Where did the Black Death start and how did it get here?
How many people died?
Started in the east and came through the silk road on fleas
30-60% of Europe
Religion of the Age of Exploration
Avocated the faith of Islamic cross North America
Stopped and defeated Muslims
in the Middle Ages during which several Christian kingdoms succeeded in retaking the Muslim-controlled areas of the Iberian Peninsula
1212, Northern Spain, the beginning of theh removal of muslims
Battle of Las Navas De Tologa
1270 -1295 - Japan - Cathay- Culture spices- buildings covered in gold, cinnamon, cloves (italy) silk worm
Vogage of Marco Polo
the business man, high class, vigigotes
"Rebirth of Learning" -Art, Literature, music learning
Who wrote the Printing Press
Sailed west and Sov. from Greenland -sighted the coast of now N. Foundland in North Canada
What did the Norseman find when they arrived to America
Vineland - Markland - Helluland- Hostitile people, and no way to make money therefore they didnt stay
How do we know that the Norseman where in America
History of Hamburg
Who was the most important people from the Nations of Eploration
"Sea fairing people"
Who was the captian for Portugal?
Vasco De Cama
Who refused Chris Columbus (twice) for funding
Kind Joano II
Who was the treasure of Aragon? And what was his duties
Luis De Santangel
In charge of queens money and funded Chris. Columbus Vogage
A Genoa Itailan
Wrote a book that replacited C.C Trip
Sam E. Morrison
What are the 3 G's that were sailed for
Gold, God, Glory
Who were two of Christopher Columbus' gf
Dona Maria Moniz
Beatriz De Hernando
What did Columbus want for his voyage?
1/10th of the cash
Governor of all discovered land
Abernal of the Sea
What were the 5 Vessels of the C.C. Vogage
Santa Clara, Nino, Pinta, La Gallege, Santa Maria
What was the reward for spotting land?
Saw land first at 2 am Oct 12, 1492
Got the silk doublet but no annutiy
Rodrigo De Traina
What was the land what was found by Chris. Columbus (what is it called today / what did he call it / what did the Taino Indians call it)
Watling Island / San Salvador / Guanahani
What indians were known for carrying herbs (Tabacco and Hamocos)
What types of weapons were used by the indians
What was instrument was used to calculate by using a series of strings
Aztec indains from central america, cultivation, and had a sophisticated calender
Indians in columbia and was conquered by Gonzalo Quezada
From Peru , Fransico Puzarro in 1530
What defeated the Native Americans
war, work diisease ( small pox and flu)
What is Encomendero system and who used it?
Labor system used by Spain
What is a hacienda system and who used it
Land system later used by Spain
A massive rebillion led by the Pope' 15 year fight before spaniards eventaully reestablished (knotted rope)
North American indians, Hohokam, Anasazi, Southweset US - Stone Boiling
North American indians, Hopewell 500 BC moundbuilders in N. East US
4 Major Linuistic groups of Eastern US
Who founded New England 1497
1569 - Military Gov. of Iraland, Munster Rebellion, "Line of Heads" "Discourage to Passage to Cathay"
Sir Humphry Gilbert
Spice island voyage , 4,000% profit, Golden Hind, Drake Circumnavigated globe (1577-1588)
Sir Frances Drake
Gilbert's half brother - Plan for settlement was Roanoke Settlement (Lost Colony) CRO "crotaon indians"
Sir Walter Raliegh
Lost Roanoke is also know as
first angelo birth documented on the American colony
(Name of Child / Mother)
Virginia Dare / Elenore Dare
What was the english motives for Colonization of the New World
Over populated land use!
No farming and herded sheep people where out of jobs and jails where getting full
Metals gold silver copper
Route to the indies
Religion and reformation
Preacher/ Mercantist who wrote "Discourage Concerning Western Planting"
Sire Richard Hakluyt
Economic theory and system / commercailism
Raw Material - Market for finish products - full employment - favorable trade balance - growing industry
Treatise for the Queen
Muscovy was mostly used for
Levant was mostly used for
Wool in M. Easdt
African was used for
Slaves gold cotton and wool
Rule by "Divine Right" - commissioned the bible - ruled bc God put him there
What was the first Joint Stock CO. of the Virginia Branch
What was the 2nd Joint Stock CO.
Who was hired for the London Co. and found land May 14th
What were the sealed orders for the London Co.
100 miles where they were protected
"Overburthened with wood" do not go into forest
Stay healthy non warlike Indians lives
What was the result of London Co.
What caused failure fro the Plymouth Co.
Weather and disease
Suspend Dale's Law
Who wrote Slavery to Freedom
John Hope Franklin
Jamestown: When and why as it sucessful
1. Tobacco 2. Private Prop 3. Family`
Who ended starving time and how?
John Rolfe, brought some tobacco seeds and planted them next to other tobacco which created a new tobacco called "Orinoco Tobacco"
What was the general assembly of Virgina
The house of Burgesses
20 geographic representation
Three Readings before passing
1st law passed for the Virgania Gov. required
"no injury done to Indians whereby the present peace might be disturbed"
Wrote 95 protest against the serious sins, took out the appocratha
France to swiss, wanted to get it back like the beginning and purify and have congregation, as long as your God's he whill shine down on you there should be nothing but the bible that takes you away
Married his brother's widow for geopolitical and military reasons, Created the the Anglican church (Quakers, Presbyterian, Separatist)
What is the common name for Separatist and Noncomforist
1602 , Scrooby Notinghamshire forest , William Brewster
1608, Amsterdam later Lyden, Saincts "dutchifcation"
What are the serious sins
What is the sin called that is loaning money to make money
What is the sin called when buying and selling of the church office
What is the sin called when have people pray for you if you give them money
Religous leaderd who "set up a meeting apart on Lord's day" Set up his own church
Religious leader was called "the lord of misrule" / Maypole
"comely young women"
Later had two wives made inquiries
Sir Christopher Gardiner
1631 a puritian theologian with a Cambrigde education , son if tailor/merchant
"soul liberty" religious errors punished with religious weapons
Denied the right of king to grant title of soil
Attacked "puritain oligarchs"
Was an antinomian thinker - not bound by civil law but by God's direction to the individual - the holy spirit directs you Inner Law - stressed "Holy Spirit" less on strict moral rigif code
Anne Marbury Hutchinson
This reduces the authority of Puritan male leadership
When was the sabbath in purtain new england
Sundown Saturday - Sundown Sunday
Where was the meeting house and what how did it look
"a slightly location"
lozenge shaped window oiled paper
How were people called to meetings and when
drums, horn, shell, flag @ 9
How where the meeting maintained
Laws such as " Profanation of the Lords day shall be punished by fine, imprisionment or corparal punishment..." " no one shall travel cook...etc"
How long were the services
9 - noon
Salem Mass 1684 - 92
"The Woeful Decade"
"the believer of the supernatural
Four elements of convictions
Magistates assuming guilt
Accused struggling to respond to question
Afflicated demonstrated torment
Audience involvement in Commentary
"Stood mute" pressed to death
"Let us all say Amen!"
Rev. Timonthy Culter
"Faithful Narrative" Talked from the heart not from reading gave an emotional appeal
Rev. Jonathan Edwards
Traveled all over the colonies to preach
Problem: preachhed in the south and thought slavery was good
Rev. George Whitefeild
"preaching to the heart heart rather than to reason"
Results of the Great Awakening
Education, Ivy League School
Music, Psalm singing
Principles the mainland colonies: when what and who
$ - 1607 - Tobacco - English - John Smith
Principles the mainland colonies: when what and who