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HHK 7.3.3

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Why did explorers come to Hawaii? looking for new trade, Northwest passage
Why did whalers come to Hawaii? refit and relax
Why did fur traders come to Hawaii? refit and relax
Why did sandalwood traders come to Hawaii? to get sandalwood
Why did missionaries come to Hawaii? to convert the Hawaiians to Christianity
What impact did the whalers have? disruptive, brought new business, brought diseases
What impact did the sandalwood trade have? no more sandalwood, ali'i ordered maka'ainana to cut sandalwood and normal activities (food, clothe) suffered
What impact did the explorers have? put Hawaii on maps, introduced the rest of the world to the Pacific
Was the impact of the whalers P/E/S? P:little influence E:brought new businesses to refit ships S:alcohol, disease
Was the impact of the explorers P/E/S? P:international involvement E:involvement in trade, new business to refit ships S:change in beliefs, world view
Was the impact of traders P/E/S? P:wanted influence on trade;increased political involvement over time E:new trade, increased interdependence S:new products/ideas, sandalwood trade prevented normal activities from occurring
Was the impact of the missionaries P/E/S? P:advisors to converted royalty E:brought need for industries S:new religion
Created by: Mr. Falk on 2011-10-19



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