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Jamaicans of African ancestry

Ch 18

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Chapter 18 Study guide 1. Sugar cane was first grown in the West Indies by Spanish colonists shortly after 1500, but after 1600 A: The English and French grew tobacco there. 2. Although tobacco was a New World plant long used by Amerindians, A: tobacco use became enormously popular in Europe. 3. In order to make tobacco trade profitable, European governments used chartered companies, A: private investors with trade monopolies in colonies. 4. Which of the following does not describe the Dutch West India Company? A: It was never very profitable. 5. The expansion of sugar plantations in the West Indies required A: a sharp increase in the African slave trade. 6. The cultivation and production of sugar can best be described as
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