• Cause & Effect of European Exploration
    Cause & Effect European Exploration Essay Throughout history, people have been curious about finding new land and exploring. Many different factors stirred interest in colonization and exploration for Europeans. During the 15th and 17th centuries Europe was changing rapidly and had its own reasons...
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  • HIstory
    -Christianity 2. MAIN IDEA: In two or three sentences describe how America before Columbus was affected by trade and commerce. 3. CRITICAL THINKING: Why DO YOU THINK other European nations lagged behind Portugal in overseas exploration? Support your reasons with details from the text. Think about:...
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  • Dbq on Exploration
    goods, and land. This was the goal of many European explorers. Up until this point, the Vikings had developed trade networks. Leif Eriksson, a son of a Viking, sailed from West Norway to Greenland when heavy winds blew his ship to the coast of North America. It was not until 300 years later, in the 1400s...
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  • Absolute Monarchs, Reformation, Exploration Chart
      | Renaissance | Reformation | Exploration | Absolute Monarchs | Renaissance | - Emphasis, causes, effects, specifics (Art: painting, sculpture, architecture, literature) Patrons | Gutenberg's printing press = Renaissance ideas spread... Religion = Art Pope wanted to make a new dome for sistine chapel...
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  • Columbian Exchange Cause and Effect
    exchange of diseases, crops, and ideas between the Americas, the New World, and European countries, the Old World after Christopher Columbus’s expedition to the Americas. The causes for the Columbian Exchange are pretty obvious things. The Europeans wanted to explore the world, in doing so, they found...
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  • Europe's Second Logistic
    EUROPE'S SECOND LOGISTIC Population and levels of living what sort of people these Europeans were, and what inspired that curious combination of adventurous spirit, pious sentiment, and brutal behavior that characterized the explorers and conqueror?. After a century of decline and stagnation Europe's...
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  • Yayayaya
    monumental architecture, arts, record keeping, legal codes, religious beliefs, long distance trade and literature. (Egypt, Mesopotamia, India, China, the Americas) Period 2: 600 B.C.E. to 600 C.E. Organization and Reorganization of Human Societies; Classical Civilizations ...
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  • History Report
    survival) 3. Encouraged the development of a variety of skills and talents (thought people should be well rounded in their knowledge) Cause and Effect: • Drastic drop in population (1/4 to 1/3 died due to famine and plague) • This reduction in population allowed peasants to successfully...
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  • European Exploration
    European ExplorationCauses and Effects Causes Desire for wealth and power. (Gold and Glory) European explorers hoped to find riches in distant countries and to discover a sea route to Asia. Search for spices (nutmeg, ginger, cloves, cinnamon, pepper, etc.) and luxury...
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  • The history of the world in 6 glasses
    drinking of wine. 5. How was Europe divided over beer and wine drinking? 6. What impact do the Greek and Roman cultures have on modern American and European cultures? This should be a longer summary response of 1-2 paragraphs, covering the material of the entire chapter. Chapter 5: High Spirits, High...
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  • New Directions - Exploration, Expansion, Society, and the Arts
    Directions – Exploration, Expansion, Society, and the Arts Chapters 15 & Palmer Study Guide Part I Identifying Key Terms Notable People * Prince Henry the Navigator: Prince Henry the Navigator of Portugal developed a school of merchant and sailor to prepare them for exploration. He supported...
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  • Latin America Study Guide
    Latin America Test Study Guide 1. Explorers for Spain and Portugal: a. Portuguese i. First to launch large-scale operations ii. Prince Henry supported explorations, established court—sent expeditions west to Atlantic islands, south to Western African coast—Portuguese...
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  • Foundations
    population changes resulting from human and environmental factors 2. Time - Periodization in early human history 1. Nature and causes of changes associated with the time span 2. Continuities and breaks within the time span 3. Diverse Interpretations ...
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  • Candy
    MOTIVES FOR EXPLORATION AND COLONIZATION | |Europeans improved the inventions of other countries: gunpowder | |The Renaissance: a rebirth in classical learning, artistic and |(Chinese), sailing compass (Chinese), shipbuilding...
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  • Hist 4C Midterm
    What do YOU see as its basic causes? Where did it go wrong? Where did it go right? Lasting impacts? Introduction Debt, taxes, ineffective leadership, failures of reforms, and conflict between the social classes caused the French Revolution, but the most basic cause was famine. In 1789, the Estates...
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  • History
    HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES Discovery of America Paleo-Indians the term "Paleo Indians" is generally used to refer to early Native Americans up through the end of the Ice Age (c.8000 B.C.). Most authorities believe they entered North America from Siberia as small bands of migratory big game...
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  • Apush
    The expansionist impulse of European monarchs in the latter fifteenth century was: A) Motivated by a desire to bypass Muslim merchants in trade with Asia and Africa. B) Temporarily subdued by the growth of Renaissance culture. C) Nourished by population decline and civil disorder...
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  • CCOT Essay Europe America Africa
    Europe became more centralized, and monarchs exercised more control over their subjects. Christopher Columbus’s voyage to America and his return truly began the new age of exploration for Europe. This New World discovery greatly altered the lives of Native Americans, forcing them to live with colonists...
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  • ch 12 us history
    Question 1.     In what ways did European empires in the Americas resemble their Russian, Chinese, Mughal, and Ottoman counterparts, and in what respects were they different? Do you find the similarities or the differences most striking? 2.     What enabled Europeans to carve out huge empires an ocean...
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  • A Sad Day for Verona
    speaking/ Identify the point of view of media presentations.   SOCIAL STUDIES US HISTORY Exploration and settlement, Colonial Period   TEKS(5.1) the student understands the causes and effects of European colonization in the United states beginning in 1565, the founding of St. Augustine
(5.1A)Explain...
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