great Britain is Formed

1707

Peace of Utrecht

1713

Adam Smith

1723 - 1790

War of Austrian Expansion

1740 - 1748

Seven Years' War

1756 - 1763

The British Seize Quebec

1759

The Special Privileges of Urban Manufacturing was Severely Resticted

1762

Spain Received Louisiana From France

1763

The Treaty of Paris

1763

"Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith

1776

George Crompten Invented the Mule for Cotten Spinning

1784

The First Peaceful Mass Political Movement based on Public Opinion

1788 - 1792

The British Government Abolishes the Slave Trade

1807

The Proportion of Landless Laborers was Substantially less

1830

English Farmers were Producing 300 Percent More Food Than In 1700

1870