Transplanting

Transplanting - Beautiful Bugs Mysterious beautiful colors...

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Transplanting: Commodities in World Trade   Perrie Anthony Garcia
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 Unnatural Resources Brazilians cleared out the Atlantic Forest Systematic Portuguese posed a threat By 1700 small population Introduced new religious and economic practices Coffee Destroyed the Atlantic Forest Some efforts to save the forest
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John Sutter and Cali Gold John Sutter  1803 near Swiss border Left for America Cali Created a civilization  James Marshall Gold! Decline of Sutter’s settlement
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Unformatted text preview: Beautiful Bugs Mysterious beautiful colors › Flemish tapestries Mixtec Indians › Cultivated female cochineal insect Time consuming Strengthened Indian communities Thrived for four centuries › German and British chemist found a sub How the Cows Ate the Cowboys Argentine cowboy › Gaucho › Looked down upon Half horse, half man Beef Jerky Beef consumption rose › Led to the fall of the Gaucho...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course BIO 100L@ taught by Professor Billchilds during the Spring '11 term at UC Irvine.

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