21HIST2055

21HIST2055 - Exploration begins A Events that make it...

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I. Exploration begins A. Events that make it possible B. Spain explores and colonizes II. Columbian Exchange A. Plants B. Animals C. Disease III. Indians A. Diversity B. North American Indians IV. Indian and European Interaction A. Differences and similarities DIFFERENCES -Indian men seen as lazy (hunting done by the rich and idle) -Indian women did all the hard work -Indians didn’t believe in possession of land rather permission of use - Indians take what they need rather than stockpile more than they can consume -in English culture natural resources were a commodity -Eastern Woodland Indians saw human beings as a part of nature ( to survive you need natural resources but you need to ensure there are some left for the future) SIMILARITIES -from small villages and small humble dwellings -farming practices were similar - both groups familiar with war (frequent war w/ torture practices) -even an “exchange” of torture techniques (English and Eastern European Woodland Indians B. Balance of power
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2009 for the course HIST 2055 taught by Professor Sheehan during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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