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US History Notes Week 1

US History Notes Week 1 - US HISTORY Notes Week 1 Columbian...

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US HISTORY Notes Week 1 Columbian exchange - 1500s, named after Chris Columbus. Huge impact on European and Native American societies. Traded plants and animals, agricultural goods. Europeans brought devastating diseases to Native Americans. Europeans also brought horses to the New World, which had a huge impact on Native American societies. Europeans took maize and silver from the New World. Native Americans also gave the European colonists syphilis. This was a result of long distance trade. 8/10 Great Awakening - 1730s-1750s. Religious revival promoting passion and denouncing uneducated clergy. Significance: Upset hierarchy. Promoted class equality, encouraged slaves and poor farmers to attend meetings and this scared planters. New light ministers used traveling ministers to gain mass audiences, they used a simple theology God all wrathful and people all sinful, a fire and brimstone theology. They promoted class equality and even said the poor were more pious. They also denounced overeducated clergy. They gained massive audiences. Minister Whitefield?? Once held an audience of
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