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History 2055 Early European Exploration and Settlement and Indians: Outline: A. Exploration Begins 1. Events that make it possible 2. Spain explores and colonizes B. Columbian exchange 1. Plants 2. Animals 3. Disease C. Indians 1. Diversity 2. North American Indians D. Indian and European Interaction 1. Differences and similarities 2. Balance of power 3. Indian response to European domination 1/16
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Columbus : He thought he found a way to get to Asia and wouldn’t claim he discovered the Americas He grew up as a trades man who wasn’t as poor as other European people He married a noble women which was very rare She died and then he found a girlfriend that is also a noble women- he would never go down to his class He convinces the queen that the circumference of the world is a lot smaller than what everyone else thinks it is He actually bumped into the Americas and went back and forth many times He abused everyone and they all hated him He isn’t just one character
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Events that made it possible: The compass was introduced to the Europeans. Before this they followed the stars and it was hard. The compass let them sail during a cloudy night. They had improved the ship by recreating its shape and it could be controlled better European nations were formed into kingdoms Spain explores and colonizes Spain is the 1 st of the nations to start to form The king and queen of 2 different places married to form Spain and a combination of resources- more power, more money ( Ferdinand and Isabella were the king and queen)
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