HIST2111SP-Week2A

HIST2111SP-Week2A - Pre-Columbian America And Early...

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Pre-Columbian America And Early Encounter
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TA Assignments Last Name TA Email Class ID 1. A- Co Jason Kirby [email protected] CM183431 2. Cu - Ha Megan Lane [email protected] CM310533 3. He - McC Kyle Osborn [email protected] CM803329 4. McD-Ru Megan Sparks [email protected] CM562135 5. S-Z Stephen Tully [email protected] CM728080
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What’s the Significance of the Atlantic World? Scholars realize that when people’s concept of the world shifted from that represented in the 15th century maps to one represented by post-exploration maps something happened: 1. Change in understanding of the world 2. Change in understanding of the races 3. Change in power alignment of European nations 4. New civilizations and cultures were created that were similar yet quite different from those in Europe and Africa 5. The lives of Native Americans were forever changed - every facet of their lives 6. America became a “strange new land” for Europeans, Indians and Africans
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Review The vast majority of Africans that came to America
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course HIST 2111 taught by Professor Winship during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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HIST2111SP-Week2A - Pre-Columbian America And Early...

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