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2. Empire and Encounters

2. Empire and Encounters - 1450-1750 East and West...

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1450-1750 East and West
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Syllabus-related questions? Reviewing last week
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Understanding the steps of empire building Recognizing the diversity of empire building in the world Familiarizing one self with the multitude of civilizations’ encounters in the world
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Columbian exchange Conquistadores Creoles Great Dying Mercantilism Mestizo Mulattoes Peninsulares Akbar Qing dynasty Siberia Shogunate
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I. Spanish and Portuguese in Central and Latin America A. Caribbean Islands B. Mexico and Peru C. Brazil II. Settler Colonies in North America III. Settlers in Oceania
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Conquistadores : Spanish conquerors of the Native American lands, most notably the Aztec and Inca empires. Creoles: Spaniards born in the Americas Peninsulares : In the Spanish colonies of Latin America, the term used to refer to people who had been born in Spain; they claimed superiority over Spaniards born in the Americas.
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1519-1521: Hern á n Cort é s and a small band of men brought down the Aztec empire in Mexico. 1532-1533: Francisco Pizarro and his followers toppled the Inca empire in Peru.
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Hernán Cortés and Motecuzoma II
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Technology: steel swords, muskets, cannons, and horses. Divisions among the indigenous peoples of Mexico Alliances: logistical support, secure bases, Do ñ a Marina.
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During the siege of Tenochtitlan, smallpox raged through the city, killing inhabitants by the tens of thousands and fatally sapping the strength of defensive forces.
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