History 105 Notes 8-29

History 105 Notes 8-29 - Office Hours 12:30 1:30 MWF...

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Unformatted text preview: Office Hours 12:30 1:30 MWF History Building Office 002 Tenochtitlan city larger than London or Paris, 150-200 thousand living, built in a lake Cahokia Anasazi, drought period ruined them. Chaco Canyon - Eurocentric European point of view Reconquista Christian expulsion of Muslim governing elements in Spain. This was achieved in 1492 with the cost of Southern Spain, which had flourished due to contacts in the Muslim world. Columbian Exchange First contact between natives and Europeans and Africans Atlantic World Refers and tries to draw the attention of people thinking about our history to the fact that you cant look at isolation to the pilgrims in Massachusetts or the English in Jamestown or the Spanish in St. Augustine. Nothing can be looked at in isolation. There was a process of mediation between all cultures even across the Atlantic. There was a blending of cultures, mediation between all cultures even across the Atlantic....
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2008 for the course HIST 105 taught by Professor Hatfield during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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History 105 Notes 8-29 - Office Hours 12:30 1:30 MWF...

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