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HIST 101-NATIVES AND NEWCOMERS.docx

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NATIVES AND NEWCOMERS(1000-1663)
-WHEN CARTIER ENTERED THE BAIE DES CHALEURS HE MET NATIVES PROBABLY
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-at the beginning of the 16th century Europe was experiencing a period of rapid change
-The feudal system was breaking down
-Slavery was widely practiced especially in southern and eastern Europe Portugal and
Spain beginning to engage in African slave trade
-The guilds that had once made rules to ensure the protection of artisans gave way to
capitalist enterprises that hired workers for wages
-Women were punished if they broke social norms as witchcraft trials attested
-Martin Luther led the challenge against the pope(head of roman catholic church) the
reformation of Christianity led to a counter reformation by the pope
-Christian church split into catholic and protestant variants
-Wars between Catholics and Protestants spread across Europe usually ended with only
one variant of Christianity allowed in a state
-Innovation of techniques of ship construction navigation and armament production was
a major factor in the successful overseas expansion of Europe.
-The new printing press helped to spread new ideas and encourage individual initiative
-The Turks pushed Europe further into exploring overseas due to their capture of
Constantinople, which blocked traders from traveling to Far East, prevented Europe
from getting products much in demand
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