1us - Regional Outline for _United States_ 8000 -1450 CE...

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Regional Outline for ___ United States__________ _ 8000 -1450 CE -depending on regions (tribal societies) -different region had different way of controlling their people -no central authority -pastoral/hunter gather societies- tribes - agriculture- have lots of great farmers, producing their regional crops -class determined by age (the oldest receive more respect and power) -people who owed a lot of horses, equipments, crops, families -matrilineal societies -develop own farming equipments 1450-1750 CE 1750 – 1914 CE 1914 - Present Politics -democrats imposed on citizens -men- allowed to vote, no suffrage rule yet -John Locke- social contract inspired -“self-determination” 1776- Declaration of Independence -1787- Constitution (three branches or checks and balance) -democracy- unbalanced among genders for suffrage remained democracy - 1965- all women can vote - -richest nation with huge power - sphere of influences Economy Columbian Exchange- new food source, animals, resources transferred between Europe and Americas
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This note was uploaded on 12/22/2011 for the course HISTORY 102 taught by Professor Stanleyk.schultz during the Fall '10 term at FIU.

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1us - Regional Outline for _United States_ 8000 -1450 CE...

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