Chapter 1 Summary

Chapter 1 Summary - CHAPTER 1 SUMMARY (NEW WORLD...

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CHAPTER 1 SUMMARY (NEW WORLD ENCOUNTERS) § NATIVE AMERICANS § GLOBAL WARMING – ALLOW NATIVE AMERICANS TO ENTER HEART OF NORTH AMERICA § AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION CHANGED EARLY NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURES – MORE CONTROL OVER ENVIRONMENT § MEXICO/AZTEC/INCAS/MAYAN/TOLTEC –MOST ADVANCED CULTURES § EASTERN WOODLAND CULTURES – NATIVE AMERICAN SOCIETIES INHABITING THE EASTERN UNITED STATES (ALGONQUAN CAME IN CONTACT WITH EARLY ENGLISH SETTLERS) § TRIBES OF EASTERN NORTH AMERICA DEFINED THEIR PLACE IN SOCIETY THROUGH KINSHIP § TRADE DETERMINED RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EUROPEANS AND NATIVE AMERICANS § GREATEST FACTOR THAT DESTROYED TRIBES WAS DISEASE § COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE – ONGOING TRANSATLANTIC EXCHANGE OF GOODS, PEOPLES, IDEAS § HISTORY OF SLAVE TRADE § AFRICA – MANY CULTURES, LANGUAGES AND POLITICAL SYSTEMS § MUSLIMS TRADERS CAME FOR GOLD AND SLAVES AND TO CONVERT AFRICANS – SOME SUCCESS IN MAKING CONVERTS
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This note was uploaded on 09/03/2008 for the course HIST 1301 taught by Professor Purcell during the Summer '08 term at Austin CC.

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