07 - HIST 271 Many ways of communicating Known as an oral...

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HIST 271 14/02/2007 15:26:00 Many ways of communicating Known as an oral culture Also communicated through wampum and textiles Nuremburg Chronicle Europeans thought of people beyond the edge of the earth as monsters,  Columbus said different David Jones in  American Encounters  writes about the spread of disease Aztec drawing shows the idea that smallpox is transmitted through breath Mayan bloodletting – viewed as savagery by the Spanish, as they endure horrific  pain to read the blood that is spilled Massacre in the Temple, Tenochtitlan (Mexico City) Manuscript images (meant not to be printed) such as New France, 16 th  Century Hochelaga (Ramusio) Architecture of English expansion Castles, emulate to houses, rose gardens Beaver drawing – New France Came for trade rather than establishing societies (no women) John Derricke (Ireland)
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