Chapter 2: The Rise of the Atlantic World 1400-1625Chapter 2: The Rise of the Atlantic World 1400-1625
On October 12, 1492, Christopher Columbus reached San Salvador were he meet some Taino Indians whose island, Guanahani he claimed for Spain. Columbian exchange of human interactions, animals, plants, and germs
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The Atlantic Slave Trade, 1770-1807 Knowledge ReviewThe Atlantic Slave Trade, 1770-1807 Knowledge Review
You should use this booklet to support your revision. It is designed to accompany your own notes, not replace them
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Chinese and Greek philosophers describe the basic principles of optics and the cameraChinese and Greek philosophers describe the basic principles of optics and the camera
The first casual reference to the optic laws that made pinhole cameras possible, was observed and noted by Aristotle around 330 bc, who questioned why the sun could make a circular image when it shined through a square hole
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5 Languages Learning Outcomes5 Languages Learning Outcomes
Learning Outcome 3: Identify the distribution of Indo-European and Sino-Tibetan, the two largest families
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5 Languages Chapter Outline Key Issue 1: Where Are Languages Distributed? Language5 Languages Chapter Outline Key Issue 1: Where Are Languages Distributed? Language
Language is an important element of culture that people value. Beginning an analysis of the geographic elements of cultural values with language is useful because it is the medium through which other cultural values, such as religion and
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Chapter 17 the atlantic system & its consequences (1690-1740) key terms introductionChapter 17 the atlantic system & its consequences (1690-1740) key terms introduction
What might you have previously called (in 7th grade?) the trading system described on p. 520?
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The racialization of french hip-hop artists in the media and their responses after the charlie hebdo attackThe racialization of french hip-hop artists in the media and their responses after the charlie hebdo attack
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Chapter 9 Empire and Migration, 1850-1920 Migrants and armies abroadChapter 9 Empire and Migration, 1850-1920 Migrants and armies abroad
The size and the speed of these migratory movements were unprecedented. At the same time, a few powerful governments, mostly in these same European countries, invaded, annexed, and otherwise took control of lands in Asia, Africa
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Section 1: The Triangular Trade Reasons for the Atlantic Slave TradeSection 1: The Triangular Trade Reasons for the Atlantic Slave Trade
The demand for sugar was increasing in Britain as it became more affordable for the majority of the population, and was used to sweeten and preserve foods
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True/false. Write \True/false. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false
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Arguments presented by third partiesArguments presented by third parties
Brazil. The ban has ended Brazilian exports of uncontaminated chrysotile to France. In 1994 and 1995, France imported from Brazil 1,100 and 1,500 metric tonnes of uncontaminated chrysotile, respectively
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