Chapter 15 Chart Ap World History

Topics: Native Americans in the United States, Trade, Asia Pages: 2 (393 words) Published: January 9, 2013
COUNTRY| GOALS| KEY LOCATIONS| GOODS TRADED| CHALLENGES| SUCCESSES| RESULTS| Portugal| Aimed to control commerce by force of arms rather economic competition. | Indian Ocean Commerce| spices| Goods were crude and unattractive in Asian markets. | Military advantage enabled the Portuguese to establish fortified bases in the Indian Ocean world.| Created “trading post empire”. They became heavily involved in carrying Asian ports, selling their shipping services because they were unable to sell their goods.| Britain(England)| Heavily focused on cotton trade since they were excluded from the Spice Islands.| Focused on trading with India.| Focused on cotton trade. Later in bulk trade: pepper, textile, tea, and coffee. Fur| French arrived and clashed with the British. They could not over throw the Mughal empire so the traded peacefully. | Became heavily involved in trade within Asia.| Profits from trade enabled them to purchase Asian goods without paying with gold/silver from Europe. Began to deal with bulk goods for mass market.| Netherlands(Dutch)| Focused on the trade and production of certain goods.| Focused on trading with Indonesia| Cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, and mace. Fur| Constant competition with other countries in the trade of fur| Became heavily involved in trade within Asia.| Many native American died from European disease in the trade of fur. Began to deal with bulk trade for mass market rather than just elite goods. Profits from Indonesia made them able to purchase Asian goods without gold/silver from Europe.| France| Used Native Americans to do the hunting and trapping of animals| Much of | Fur| Constant competition with other countries in the trade of fur| | | Spain| They realized they needed to catch up in the race to access the reach the riches of the east| Gained control of Philippines| Silver| As silver started to circulate its value started to decrase.| Silver brought power and wealth to Spain.| Spain used...
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