HIST1083 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Zero-Sum Game, Calvinism, New England Colonies

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31 Oct 2016
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Atlantic World in the 17th Century
Spanish/Portuguese Pioneers
Distinct Cultural zone
Rise of British and Dutch Empires
Why Did Europe Explore?
Curiosity
Economic incentive
Awareness of riches lay in India
Tradition of expansion
Christianity
Obstacles
Legends
Geographical ignorance
Danger
Poor conditions
From Barrier to Bridge: THe Atlantic World
Distinct identify
Key global zone
Transforms slave network
Large supply
Wealth, resources, potential
Raw material from africa
American Map
Oceanus Occidentalis
Maps as political tool
Reflect knowledge of day
Distance relative
A New World
Interconnected
Diversity
Political and social differences
Slavery
Gains & Losses
Immense material gain
Shok foundations
Columbian Exchange
Legal and illegal blurred
Spain in the 17th Century
Massive silver inflows
Mismanaged
Decline of global super power
Rise of Netherlands, England, and France
Spanish Overreach
Dutch Rebellions (1568-1648)
Dutch New power
Elizabeth I of England
Sir Francis Drake
Spanish Armada (1588)
“God is Spanish”
The Netherlands
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