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Podcast Review Age of Exploration. A Segerdahl Production. What do you call a train loaded with toffee?. Reasons for European Exploration. Have to…. Able to…. Wanted to…. Compass. Profit: Gold/silver. Ottomans block routes. Influence of Muslim Tech: Caravel Ships Astrolabe.

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Podcast review age of exploration

Podcast ReviewAge of Exploration

A Segerdahl Production


Podcast review age of exploration

What do you call a train loaded with toffee?


Podcast review age of exploration

Reasons for European Exploration

Have to…

Able to…

Wanted to…

Compass

Profit: Gold/silver

Ottomans block

routes

Influence of Muslim

Tech:

Caravel Ships

Astrolabe

Spread religion

Unfavorable balance

Of trade (Asian products)

Competition

Glory

Monarchs


Podcast review age of exploration

Key Players

Henry

Columbus

Da Gama

Dias

Cortes

Pizarro

Noble; Organized

School for sailors

Proposed

Western

route

First to

Reach India

Reached

Cape of

Good

Hope

Aztecs

Mexico

Incas

S. America

Spanish Conquistador

Portugal

Spain

Portugal

Steel Weapons

Writing/

Moveable Type

Horses

Govt Support


Podcast review age of exploration

Exploring Nations

Spain

Portugal

France

England

Dutch

Direct Rule

First:

-Spice trade

-Slave Trade

-India

Canada

Mississippi

Permanent

Settlements

Replace

Portugal in Far East

Council of Indies

Massachusetts:

Economics+

Religious freedom

Viceroy

Indirect: Using companies

Most exploitive

Brazil

New Powers after 1600

Inflation—gold/silver

Direct competitors (treaty of tordesillas)

1 major crop-sugar


Podcast review age of exploration

New World Societies impacted by Exploration

Aztecs

Incas

Pop. Decimated

by disease

Pizarro

Cortes

Valley of Mexico

Andes

Empire system

Elaborate trade

networks

Isolated

Polytheistic

Cooler climate

Humid Climate

No formal written

Language

Hieroglyphs


Podcast review age of exploration

International Slave Trade

Origins

Expansion

Decline

Portuguese

Role of British

Discovery of New

World

Firearms made

Africans partners

Idea of equality

Natives were inadequate

Industrial Age

Slavery already

existed

Plantation system

Owning slaves meant

status

Sugar/mining


Podcast review age of exploration

New Economic Model beginning in 1500

Cores

Peripheries

Control the flow of trade

Exploited in trade relationships

Export expensive

Finished goods

Export cheap raw materials

Locations of coercive labor systems

Ship Goods

Western Europe

Americas


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Podcast review age of exploration

What do you call a train loaded with toffee?

A Chew Chew Train


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