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Asian Transitions in an Age of Global Change

Asian Transitions in an Age of Global Change

Asian Transitions in an Age of Global Change. Chapter 22 Early Modern Era 1450-1750. European exploration from the 14 th century forward wanted to find an all-water route to the wealthy civilizations of Asia. Portuguese.

By Patman
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THE COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE: Tutorial

THE COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE: Tutorial

THE COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE: Tutorial. Please use the mouse to click through the slide show. Use the arrows to go back and forth between slides.

By Gabriel
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What geographic area do these names sound like they are from?

What geographic area do these names sound like they are from?

Using info from your FC and other information we’ve learned, rank the following occurrences from 1-6, 1 being the most essential to exploration. What geographic area do these names sound like they are from?. Pg 79 (FC went on 78).

By Jims
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The Columbian Exchange Name:______________

The Columbian Exchange Name:______________

The Columbian Exchange Name:______________. ____1. Read “ The Columbian Exchange” and Divide into sections and Attack the Article (5 Points) ____ 2. Read and Complete Activities for “Christopher Columbus and the New World” (10 points)

By johana
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European Exploration AKS 39 Analyze the impact of the age of discovery and expansion into the Americas, Africa, and Asia

European Exploration AKS 39 Analyze the impact of the age of discovery and expansion into the Americas, Africa, and Asia

European Exploration AKS 39 Analyze the impact of the age of discovery and expansion into the Americas, Africa, and Asia AKS 39a – Explain the roles of explorers and conquistadors. What were Bartolomeu Dias’ three goals for exploration? (p. 530) a. To serve God and His Majesty

By connley
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The Age of Early European Explorations & Conquests

The Age of Early European Explorations & Conquests

The Age of Early European Explorations & Conquests. A Map of the Known World, pre- 1492. Motives for European Exploration. Crusades  by-pass intermediaries to get to Asia. Renaissance  curiosity about other lands and peoples. Reformation  refugees & missionaries.

By ira
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Exploring the Americas

Exploring the Americas

Exploring the Americas. 1400 - 1625. 8.H.2 North America, originally inhabited by American Indians, was explored and colonized by Europeans for economic and religious reasons. Terms Circumnavigate – to sail around the world

By zaria
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Mitten – CSHS AMAZ Hist. – Semester 1

Mitten – CSHS AMAZ Hist. – Semester 1

Three Worlds Meet Chapter 1 European Societies Around 1492 – Sect. 3 Transatlantic Encounters – Sect. 5. Mitten – CSHS AMAZ Hist. – Semester 1. European Societies - 1492. The European Social Order Communities are organized according to social hierarchy or rank

By tauret
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Kelsie Andrews, Jacqueline Gertner, and Christine Brickle

Kelsie Andrews, Jacqueline Gertner, and Christine Brickle

The Social and Economic Transformation in the Atlantic World as a Result of New Contacts Among Western Europe, Africa, and the Americas from 1492 to 1750. Kelsie Andrews, Jacqueline Gertner, and Christine Brickle. The Columbian Exchange.

By minty
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PERIOD 1 1491-1607

PERIOD 1 1491-1607

APUS. PERIOD 1 1491-1607. Pre Columbian Native Life European Interactions (Columbian Exchange) Consequences of European Contact (Columbian Exchange). Key Concept 1.1:.

By willis
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The Columbian Exchange

The Columbian Exchange

The Columbian Exchange. Unit 7 Notes. What was the Columbian Exchange?. The explorers created contact between Europe & the Americas. Interaction with Native Americans led to big cultural changes. Exchange of physical elements: animals, plants, diseases, weapons, etc. Animals.

By ivan
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ANCIENT LATIN AMERICA

ANCIENT LATIN AMERICA

ANCIENT LATIN AMERICA. CIVILIZATIONS. THE MAYA- LOCATION. Territory covered what is now: Southeast Mexico Honduras Guatemala El Salvador Belize *Built among dense jungles. THE MAYA- ACHIEVEMENTS. Math concept of zero Astronomy 365 day calendar based on the sun’s movement

By yon
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1. Why did Columbus set sail? 	 2. What were the main motivations for exploration? 3. What were most Native Americans k

1. Why did Columbus set sail? 2. What were the main motivations for exploration? 3. What were most Native Americans k

1. Why did Columbus set sail? 2. What were the main motivations for exploration? 3. What were most Native Americans killed by? 4. What was the Columbian Exchange? What effect did it have in America and Europe?. Caribbean Review. 1. Why did Columbus set sail?

By sandra_john
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Catch Phrase Review Unit 4

Catch Phrase Review Unit 4

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Catch Phrase Review Unit 4. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. Question 1. absolutism; India, religious tolerance. Answer. Answer 1. Akbar the Great. Question 2.

By eros
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Trade Across Continents 2.1

Trade Across Continents 2.1

Trade Across Continents 2.1. Trade Across Continents. Spanish settlers Grew cash crops: sugarcane, tobacco, coffee, and citrus fruits Used natives as work force, many died when exposed to European and African diseases( small pox, measles, and malaria )

By herne
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CHAPTER 6 SECTION 1: EXPLORATION AND EXPANSION

CHAPTER 6 SECTION 1: EXPLORATION AND EXPANSION

CHAPTER 6 SECTION 1: EXPLORATION AND EXPANSION. 2. Identify the 3 motives for European exploration. 1. God 2. Glory 3. Gold. 3. Define. 1. Conquistador – Spanish conquerors of the Americas

By vangie
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The Age of Exploration

The Age of Exploration

The Age of Exploration. Causes of Exploration. Renaissance ideas of humanism and intellectual progress God: Reformation and Counter-Reformation create desires to convert people to religions Gold: Desire for Luxury Goods and Wealth Glory: Stood to become famous (and rich!) off of exploration

By blake
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Welcome to A.P. World History

Welcome to A.P. World History

Welcome to A.P. World History. Course Description. In A.P. World History we will e xplore key themes of world history, including interaction with the environment, cultures, state-building, economic systems, and social structures, from approximately 8000 B.C.E. to the present . The A.P. Exam.

By fausto
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European Exploration

European Exploration

European Exploration. Part 2. Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. The Slave Trade. Existed in Africa before the coming of the Europeans. Portuguese replaced European slaves with Africans. Sugar cane & sugar plantations. First boatload of African slaves brought by the Spanish in 1518.

By jewel
(111 views)

New World Beginnings

New World Beginnings

New World Beginnings. 33,000 B.C.E. – 1769 C.E. Bering Strait Land Bridge. Migration Patterns of Indians. Ancient American Civilizations. Aztecs. Incas. Mayans. Ancient American Civilizations. Pueblos. Three-Sister Farming. Norstead Viking Village. Crusades.

By vicky
(111 views)

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