Environmental_History_Midterm_Review_S_09

Environmental_History_Midterm_Review_S_09 - Environmental...

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Environmental History Midterm Review Dr. Melendy HIST 3327-01 : Essay due and multiple choice/quote response section takes place Friday, Feb. 13 HIST 3327-02 : Essay due and multiple choice/quote response section takes place Thursday, Feb. 12 Midterm will cover chapters 1-6 in Merchant; 1-3 in Glave & Stoll; and Catlin in American Earth Section I: Be prepared to properly define five of the following terms: (work in groups to write definitions) Accommodate Assimilate Resistance Kiva Sedentary Micmacs Mechanistic world view Organic world view Protestant work ethic Puritans Anne Bradstreet Edward Johnson Cotton Mather Heliocentric Samuel Willard Mercantile capitalism Triangular trade “4 Fs” Broad Arrow Policy Social segmentation Columbian exchange Modes of production William Bradford Scale of Nature Clovis people Megafauna Mound builders Mississippian Culture Quail people Coronado Wichitas Apaches El Cuartelejo The Three Frontiers (West, 46) Cheyenne Arapaho Commensals Centaur Called Out People
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2010 for the course HIST 3327 taught by Professor Hart during the Spring '09 term at Texas Tech.

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