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batolomeu dias an early portuguese explorer who explained his motives whihc were to serve god and his majesty to give light to those who were in darkness and to grow rich as all men desire to do
prince henry son of portugals king who helped conquer the muslim city of ceuta in north america spread christianity and was the most enthusiastic supporter of exploration
vasco da gama portuguese explorer who explored the east african coast and ultimately gave portugal a direct trade route to india-calcutta
treaty of tordesillas a treay to honor an imaginary line that split land between spain and portugal when the pope got involved in politics he remained nueutral
dutch east india company company established to directtrade throughout asai the yhad power to mint money make treaties and raise their own armies dutch east india co was richer and more powerful than england
ming dynasty (1368-1644)brought peace after the mongol rule adn teh start of the chinese dynasty
hongwu peasants son who was in charge of the rebel army that drove the mongols out of china
yonglo hongwus sonwho moved the royal court to bejing
zheng he chinese musmi admiral who led all of the seven voyages
manchus people manchuria who collapsed the ming dynasty and seized beijing, started the qing dynasty
qing dnyasty name for teh dynasty after manchus conquered the mongols
kangxi 1st emperor of the qing dynasty-ruled fore some 60 years
daimyo warrior-cheiftains who restored order untid japan eventually restored centrailized govt and made a new system of feudalism
oda mobunaga defeated the rivals and seized imperial capital kyoto committed suicide
toyotomi hideyoshi ended up contolling msot of the country of japan, invaded korea
tokugawa ieyasu defeated rivals at battle of sekigahara became shogun established that rule of lasw overcame rule of teh sword moved capital to edo unified japan
tokugawa shogunate founded by ieyasu held power until 1867 restored centalized govt and rule of law was the most important brought welcome order to japan developed a culture involving kabuki theater and the haiku
haiku 5-7-5 syllable 3 line vers epoem presents images rather than ideas
kabuki theater type of theater wiht actors in elaborate costumes using musci dance mime where they performed skits about modern life
christopher columbus sea captain who made a voyage for spain in 1492 to bring nack riches for the king and queen
tokugawa shogunate founded by ieyasu held power until 1867 restored centalized govt and rule of law was the most important brought welcome order to japan developed a culture involving kabuki theater and the haiku
haiku 5-7-5 syllable 3 line vers epoem presents images rather than ideas
tokugawa shogunate founded by ieyasu held power until 1867 restored centalized govt and rule of law was the most important brought welcome order to japan developed a culture involving kabuki theater and the haiku
haiku 5-7-5 syllable 3 line vers epoem presents images rather than ideas
kabuki theater type of theater wiht actors in elaborate costumes using musci dance mime where they performed skits about modern life
mestizo mixed spanish and native american population
christopher columbus sea captain who made a voyage for spain in 1492 to bring nack riches for the king and queen
kabuki theater type of theater wiht actors in elaborate costumes using musci dance mime where they performed skits about modern life
colonies lands controlled by another nation
christopher columbus sea captain who made a voyage for spain in 1492 to bring nack riches for the king and queen
hernado cortes spaniard who landed on the shores of mexico and conquered the aztecs
colonies lands controlled by another nation
conquistador spanish conquerors
atahualpa an incan ruler who demanded a force of about 30000 brought several thousand mostly unarmed men for the meeting of pizzaro and his army of 200
fracisco pizarro conquistador who conquered teh incan empire
atahualpa an incan ruler who demanded a force of about 30000 brought several thousand mostly unarmed men for the meeting of pizzaro and his army of 200
conquistador spanish conquerors
mestizo mixed spanish and native american population
fracisco pizarro conquistador who conquered teh incan empire
fracisco pizarro conquistador who conquered teh incan empire
encomienda system in which natives farmed ranched or mined for spanish landlords
atahualpa an incan ruler who demanded a force of about 30000 brought several thousand mostly unarmed men for the meeting of pizzaro and his army of 200
new france base of frnaces colonial empire in north america(quebec- samuel de champlain)
mestizo mixed spanish and native american population
mestizo mixed spanish and native american population
new france base of frnaces colonial empire in north america(quebec- samuel de champlain)
encomienda system in which natives farmed ranched or mined for spanish landlords
pilgrims 2nd english colony founded in plymouth mass. wanted religous freedom
jamestown colony established by english in honor of their king along the coast of virginia
new france base of frnaces colonial empire in north america(quebec- samuel de champlain)
jamestown colony established by english in honor of their king along the coast of virginia
pilgrims 2nd english colony founded in plymouth mass. wanted religous freedom
pilgrims 2nd english colony founded in plymouth mass. wanted religous freedom
french and indian war english became hungrier for land so they began to push furhter west doing so they collided with frances north american holdings-france and england began to interfere wiht each other.
puritans established large colony near mass. bay rebellious previous pilgrims wanted to create model community
pilgrims 2nd english colony founded in plymouth mass. wanted religous freedom
new netherlands dutch holdings in north america variety of poeple dutch west india was established
new netherlands dutch holdings in north america variety of poeple dutch west india was established
french and indian war english became hungrier for land so they began to push furhter west doing so they collided with frances north american holdings-france and england began to interfere wiht each other.
triangular trade transatlantic trading network that crisscrosses north and south colonies in the west indies england europe and africa carrying/trading goods
french and indian war english became hungrier for land so they began to push furhter west doing so they collided with frances north american holdings-france and england began to interfere wiht each other.
new netherlands dutch holdings in north america variety of poeple dutch west india was established
metacom (king philip) native american ruler who led an attack on colonial villages
middle passage voage that brought captured africans to the west indies and later to north and south america middle leg of transatlantic trade and triangle
triangular trade transatlantic trading network that crisscrosses north and south colonies in the west indies england europe and africa carrying/trading goods
altantic slave trade buying and selling of africans for work in the americas became massive enterprise
middle passage voage that brought captured africans to the west indies and later to north and south america middle leg of transatlantic trade and triangle
triangular trade transatlantic trading network that crisscrosses north and south colonies in the west indies england europe and africa carrying/trading goods
altantic slave trade buying and selling of africans for work in the americas became massive enterprise
middle passage voage that brought captured africans to the west indies and later to north and south america middle leg of transatlantic trade and triangle
triangular trade transatlantic trading network that crisscrosses north and south colonies in the west indies england europe and africa carrying/trading goods
middle passage voage that brought captured africans to the west indies and later to north and south america middle leg of transatlantic trade and triangle
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