These companies provided a new outlook to the central value system of capitalism and the expectation to discover gold in the Americas. In 1607, Jamestown, the first English colony in the New World was founded. That is, they were the first to thrive and prosper in the act of colonization. Mostly, these settlers hoped to find gold, silver, a northwest passage to Asia, or any other valuables they might take back to Europe and make a profit. In 1620, the
Thus Creating the biggest power in Europe, both economically and militarily, and arguably becoming the world’s ﬁrst superpower. Therefore it must be deduced what was the most important of these changes in developing the monarch’s reputations, in order to conclude the short term signiﬁcance of the conquest of Granada. There is a strong argument that due to social change; the greatest short term signiﬁcance was the changes to Spain’s relationships with nearby powers. This is supported by schemes to teach seminaries Arabic and the creation of hospitals, both of which were used to persuade the conversion of Muslims after 1491. This respectful nature is somewhat communicated through The Capitulations of Granada, where the terms of surrender agree that “Moors shall be judged in their own laws” and that “Christian slaughterhouses would be separate from Muslim ones”.
AP US History Ch 27-28 The American Pageant Test Study Guide Consider the 5 Ws when thinking about history: Who, What, When, Where, & Why/How is it important? Ch 27 The Path to Empire, 1890-1899 Reverend Josiah Strong’s book Our Century: Its Possible Future & Its Possible Crisis advocated American expansion – to spread American religion & values By 1890s, the USA was bursting w/ a new sense of power b/c of – the increasing population, wealth, & industrial production A major factor in the shift in US foreign policy toward imperialism in late 19th century was – need for overseas markets for increased industrial & agricultural production Clash b/t Germany & the USA over the Samoan Islands eventually resulted
7. The motives behind European exploration were to find large supplies of gold, silver, and jewels. 8.Europeans owed some of their sailing technology to people because we invented navigation. Section 2 Assesment 1.Kangxi was the first Emperor and ruled for 60 years. -Qing Dynasty was a Chinese name for dynasty that ruled for 260 years.
Historical Period 2: 1607-1754 “In a Nutshell” Pageant: Chapters 2-3 AMSCO: Chapters 2-3 Assessment Weight = 45% Period 2: 1607-1754 Europeans and American Indians maneuvered and fought for dominance, control, and security in North America, and distinctive colonial and native societies emerged. Essential Questions: What factors led to the creation and development of distinct Spanish, French, and Dutch colonial regions in North America? How did relations between Spanish, French, and Dutch colonists and Native Americans evolve over time? What factors led to the creation and development of distinct colonial regions in British North America? How and why did slavery develop in British colonies?
Mirabai - One of India's most beloved Bhakti poets (1498-1547), she helped break down the barriers of caste and tradition. SIr Issac Newton - English natural scientist (1643-1727) whose formation of the laws of motion and mechanics is regarded s the culmination of the Scientific Revolution. Protestant Reformation - Massive schism within Christianity that had its formal beginning in 1517 with the German priest Martin Luther; while the leaders of the movement claimed that they sought to "reform" a Church that had fallen from biblical practice, in reality the movement was radically innovative in its challenge to Church authority and its endorsement of salvation "by faith alone." Sikhism - Religious tradition of northern India founded by Guru Nanak Ca. 1500; combines elements of Hinduism and Islam and proclaims the brotherhood of all humans and the equality of men and women.
a) DEJANIERA: Protestant Reformation b) Glorious Revolution c) ANGIE: Scientific Revolution d) Enlightenment e) NATALIA: Discovery of the Americas f) The Crusades g) SHANNA: The Black Death h) French Revolution i) BRANDON: Rise of Kingdom of Mali Describe the historical circumstances surrounding the turning point. Explain how the turning point changed the course of history. 6. Theme: Rules, Laws & Treaties Rules, laws, and treaties are established by societies in response to problems. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) KYLE R: Edict of Nantes Act of Supremacy ASHLEY: Peace of Augsburg Peace of Westphalia Toleration Act of 1689 Laws of the Indies Medieval “Peace of God” Establishment of Benedictine Monastic
In addition to this, they brought new crops which allowed a European diet to diffuse through the lands. Culturally, the Columbian exchange mixed and match European cultures with American to create new societies. For example, European diet was implemented throughout the lands. The Columbian Exchange involved interaction between the Americas and the Afro-Eurasian regions. 3) Peninsulares Peninsulares involved early individuals that were from Spain but then traveled and placed a living in America around the 1500s.
After making this agreement, Spain and Portugal increased their voyages of exploration in search of wealth,power,and glory. (10) 3 European goals for exploration [pic] The three goals of the European Explorations were: 1) they wanted to spread Christianity through missionaries in the Americas. 2) They wanted to expand their empires. 3) They wanted to become rich by increasing their wealth. European nation would increase in power and security.
The main attraction that prompted England to begin colonizing North America in the early seventeenth century was the promise of gold, combined with a strong desire to find a passage through America to the Indies . Ch. 2 2. Discuss the conflicts with Native Americans in the early history of England ’s southern colonies. Include cause and results and provide specific examples.