IndPeoples,Europeans,Africansrevised

IndPeoples,Europeans,Africansrevised - 1st Period:...

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HST554 1 st Period: 1607---1760 Crisis 1740--1760 The Religious, The Greedy, and the Unwilling Englishmen and Africans
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Indigenous Peoples, Europeans, Africans Immigration and Migration Until the Revolutionary Period
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Indigenous Peoples Themselves immigrants, though at first to a continent empty of other human beings, arriving about 20,000 BCE Clear patterns of migration or immigration within North America before arrival of Europeans, often disrupting other cultural groups
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Bering Strait Land Bridge Theory for arrival of Asian groups in the Western Hemisphere : Arrival less than 20,000 years ago.
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Four examples of pre Colombian Migration Movement north and west of Inca cultural group in South America Arrival and eventual dominance of Aztec group in Central America Arrival of and disappearance of Anasazi Civilization in Southwest Arrival of Navajo and Apache tribes in Southwest just before European arrival
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Heart of the Inca Civiliza tion: Machu Picchu
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Expansion of the Inca Empire, 1438 to 1525 The darkest area, near Cuzco in Peru, was the original seat of the Empire, the yellow areas south and west were added between 1463 and 1493, and the orange in the last conquests, 1493 to 1525.
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2009 for the course HIST 325 taught by Professor Gratt during the Fall '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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