US History Exam 1 Review - Exam I Review The Columbian Exchange The Trans-Atlantic flow of goods and people The European brought livestock horses wheat

US History Exam 1 Review - Exam I Review The Columbian...

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Exam I Review. The Columbian Exchange- The Trans-Atlantic flow of goods and people.The European brought livestock, horses, wheat, rice, Sugar cane and disease.The Indian population in Spanish AmericaNatives were enslaved to extract gold Span hypocritical, spreading Catholicism yet enslaving people for profitSpanish were brutal and exploitativeBlack Legend- Spanish were more oppressive towards natives than other Europeans provided justification for other European powers to stop it Adam SmithWrote The Wealth of NationsNorth American native society prior to European arrivalVery Diverse Used land for subsistenceHad their own political system, set of beliefs, hundreds of languagesThe people didn’t identify as a single unified people Identified as tribes villages, the chiefdom and confederacy Kinship – support and secure the well being of ones community “New France”The French were originally looking for the northwest passageAllowed natives to retain a degree of independence and allowed themselves to become attracted to the free life of the native They had children with the native women (metis) and did not try to suppress all of the Native’s traditional religious practicesTraded with the nativesSamuel de Champlain founded QuebecCoverture and Femme SoleCoverture- Attached to husband. The man had the basically owned the women. The become on entity after marriage, The husband exercised almost exclusive power and responsibility and rarely had to consult his wife to make decisions about property matter.

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