• Dr. Jimenez
    – finally, they’ve been behind everyone for 8000 years 1. Italy, Spain, Portugal took leadership role 2. Americas couldn’t respond to European invasions C. Key question – why did different civilizations react differently? 1. This could be a key question – notice the word differences a...
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  • Jnsef
    overpopulation in Europe caused them to search for new land to farm on and when they found the new world they built new land there. The religious reasons came from the Europeans wanting to spread their religion and also build a new church in the new world. 3) What was the impact on the Native...
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  • Lewis and Clark
    Indians of the expansion was not good. Their land they had occupied for years was taken over. Many Indians became ill and died because the Europeans brought diseases with them. Although the expedition had many good impacts, the fact that Indians were thrown off their land, after they befriended their...
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  • Use of Labor Systems 1750-1914
    . Eventually this leads to African slave labor. Europeans sought economic gain and social mobility. Latin America became part of the world economy as a dependent region. Thus, the use of labor systems in Latin America from the 1750-1914 was a process with tremendous impact on the people and on the...
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  • 1450-1750
    . Russia becomes a major power in world affairs. EXPLORATION AND COLONIZATION OF THE AMERICAS Upon the arrival of Europeans, the Americas had millions of inhabitants. Some were advanced and some were primitive. The Aztecs and Incas had unified large segments of land and people under their control...
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  • Test Review Ch.1-4
    America's human history? (pg. 5-6) ______________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________. What was the approximate population of the two continents in the Americas when the Europeans arrived in...
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  • Ap Us History Outline
    tensions in North America as both French and British imperial officials and colonists sought to extend each country's sphere of influence in frontier regions. Major people/heroes (and what they did): William Johnson- He was one of the most successful negotiators with the Native Americans. Later he...
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  • Hist 4C Midterm
    /resources, ethnocentrism, nationalism, and religious subjugation. The central reason for Imperialism is the exploration for markets and profits from cheap labor/resources. The original reason the European countries discovered other lands was because the Ottoman Empire blocked the Spice Roads; the...
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  • Postclassical World History
    expense of the land-based empires of Asia and the declining empires in the Americas. This time era covers European maritime empire building. 1. Changes in trade, technology, and global interactions European Exploration * Before late 15th century was limited to land * Introduction of...
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  • Era of Discovery
    Era of Discovery and Exploration Chapter 1   I. How did humans arrive in North America? A. 12,000-15,000 years ago B. Humans crossed the Bering Strait over land bridge to enter North America   II. What was the state of native civilizations prior to and at the time of European discovery...
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  • European nations settle north america
    America. Native Americans Respond Mexico and South America, the arrival of Europeans in the present-day United States had a great impact on the Native Americans. European colonization brought disaster for lands’ original inhabitants. A Strained Relationship French and Dutch settlers developed a...
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  • Immigration in America “What Is American?”
    sea levels had exposed and submerged the land bridge in several periods. Luckily these people had already started migrating into North America before Beringia was submerged and so starts our story of America. The Native Americans were agricultural people who hunted for their food and only fought...
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  • Ap Quiz
    . ______ 7) As part of the "Colombian Exchange," which of the following was a European contribution to the Americas? A) Corn B) Raw materials C) Potatoes D) Bullion E) Horses ______ 8) Which of the following was NOT a crop imported into Europe as a result of the "Colombian Exchange"? A) Millet...
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  • The Genesis of Modernity
    democracy was not evident at the time, however, we are referring to the origins of the modern world, and thus we can see a faint glimmer of what was then to become a massive democratic movement throughout the Americas. These European colonizers had achieved to introduce capitalism into these native...
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  • Apush Notes Chapters 1-6
    economic impulse for colonization. 3. This was before Columbus. 4. Europeans who crossed the ocean were not expecting work because the wealthy back then had to do little physical labor. 5. The discovery of the Americas gave many opportunities to people. III. Spain, Columbus, and the...
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  • Change Analysis Chart Postclassical (600-1450 C.E.)
    techniques. As people migrated to new lands they affected those lands just as they did to the ones they migrated from. They brought their own traditions and affected the land with them. | State Systems What about the Americas at the beginning of the period? What other continuities were there? What other...
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  • gLOBALIZATION
    profits were made in the slave trade as well as from sugar and tobacco agriculture and it helped fund the industrial revolution What was the impact the slave trade had on Africa and Americas? In Africa, families were torn apart and some never reunited and most of the young and able generation...
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  • Cross Cultural Encounter: the Europeans Influence in Africa
    -European lands and peoples. Against this background, begins the European discovery, exploration and expansion into Africa, Asia, the Americas and the Pacific basin. In accordance with this exploration, I will consider the impact of Europe aggression on a portion of the globe and how it changed...
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  • Chapter 16 Outline
    century – 23% of English colonies slave C. North America and Western Civilization 1. To what extent was European culture reproduced in America? a. Family patterns similar, but… 1. Married younger, larger families < more land (cause) 2. Focus on nuclear family 3. Child...
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  • European Settlement of North America
    Theory The Colonial Peoples There were people Europeans called Indians living in all the Americas when the first Europeans arrived. In North America they grew corn, potatoes, and tobacco--all of which became important crops for Europeans who migrated to America. The fur trade was also important in...
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