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Department
History
Course
HISA04H3
Professor
William Nelson
Semester
Fall

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HISA01 Sept. 17 Explorers ran into problems of how to identify things that they ‘discovered’ while arriving in new lands. How to identify new/unknown things:  Talk to natives o Is hard to do so as language barrier. o The unfamiliar in terms of the familiar = unknown in terms of the known. o These problems of not knowing things leads to problems, which are both understandable and problematic (leads to cultural assumptions).  Compare to known things o Looks like… so must be…  Classification Columbus and the Taino There was money needed after the reconquest of the Holy Lands (Jerusalem etc.) from the Muslims in name of Spanish. Religion was a way to show others who they were  Put a cross in the ground and assumption of being Christian. Spanish put idea of Garden of Eden for the Americas  Tainos: natives of where Columbus landed.  Tainos were to represent innocence
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