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STUDY SHEET FOR THE FIRST EXAM IN HISTORY 200 AMERICAN EXPERIENCE Answers should be in essay form with an introductory paragraph which summarizes the points you intend to make. Arguments should be supported by specific evidence from lecture (be sure to check Blackboard course materials and maps when you review) textbook, Bender volume, and section discussion. In addition, I have also included prominent terms after each question that may jog your memory as to points you want to make. BRING A BLUE BOOK I Two of the following four questions will appear on the examination and you will choose one to answer. (50%) 1. How much of the success of the Atlantic migration’s first phase depended upon events and institutions pushing certain groups over the ocean to America and how much did it depend upon the characteristics of the Indian nations the migrants encountered? Discuss the events, institutions, migrant groups, and Indian nations and the outcome. (terms – Ottoman Empire, Reconquista, military adventurers, men of Extremadura, men of the West Country, Franciscans, Jesuits, Reformation, Counter-Reformation, Aztec (Mexica), woodlands Indians, California hunter gatherers, silver mines) 2.
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