Both the ottomans and the Portuguese created vast empires with the ottomans having about
half the Roman Empire and the Portuguese having about 7% of the earths total mass at the
height of their empire. The Portuguese where more intere
Both American slavery and Russian serfdom leave its victims to a hard working, less then
desirable life complete with poor living conditions, brutality to the workers, and restrictions on
the lives of the people. Although the at the same time
Chapter 23 Jocz Notes- Gilded Age Politics
President Grant (1868-1876)
Civil War hero Ulysses S Grant wins presidency for Repub party in 1868
o Temporary social and political revolution- black votes vote for Repub candidates
Corruption during Grant admini
Chapter 2 Questions
Make a list of the points that the text makes on what the Colonial Mind was thinking at
the time of the Revolution.
The colonists were thinking that when men seek power, they are doing it because they are
ambitious, greedy, and corr
Extra notes chapter 2 (gov): The Constitution
Then and now
Talks about the constitutional convention that happened in 1776
Think about us having constitutional convention now. Now some people want Constitution that
creates something similar to parliamenta
Honors World History
Guided Reading 1
"The Origins of Agriculture to the First River-Valley Civilizations
Culture- Socially transmitted patterns of action and expression
Foragers- People who support themselves by hunting wild a
1.Describe your village when it first started.
Very plain, blank and boring. There was only a church, 10 houses, 3 headstones, a common
store and pub, and a boring common area. Not much to it at all for the big piece of paper I had.
2.How did the village
Chapter 16 review guide:
1. The economic prosperity of the papacy allowed the popes to the economic prosperity
of the papacy allowed the popes to
The popes were able to fund ambitious projects in Rome, their capital city.
2. Forgiveness of past sins, an i
Chapter 21 Video Viewing:
Question 1: How do ideas affect human actions in ways that can change the
Ideas affect human actions in ways that can change the world in many ways.
An idea is any conception existing in the mind, then some of them are
Primary Sources Chapter 21:
Rousseau Espouses Popular Sovereignty and the General Will:
1. Why, according to Rousseau, do human beings form a social contract? What is the
purpose of the contract?
According to Rousseau, human beings form a social contract
Document Based Questions Chp 22:
Map 22.1 shows the industrial revolution in Britain in 1850, the first industries arose in northern
and western England. These regions had abundant coal and iron-ore deposits for the iron
industry and moist c
Discussion Board Chapter 21:
1. How could such a situation develop in one of the most advanced countries in the world?
A situation could develop in the most advanced countries in the world because anything that
displeases the people living there like the
Boxes and Bullets: Industry
Pondering question to answer: What do you think of when you hear the term Industry?
Answer: When I think of the term Industry, I automatically think of machinery and
assembly lines. I know that industry is the production o
Discussion Questions Chapter 8:
Before reading this chapter, what did you think were the fundamental characteristics of the
Islamic religion and society? After reading this chapter, what appear to be the fundamental
characteristics of Islamic society?
Honors World History
Guided Reading Chapter 4 (ONLY PAGES 109-131)
Greece and Iran, 1000 b.c.e. 400 c.e.
Polis- A polis is a city or state in the Greek empire that has philosophical purposes.
Acropolis- a citadel or fortified p
Discussion Questions Chapter 16:
In what different ways did climate change and environmental degradation affect European
societies during the period 1500 1750?
Climate change and environmental degradation affected European societie
1. Warriors, priest, and peasant
2. Women were politically influential, possessed substantial property, traveled, and we're
prominent on public occasions
3. He allowed each people to live in accordance with its own traditions and ordinances
4. Greek merch
Primary Sources Chapter 18:
A Voyage to New Calabar River in the Year 1699:
1. How would you characterize trade at Ibani? Was it haphazard bartering? A welldeveloped system with specific currency? Something else?
The Ibana did not show much gratitude or k
Primary Sources Chapter 8:
Book of Travels:
1. Who was Daniel the son of Hisdai, and what function did he serve under the caliph?
Daniel the son of Hisda was Our Lord the Head of Captivity of All of Israel. He possesses a
book of pedigrees going back as f
Discussion Board Chapter 22:
1. What factory conditions concern you the most?
The factory conditions that concern me most are the dangerous machinery, foul air quality, and
the likelihood of being injured.
2. Would you attempt to change conditions in the
Honors World History
Guided Reading Chapter 26
Africa, India, and the New British Empire (1750 1870)
Modernization- The process of reforming political, military, economic, social, and
cultural traditions in imitation of the early
Discussion Questions Chapter 18:
1. How did participation in the Atlantic system affect the environment in the Americas?
The new world had been in reality a pristine land even though several million native Americans
lived here. They did not disturb the la
The Indian Railroad Station in 1866 was built by the British India and is the largest network of
railroads in Asia. People of every social class traveled by train.
The Map 24.2 of India from 1707 to 1805 shows Mughal power weak
Discussion Questions Chapter 21:
What roles did Enlightenment thought and folk cultures play in the making of the
eighteenth century revolutions?
The roles that the Enlightenment thought and folk culture play in the making of the eighteenth
Royal African Company: A mercantile company set up by the Stuart family and London
merchants to trade along the west coast of Africa
maroon: Caribbean runaways
Atlantic system: The trade of African slaves to South American colonies of Portuguese and
Key Terms Chapter 15:
Zheng He: An imperial eunuch and Muslim, entrusted by the Ming emperor Yongle with a series
of state voyages that took his gigantic ships through the Indian Ocean, from Southeast Asia to
Arawak: A member of a people originall
Honors World History
Guided Reading Chapter 28 READ ONLY 796-811
The Crisis of Imperial Order, 1900 1929
sick man of Europe- the ottoman empire was referred to the sick man of
Europe. Europe was waiting for it to die (fall) so it could colonize
Key Terms Chapter 16:
globalization: a process of interaction and integration among the people, companies, and
governments of different nations, a process driven by international trade and investment and
aided by information technology.
1. Does a technologically advanced nation have a responsibility to share its advances with
No a technologically advanced nation does not have the responsibility to shares its
advancements but if they rely on these smaller countries a
What were the causes of the development of new states in southern and inland West
Africa between 1750 and 1870? What role did the West play in the establishment of these
The causes of the development of new states in south