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Date Created: 02/11/16
Colleen Murphy History 102 2/2/16 Trans Atlantic Economy African Slave Trades (15001900) o Different Types: Indigenous Occidental (Western) Africans Europe Oriental (5 Million People; Eastern) Africans Arab World Trans Atlantic (13 Million People) o Slaves + Prisoners of War When 2 countries were fighting, the loser would give slaves to winners (POW’s) Sold For: guns, cloth, liquor, iron bars, swords… Biggest Slave Sellers: Nzinga Mbemba and The King @ Whidaw o Most slaves that were brought to the US were from the Kongo o Nzinga Mbemba (King of the Kongo): Appealed to the king of Portugal about the amount of people being sold from the Kongo to Portugal. Kongo population was quickly decreasing. o The King @ Whidaw (Benin) Captain Thomas Phillips (British): “A Slave Trader Describes The Atlantic Passage” (circ 1694) Employee of Royal African Company Willlem Basmen “Slave Trader” (circ 1709) Dutch West India Company o 1753: Price of young man Gold Coast: $1600 West Indies: $3500 o Olaudah Equiano “Enslaved Captive” (circ 1789) Primary source of his experience as a slave Told that what Africans though went on in Trans Atlantic Trade was false. It was much worse. o 1807: Trans Atlantic Slave Trade is illegal History 102 2/4/16 China Silk Road: extended from China to the Mediterranean Sea. Trade route. China’s Dynasties o Ming (13681644) o (Manchu) Qing (16441911) Admiral Zheng He o Told by emperor to build a fleet and make a voyage to South East Asia, India, Japan… to spread the word about the emperor. This became known as the “Trans Atlantic Voyages” (14051433). Compare to Columbus’ voyage. His was very small compared to Zheng He’s fleet. o Tribute Fleets Traveled to inform the people about China’s celestial emperor and how great he was. Not forcing rule upon them. o Tribute States Were not controlled by Chinese emperor but were bribed by Chinese with protection and food to accept their emperor as ruler of the universe. o Tribute System Basic principal of how Chinese viewed foreigners. Population Explosion o Commercial Revolution (15001800) Changes Agricultural Technology Banks o Mexican and Peruvian Silver Market Towns o “Economy of Sale” o Production + export of silk, proclaim, tea Rice changes wealth status for peasants o Gentry: change of peasants to middle class citizens because of the sale of rice Confucius Confucianism o Structure of Chinese Civilization o Confucian Bureaucracy Everyone was a part of Confucianism even the emperor o Confucius Beliefs Have moral integrity Lead by example If you do all of that then haven and earth will be balanced o Confucian CivilService Exam Boys take a test on Confucian writing to determine what kind of job they would get. Qing (16441911) o Dyarchy 2 people in each job Bring in their own people to work in the government to keep and eye on the Chinese o Emperors Kangxi (r. 16611722) Deals with Jesuits Qianlong (r. 17361795) Dealt with British o Edict of Emperor Qianlong to King George III (1793)
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