Alien Encounters: Europe in the Americas chapter overview columbus’s Great Triumph—and ErrorAlien Encounters: Europe in the Americas chapter overview columbus’s Great Triumph—and Error
The ship’s master, Christopher Columbus, went ashore bearing the flag of Spain and named the land San Salvador. Columbus did not know it, but he had landed on islands off the coast of two continents
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European Expansion and the Consequences of EmpireEuropean Expansion and the Consequences of Empire
European Expansion and Imperialism. In particular, we’re going to ask what motivated outward expansion, and what things made it possible
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Chapter 11 Reading Guide: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion Chapter SummaryChapter 11 Reading Guide: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion Chapter Summary
Indians, but the American societies did not possess a common identity. The great diversity of cultures requires concentration upon a few major civilizations, the great imperial states of Mesoamerica
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McKay Supplement Notes Chapter 15- the Age of Religious Wars and European ExpansionMcKay Supplement Notes Chapter 15- the Age of Religious Wars and European Expansion
The SpanishFrench wars ended in 1559 with a Spanish victory, leading to a variety of European wars centering on religious and national issues
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Unit 3: Section 1 DocumentsUnit 3: Section 1 Documents
When you think of exploring new territory, what comes to mind? Hacking through wild bush with a machete? Sailing into the unknown on large ships? Blasting off in a rocket into space?
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1. Anthropologists agree that biological race is1. Anthropologists agree that biological race is
Gerald Murray, the director of the Haitian Agroforestry Project, discovered that
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Guide TopicsGuide Topics
Columbian Exchange, Moctezuma, Mexico City, colony, encomienda, log, missionary, conquistador, Bartolome de Las Casa, Magellan, Amerigo Vespucci, de Vaca, de Balboa, Pizarro
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Chapter 16 Study Guide What was the purpose of the Iroquois League?Chapter 16 Study Guide What was the purpose of the Iroquois League?
Describe how conquered people were treated by the Aztecs. What problems did conquered people have with their treatment?
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Mrs. Zoraida Velez Mrs. Teresa CunninghamMrs. Zoraida Velez Mrs. Teresa Cunningham
You can also examine our school web pages for more information about the course. Please feel free to send either of us an email during the summer if you have any questions
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Explain how the Ming Dynasty influenced world trade. The Ming Dynasty was the first and only Chinese dynasty interested in exploration and trade with the world
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