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History 1100 - Survey of American History to 1865

by: Melanie Pelczynski

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These notes cover Eastward Migration, and Facing East to go West.
Survey of American History to 1865
Sean Rost
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Date Created: 02/05/16
Eastward Migration 1/25/16 Baring Straight Crossing -Siberian hunters cross following animals -Lana Bridge -Musk’s, Ox, Rhino, Mammoth -Navajo/Apache -Inuit/Aleut -Travel Alaska to South America North America -Cahokia: Mound builders (temples and graves) -6 square miles, population 10000,300000 st -1 major city -major trade center, expansive -rise of power reason declines due to outgrowth and loss of resources -Southwest: AZ, CO, etc. -300 to 1100 AD -Hohokam & Anasazi -Mesa Verde: Protection -Lack Livestock -No full development written communication -Achieved draining water system -Drought impacted irrigation and led to decline -Eastern North America -Cherokee, Mohawk -East: Farmers and hunters, trade to south west -Form multi tribe alliances -more leverage against European trade -live on corn, squash, and beans -Aztecs: Live by Tenochtitlan (Mexico City) -largely populated, largest city -downfall was the location, island -Mayans -live on low soil land, river, lakes, and swamps -crop rotation developed -East/South Mexico to Honduras -Incans -West/ Southwest South America -Machu Picchu, Peru -Road Building allowing transportation -Successful farming in high altitude Social Cultural Practices -Seasonal Work -hunt movement after animals -hunters to agriculture -no land ownership -spring, Gather -fall, Harvest -summer, hunt Winter, live in woods -Gender Roles -Women, common stake in affairs, confined in settlement and agriculture -Men, leaders, hunt and fish -Religion -Spiritual power, creator, land -Animism: Environment surrounding holds power, everything has power -suggested move toward Christianity Going West to Go East 1/27/16 Facing East Before Columbus  Chinese: Land dominance, Pacific Eastward  Vikings: NE Canada, Island jumping  African: Artifacts in African style found, Stone carvings  Islanders, island hopping Land Route to the East  Ottoman Empire: Connect to East, tolls and taxation, risk of being robbed  Feudalism: Aristocrat land ownership, lord in charge + give land to vessels, serfs and peasants at bottom o Spain and Castillo unite as one state o Turn to:  Mercantilism- Explore religions beyond theirs, acquire land, right wars, new trade, new raw materials Water Route to East  Portugal-Stay east o Cambial, compass, quadrant o Discover Material, canary, Azores islands  First real land claim  Raw material o Islands of Africa  Fish, lumber, dyes, hope of gold  Spain- o Columbus  Island hop west to Asia  Lands in Caribbean  1/10 valuables found  Violence, enslave Espanola natives The Treaty of Tordesillas (1494)  Colonial demarcation lines between Castile/Spain and Portugal  English-Joh Cavot o New Finland “new found land” Margo Vespucci o Explores most of south America coast o Most accurate map of west hemisphere  Spanish, la Inalas  Europe-America Columbian Exchange  Movement of animals(cattle, horses, pigs), Plants (Wheat, Rye, Rice), Disease (Small Pox, Malaria, Yellow Fever


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