Hist 110B, Week 1 Notes
Hist 110B, Week 1 Notes History 110B
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Date Created: 03/01/16
HIST 110B 2/4, Chapter 17 Geography European Exploration Europeans wanted goods from Asia o Silk from China, porcelain also from China, spices, cotton which mostly come from India But the 3 Islamic empires cut off overland trade to Europe o Crusades, etc. Led to sailing to the Spice Islands o First by Portugal o All done by Henry the Navigator (King of Portugal) Militarized trade Islamic empires had no sailing innovations, or many ships o Conservative, per the Sharia (Sunni Islam) o Don’t see any reason to change so they don’t compete Spain sent Columbus westward o Hits Caribbean, Cuba, the Bahamas, & Hispaniola o Never actually discovers America o Bumps into “New World” Aztec and Inca Empires o Cortes finds lots of people willing to ally with him because they hate the Spanish o Pizarro o 12 million, 25 million population o Enjoyed committing human sacrifice to those they conquered Portuguese to Brazil o Control Bahia and Rio o Main goal to have sugar plantations to produce the sugar Why stay? o To get rich o To spread Christianity
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