HISTORY 240 – LECTURE 11-28-07

HISTORY 240 – LECTURE 11-28-07 - HISTORY 240 LECTURE...

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HISTORY 240 – LECTURE 11/28/07 FROM NATION-STATE TO GLOBAL COMMONWEALTH Geography/Place CA as a place All human beings live somewhere Depending where shapes destiny Island on the land Tectonic plates thrusting together Seismic volatility – ring of fire Fault lines in CA Effects on society Four geographic landscapes o desert o Long coastline o Mountains o valley Many different state opportunities Central valley – 340 miles Ports (san diego, LA, Monterey, SF (took them so long to find and discover), humbolt) What kind of culture they determined? …. .Spain and Mexico o Footprint – where spain and mexico settled is where the new settlers settled Nature, technology, and science Gold rush – beginning of American CA Environmental havoc that the gold rush created Nature was an overriding metaphor – range, diversity Technology applied to nature to create economy Nature developed by environmentalists Science…Freedmont came to map CA
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2008 for the course HIST 240g taught by Professor Starr during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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HISTORY 240 – LECTURE 11-28-07 - HISTORY 240 LECTURE...

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