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Unformatted text preview: HIST 1110 FINAL STUDY GUIDE ID Questions I. World History II. Not western history or European history but WORLD History II.1Ancient Civilization II.2Covered several ancient civilizations Each civilization was associated with 1-2 rivers or sea The origins and evolution of each civilization had close relationship with its natural environment II.3Major World Religions Focused on their origins and spread 1. All of them-Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam actually have more believers in other areas than in their birthplaces; People convert to those religions voluntarily or by force Religious conflicts or wars were common in human history II.4Exchanges among different continents 1. The Eurasian exchange followed the Crusades and the Mongols conquest of Eurasia 2. the Columbian exchange after European oversea exploration 3. The Europeans started to conquer other areas and became the dominant power of the world The changes in Eurasian societies 1. The making of East Asia 2. The Protestant Reformation 3. The Scientific Revolution REVIEW FOR THE FINAL STUDY GUIDE ID WORDS: 1. the SLAVE Trade- Europeans went to Africa to enslave those to help with their agriculture in the New Worlds of North and South America, this European Colonization brought many devastating things including the exchange of not only peoples but disease that the people brought to the unimmunized Native Americans. 2. the OPIUM WAR- the Opium War-illegal war on production of Opium and caused many like the British to want to 3. the Industrial Revolution- Population increase, agricultural revolution, Britain had a special society which was open to innovation (merchants had a high social status) and their location to the sea (easily accessible to the water ) helped them to have access to trade of good and merchandise. This led to the global Industrial Revolution in America as well with the advent of the Steam Engine, Locomotive and Steam trains etc. This led to social stratification which led to the rich becoming richer Steam trains etc....
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