Prompt: Analyze changes and continuities in long-distance migrations in the period from 1700 to 1900. Be sure to include specific examples from at least TWO different world regions. The first migrations to the Americans were by cattle.
The North had more slaves than the South. The South had a successful slave revolt. Trains in Russia caused the serfs to run faster.
Teepees were mobile homes for Indians.
Bantus migrated to California for the movie industry.
Main technology that remained the same in migrations was shoes. Butterfly migration
Chinese migrated to escape the weather.
Migration is when a group of girls go to the bathroom together. There is no significant evidence and analysis of immigration to Antarctica. Think about it. Would you rather ride a camel or walk on hot sand? Land migration took longer because animals had to have restroom breaks. The Bantus always had nourishment and body parts to use for economic reasons. Stalin also put outrageous quotas on goods and if the quotas weren’t met, he cut off the limbs of your child. People came to America by cattle.
Bantus migrated to Hawaii, where they brought new products.
Adventures of penguins migrating from Antarctica.
European pheasants migrated to America
Ancient Egyptians migrated to South Africa every summer.
When a Chinese person arrives in Egypt, the Chinese norms will be adopted by the Egyptians. When the invention of the train exploded, people were spread all over the world. The Vikings were Jewish. They became Christian when they invaded Europe. Australia was a pit stop for traders.
If it wasn’t for the slave trade, President Obama wouldn’t exist and without expansion, Hawaii wouldn’t be a state, so Obama couldn’t be President. What’s so special about 1700 to 1900? Nothing.
This should be enough.
The Amish converted to Muslim and had to leave Amish territory. Jews would run from Germany to America. The Jews who came included Isaac Newton, who helped the U.S. invent the...
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