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From: J SOTO Los Angeles City College Winter 2015 HISTORY 011 (section 3015) History 11 Exam 1 Study Guide 1. The Columbian Exchange involved the Trans-Atlantic flow of resources 2. Between 1492 and 1820, 7.7 million were African slaves 3. The "reconquista" was the reconquest of Spain from the Moors 4. The Spanish crown government was made up of Lawyers, and bureaucrats 5. Spain justified claims to land in the "New World" by violence, missionary purpose, support by the Pope, and a view that that Indians and aborigines were inferior 6. The Black legend viewed Spain as brutal 7. English view of freedom was defined in terms of land 8. England intended to strike a blow against Spain by colonizing America through trade, empire-building, and national glory 9. Magna Carta of 1215 defended little the aspects of religious freedoms but primarily embodied habeas corpus, trial by jury, and the right to confront ones accuser. 10. After the English Civil War of the 1640's, England believed it was the worlds guardian of liberty 11. Indentured servants could be sold and bought 12. The English were chiefly interested in displacing and eradicating the Indians from their land 13. The marriage between John Rolfe and Pocahontas symbolized harmony between English and Indians 14.