Enlightenment thought led some rulers to advocate such natural rights as equality
before the law and freedom of religion.
• The American colonies formed a new nation and ratified the Constitution of the
The Impact Today
The events that occurred during this time period still impact...
g 1. Carib Studies Module 1 Notes This is a relatively brief compilation of Caribbean Studies notes for CAPE from no less than 5 separate sources. I was feeling quite awesome today.
2. LOCATING THE CARIBBEAN
3. Expected Learning Outcomes1. Locate and define the...
This chapter begins with the unearthing of fossilized bones in Folsom, New Mexico, in the early twentieth century, an archaeological discovery that proved humans had inhabited America for more than ten thousand years, at a time when most experts assumed that humans had lived...
New York State
Common Core K‐8 Social Studies Framework
Social Studies Education in the 21st Century: Rationale
In the interconnected world of the 21st century, it is necessary to revise the New York State Resource Guide
with Social Studies Core Curriculum to ensure that teac...
learning, or a Renaissance. Why did this occur, and how did it change the European view of humanity and the world? 7. How was Prince Henry the Navigator an example of a Renaissance humanist? 8. Discuss the salient features of West African societies and how a slave trade within Africa developed, setting the...
Revolution occurred first in
The middle east
40. Which of the following is not a feature of Sumerian Civilization?
A simplified alphabet of 22 letters
42. Jewish monotheism..
- emphasized the power and abstraction of God
43. the development of writing..
- helps explain why government could become...
Steven W. Hirsch / Lyman L. Johnson / David Northrup
Appalachian State University
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Part I: Textbook
Chapter I: New World Beginnings
Christopher Columbus: Christopher Columbus was the founder of the “Americas” and brought new land to Europe’s attention. He was an explorer, colonizer and navigator. He inspired the exploration of other lands throughout the Atlantic Ocean...
in a process where everything is a product for the market The current capitalist international system exhibits qualities of political anarchy (no central political authority) and economic hierarchy based on the ways in which dominant classes/states (“the core”) organize the system to serve their interests...
Chapter #1- New World Beginnings, 33,000 BC- AD 1769
1)What was Native American society like before European contact? What similarities and differences existed
Before European contact the Native Americans believed in polytheism rather than monotheism grew corn on a farm instead of hunting, the...
fleets carrying cargoes of gold and silver from the mines of Mexico and Peru traversed the Atlantic to enrich the Spanish crown.
-What were the chief features of the Spanish empire in America?
The Spanish took the lead in exploration and conquest in the New World. Inspired by a search for wealth,...
first established the colony was a particular variety of British English--the so-called founder's effect; 2) this may have mixed with some non-English language in the colony--the so-called substrate effect; 3) there may have been further mixing with other English dialects in the colony--the leveling effect...
inhabited the colonies were all fromEngland both Chesapeake and NewEngland areas managed to find their own unique regions where people with similar beliefs and social lifestyle came to follow. The make-up of their political systems also helped to set apart Chesapeake and NewEngland as separate and...
2. Complete the study guides – New World Beginnings and Planting of English America. a. Answers can be found in history books at the library or book store. There is no need to go out and buy the textbook. Answers obtained from the internet (Wikipedia) will not be accepted. b...
written in ink (not typed).
Chapter One: New World Beginnings
1. What was Native American society like before European contact? What similarities and differences existed?
2. What factors led to Europe’s increased exploration and to the discovery of the New World?
3. What was the role of conquistadores...
animal instead. It became a demonstration that the God of the Jews detests human sacrifice, but that he also asks us for obedience to His commands.
2. Describe the covenant with the Patriarchs, including the promises of a People and a Land.
The covenant began with Abraham preforming the covenant sealing...
European/African Migration (who came, when arrived, reasons for migrating, where settled)
• Great Exchange (including Triangle Trade, Middle Passage)
• Early English Colonies (settlement, religion, government, economy)
• Early technology in transportation and communication
should promote tolerance, and that
progress for everyone would come
____ was the "new scientist"
whose work laid the foundation for
Sir Isaac Newton's Law of
The _____ argued that nature...
development of agriculture caused what important changes?
• Population increase – new food source could support more people
• Could settle in one spot – focus on economic, political, religious goals
• New animals domesticated – pigs, sheep, goats, cattle
• Development of tools