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History 2365: American History to 1877

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Date Created: 08/14/16
History 2365: American History to 1877 23 August 27, 2016 New World Encounters Migration to the Americas Environmental adaptation  o Agricultural Revolution    Diversity and Complexity o Aztecs o Cahokia o Eastern Woodland Cultures *Population in 1491: 10 to 100 million Native Americans*  The different (Native American) groups adapt very well to their surroundings. o Natives in the plains tend to be largely hunters (Bison). o Eastern Woodland cultures move from largely gatherers, to growing crops like  corn, beans, and squash.  These three crops are known as the “Three­Sisters”. o In hunter­gatherer groups, woman become the main crop growers and gatherers,  while men are hunters.  Food is seen as an important responsibility; women are seen as equal because of their role with food.  The idea of a few people (farmers) producing food for an entire society allows for more  “diverse jobs” to thrive.  Eastern Woodland cultures use “slash and burn” technique.  Native Americans believed super natural entities existed in everything around them and  that it was accessible to them.  Ancestry was matrilineal.  Women had much more social influence than Europeans at this time.  Most of the time, the child’s uncle would fulfill the father role, not the biological father.  Native Americans believed that ownership was determined by use. Conditions of Conquest  Sea routes to Asia. o European merchants no longer wish to go through Middle Eastern middlemen in  order to trade with China. o Portuguese developed relationship with many African Kingdoms.  Contact with West Africa. o Origins of the slave trade. o Slavery on Madeira and the Canary Islands.  Portuguese limited to western side of Africa due to not being exposed to diseases located  on Eastern side.  Even though slave trade was very small, the ideas they used about how slavery worked  was continued through to the New World.  Cultural Negotiations o Most interactions are peaceful between Europeans and Native Americans. o Europeans ethnocentricity leads to disputes and complications between them. o Europeans are baffled by gender roles in Native American cultures. o Protestants attempted to Christianize Native Americans. o Men were more likely to convert to Christianity because of the amount of  exposure to Europeans.     The Columbian Exchange o Many crops exchanged between European and Americans o European diseases transmitted as well.  These diseases become devastating to Native Americans.  Approximately 85% of a society would die. Europe on the Eve of Conquest  The context of Europe in 1491. o Renaissance leads to scientific discoveries, especially in navigation.  Dominance of Spain and Portugal. o Political alliances o Reconquista  Ferdinand and Isabella choose to fight war against Muslims in Spain. o    Conquistadores   Known for ability to seize Muslim land; they used these tactics in the New World.  Christopher Columbus sails in 1492  First European to land in Americas, while people are actually  paying attention to it.


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