HIST2111SP-Week3A - Possessing the New World TA Assignments...

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Possessing the New World
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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] CM821362 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 Prompted European Exploration? Which was not a reason for Columbus’ voyage to the New World and other European voyages of exploration later? A. Competition between European nations for dominance B. To discover a trade route to the East (Orient) C. To demonstrate that the world was round D. Discovery of gold in Mexico and Peru
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What Prompted European Exploration? Competition between European Nations Route to the East Treaty of Tordesillas (1494) Discovery of gold in Mexico and Peru
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“Down to the present, I have not found in those islands any monstrous men , as many expected , but on the contrary all the people are very comely….”
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This is what Europeans Expected to See in America The Mythical “Wild Man”: Monstrous Races
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Native Americans in Europe Squanto -- Kidnapped by George Weymouth in 1605 -- Lived and worked in England for nine years -- Returned in 1613 on John Smith’s voyage
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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 University of Georgia Athens.

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HIST2111SP-Week3A - Possessing the New World TA Assignments...

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