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32. Much of the silver that flowed into China in enormous quantities came from the mines in Mexico, Peru 33. In the mid-1990s some 37 percent of the food consumed in China originated in America 34. In 1519 this European explorer circumnavigated the world. Ferdinand Magellan 35. It was not until the voyages of this person that Europeans begin to affect the previous isolated world of Oceania. Captain James Cook 36. It was this part of Eastern Europe that was the first to be connected to the new global commercial system. Poland 37. Land owning aristocrats in Spain were called Hidalgos 38. In the seventeenth century, the 17 lowland provinces of the Spanish Empire that fashioned themselves as the Dutch Republic was eventually called Netherlands 39. For the English, this group became the vehicle to accumulate capital and enrich and energize European commerce in Asia. China 40. The Treaty of Tordiallos was between these two countries and it divided the world between them in 1494. Spain & Portugal 41. In the mid eighteenth century, the Seven Years War occurred between these two countries. Great Britain & France
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STUDY GUIDE HISTORY 106 CHAPTERS 7 and 8 MIDTERM SPRING 2017 PROFESSOR WATSON 42. In 150 years or roughly between 1750 and 1900 one of the distinctive changes that occurred was: Industrialization & Global Integration
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