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HIST1055 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Osman I, Janissaries, Jizya

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10 Sep 2015
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Fall of constantinople and the rise of the ottomans. Distilling information - burn o the water only big questions. History is interpretation selecting
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HIST1055 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pathogenic Bacteria, Black Death, Feudalism

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25 Apr 2017
0
Christopher columbus arrives in spain: right place, right time. Maps, boundaries, and the ordering of the early modern world. Started in southwest chin
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HIST1055 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ming Dynasty, Zheng He

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25 Apr 2017
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This class argues: the atlantic empires (1450-1815 ex. China believed they were center of the world. Felt threats from southeast asia - sent out succes
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BCHIST1055FarberFall

HIST1055 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Lope De Aguirre, World Politics

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25 Apr 2017
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Political conflicts among native americans contributed to the conquistadors" successes, but the spanish empire had political problems of its own. First
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BCHIST1055FarberFall

HIST1055 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Yellow Fever

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25 Apr 2017
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Europeans didn"t make any products that anyone (but them) wanted. Able to trade for more: textiles, spices from east asia. Many of these goods could th
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HIST1055 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Puritans

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25 Apr 2017
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Cannot be mapped onto one empire or state. England becomes officially affiliated with protestant community. Massachusetts formed by puritans who are tr
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BCHIST1055FarberFall

HIST1055 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Upper Class, Social Class

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25 Apr 2017
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Describe the household"s turn toward the market. Inventory of the goods people had listed in their wills. Used to disperse the goods amongst heirs, etc
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HIST1055 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Syphilis, Iroquois, Smallpox

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25 Apr 2017
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What"s a major reason that the attacks on jamaica and cartagena island had different. Does not just affect civilizations it reshapes them and changes h
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HIST1055 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: British Sugar, Indentured Servant, Headright

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25 Apr 2017
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By 1750 ce, what did it have that new france. Moves forward under auspices of joint-stock company (like dutch east. Military leadership colonists didn"
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HIST1055 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Guerrilla Warfare, Plano Real, Utopia

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25 Apr 2017
0
Now: english: from pirates to settlers and planters. Huge population increase in british north american colonies from 1650- Henry vii of tudor won war
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HIST 1055 Lecture 9: Lecture 9: Production

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25 Apr 2017
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Power transition from southern europe to northern europe. Sugar production doesn"t rise naturally" to meet demand - force, violence, and compulsion are
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HIST1055 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Bank Of Amsterdam, Atlantic Slave Trade

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25 Apr 2017
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Explain the usefulness of two dutch financial technologies (and what they did)> Sugar production doesn"t rise naturally to meet demand - forced and pol
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