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Modern World History Lecture #3. The Americas 1550-1750. Themes. Westerners tried, with varying degrees of success, to transplant their cultures in the Americas. Through the Atlantic system, western nations grew wealthier. Colonization increased cross-cultural exchange.

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modern world history lecture 3

Modern World HistoryLecture #3

The Americas

1550-1750

themes
Themes
  • Westerners tried, with varying degrees of success, to transplant their cultures in the Americas.
  • Through the Atlantic system, western nations grew wealthier.
  • Colonization increased cross-cultural exchange.
themes1
Themes
  • Unique aspects of Africa

* Diverse

* Abundance of rich raw materials

2. Cross-cultural exchange took place through slavery.

king afonso of kongo
King Afonso of Kongo
  • Why was King Afonso a Catholic? Why did he write this letter to the King of Portugal?
  • Who did Afonso blame for the problems he addressed in this letter?
  • What did Afonso think of the slave trade?
  • What was his tone in the letter? What does that tone tell you about the Kongo-Portuguese relations?
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