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STUDY GUIDE SPRING 2007 MIDTERM LECTURE 1) Cortez- 2) Moctezuma II- 3) Xipe Totec- 4) New World People and Bible 5) Demographic change in the New World- 6) Hispaniola 7) “History Detectives” - Ulysses S. Grant- - Thomas Nest- - Morristown NJ- - Identifying what is real from a fake- - Napa- - New Jersey coast figurine- - 1949 Atlantic City- - Pop Lloyd- - Farley- 8) Copernicus- 9) Bruno - 10) Bacon- 11) Brahe- 12) Galileo- 13) Newton- 14) The Turk- 15) Ephrata Cloisters- 16) Dunkers- 17) Conrad Biessel- 18) Excavation Findings at Ephrata- 19) Geneva Convention- 20) Salem Witch Trials- 21) Ergot- 22) Hawthorn- 23) “Spin” - President’s and approval ratings- - Media and hiring practices- - How did candidates create news?- - Media Interception- - Role of the Media- - Department of Defense- 24) New Amsterdam- 25) Dutch and British Attitude Toward Slavery- 26) What percentage of households had at least one individual identified as a slave?- 1
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27) Early Rational for Slavery- 28) New Rational for Slavery- 29) Five Points, NYC- 30) Straight Pins- 31) “Slave Island” - Building of NYC- - Heart symbol- - Parties involved in the war of 1664- - How did the Dutch versus the British treat slavery? -
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