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  • 17-18 A+16 A-14-15 B13 C11-12 D0-10 F

  • Happy New Year!!

    Week Seventeen (January 4-8)Day 1- Quiz Chapter 17 and prepare discussion questions ---

    Day 2-Read HR 118-128 (GRAPES-Spain in North America, Spain in South America, Brazil, French N America, English N America)

  • Week Eighteen (January 10-14)Day 1- Chapter 18 quiz and prepare discussion questionsDay 2- DBQWeek Nineteen (January 18- 21Day 1- Chapter 19 quiz and prepare discussion questionsDay 2- DBQWeek Twenty (January 24- January 27)Day 1- Chapter 20 quiz and prepare discussion questionsDay 2- Unit Exam Chapter 15-20

  • Chapter 15

  • Global Maritime Expansion Before 1450PolynesianMadagascarArabDhow Chinese MingZheng He Vikings

  • European ExpansionIberian kingdomsWanted to access trade with Asia Used to warfare PortuguesePrince HenryNew technologies African Coast Private Commercial interests Bartolomeu Dias Vasco da GamaSpanishChristopher ColumbusTreaty of TordesillasFerdinand Magellan

  • Reaction to Europe Western AfricaLiked trading with Europe BeninKongoEastern AfricaSome fighting with Swahili states Christian EthiopiaPortuguese violently dominated most of the Indian ocean Mughals ignored them Ottomans tried to fight The AmericasArawakconquistadorsHernan CortesFrancisco Pizarro

  • Chap 16

  • Protestant ReformationGuttenberg Martin Lutherindulgencessalvation could be by faithbased on the BibleJohn CalvinPredestination Council of TrentJesuits Catholic Reformation. Wars of religion

  • SupernaturalWitch-hunts

    Superstition

  • The Scientific RevolutionGreeks and the RomansCopernicus GalileosuppressedIsaac NewtonsFrancis Bacon Rene Descartes

  • Early EnlightenmentGovernment, religion, economics, and education Reason, nature, happiness, progress, and liberty. Thomas Hobbs social contract John Locke natural rights .Voltaire Montesquieu separation of powers Rousseau secular Individuality

  • Changing Soc-Political Patterns IState Development absolutist rulersBourgeoisiealliances with commercial elitesCharlesSpainEnglandHenry VIIIEngland Civil War Oliver CromwellGlorious RevolutionWilliam and MaryBill of Rights

  • Changing Soc-Political Patterns IIFrance Estates GeneralLouis XIV ColbertVersailles Standing armies- navies English Royal Navy defeated Spains Catholic ArmadaFrance, Britain, Austria, and RussiaNetherlands

  • Economic Changes Bourgeoisiemanufacturing, finance, tradejoint-stock companies and stock exchangesAfrican slaves contributed greatly to Europe's economyNew World cropsSpainalliances with commercial elitesNetherlandsAmsterdam

  • Chapter 17

  • Spain and Portugal

  • The Columbian Exchange

    Diseases MaizePotatoes TobaccoPopulation Livestock Sugar

  • Political -Religious Authority held by European kings Council of the Indies Viceroys of New Spain and Peru held great power.Thwarted local economies and politics The Catholic Church transferring language, culture, and Christian beliefs. Bartolome de Las Casas- New Laws of 1542.Blended Christian beliefs own ritual.

  • Colonial EconomiesSilver mines of Peru and Mexico Sugar plantations of Brazil. Environmental effects Slaveryencomienda mita.Brazil- Sugar plantationAfrican Slaves Monopolized goods coming in and out

  • SocietySpanish immigrants Peninsular American-born descendants (creoles)castas mestizos MulattosZambos Natives Africans

  • Early English ExperimentsFailure.

  • The SouthThe Virginia Company Jamestown-Tobacco SlavesCarolinas Slave-labor Rice and indigo.

  • New EnglandThe Pilgrims, Plymouth Colony in 1620PuritansMassachusetts Bay Commerce and shippingBoston

  • The Middle Atlantic RegionDutch New Netherlands English take over New YorkCommercial and shipping centerPennsylvania QuakersGrain-exporting Philadelphia

  • French AmericaMissionary work- Jesuitsfur trade LouisianaCanada to the English

  • ExpansionColonies became larger and wealthierEuropeans tried to tighten controlAmerican born Europeans wanted more independenceSlave and Native uprisings Wars for independence

  • How did European market demand for natural resources and forest products affect the relationship of Amerindian peoples with each other and with their environment?

  • What were the demographic effects of the Columbian exchange?

  • How and why did the colonial administrations of Spanish and Portuguese colonies differ from those established by the English colonies in North America?

  • What role did the environment play in the development of the economies of the New World colonies?

  • How many different forms of labor organization can you identify in the various New World colonies? What factors explain the development of different forms of labor organization and the transition from one form to another?

  • What factors explain the differences in social organization of the Spanish, Portuguese, French, and English colonies in the New World?

  • How To Read a Document (PPA)Plot summary- What is the basic subject matter, content, approx date, and place. What else was going on around the same time and place? Does this relate to something else.

    POV-Who produced itWho was the intended audienceWhat was the motivation in creating itDo you trust the document

    Analysis Does this document help to answer the question

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