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Chapter 16 AP World History Outline

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Chapter 16 The World Economy I. Introduction A. What are consequences of? 1. Voyages of Columbus 2. Exploration of Europeans 3. Empires built by European conquerors/missionaries B. Consequences 1. Power shift 2. Redefinition of interchange D. Patterns of diffusion 1. Classical ? developing regional economies/cultures ? Medit./China a. External conflicts existed, but not that important 2. Postclassical Era ? contacts increase a. Missionary religions spread b. Interregional trade key component of economies ? bet. continents c. Some regions dominated trade ? Muslims then Mongols 3. 1450-1750 ? Eve of the Early Modern Period a. New areas of world brought into global community ? Americas b. Rate of global trade increased ? Southeast Asia

France Absolutism

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How? reflects trends toward Absolutism Preparation towards? How king rose power Kings told kingdom were supported to rule by God Kings organized professional army- royal army- total power of Constructed palace of Versailles? glorifying self How lowered power of nobility Louis XIV eliminates estates general Required nobles to serve him with rituals Controlled nobles activities in palace Obey commands of lords(king) in exchange for land Versailles=Magnifence Symbol of absolutism and model of ?sun king? Office of medals: came up with ways in honoring his everyday life First master of modern propaganda Like new church? Celling like Sistine chapel Manorism- painting in manor of Michelangelo Louis-bedroom center of palace- sung king, sun center in universe

Terms and Questions, Chapter 3 Palmer Textbook

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AP Euro Homework, Chapter 3 (Palmer) Please know the following terms at a minimum: emergent capitalism Columbian Exchange cultural relativism commodity (as in sugar...) conquistadore mestizo mulatto Manila galleons inflation capital "putting out" system spinster naval stores usury commercial capitalism mercantilism (!) tariff system yeomanry landed gentry freeholder grands seigneurs bourgois bourgeoisie hidalgos tax exemption robot Treaty of Tordesillas Potosi mines Know who the following people are and how they impacted this phase of European history: Vasco de Gama St. Francis Xavier Hernando Cortes Francisco Pizarro Magellan Pedro Cabral Johann Fugger

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Chapter 4 The Bonds of Empire 1660-1750 Introduction 4 major questions: How did the Glorious Revolution shape relations between England and its North American colonies? What were the most important consequences of British mercantilism for the mainland colonies? What factors explain the relative strengths of the British, French, and Spanish empires in North America Introduction (cont.) What were the most significant results of the Enlightenment and Great Awakening in the British colonies? Rebellion and War, 1660-1713 Introduction Until the restoration of the Stuart kings in 1660, England made little effort to rule its overseas territories With the accession of Charles II (ruled from 1660-1685) England sought to expand its empire and trade Impose royal authority on its colonies

Early colonies of America notes 2

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?PAGE ? ?PAGE ?2? Ch. 3-5 Notes ? Colony Notes Outline #2 The Bonds of Empire: 1660-1750 The Dominion of New England -1684- King revokes Bay Colony charter WHY? -crown wanted to rule w/o Puritan influence -Mass. was ignoring Navigation Acts (they were smuggling) -get rid of Representative Assemblies -wanted military men to be Governors (strong military rule) -king had been told by ?fact finders? to the colonies that the Puritans weren?t popular in Mass. WHAT MADE PURITANS UNPOPULAR? YOU HAD TO BE A PURITAN SAINT WHO HAD A CONVERSION EXPERIENCE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

world history review 3

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AP Multiple Choice Questions 1750 ? 1914 The first successful revolution in the Caribbean and South America was launched in: a) Haiti b) Argentina c) Cuba d) Colombia e) Jamaica Answer: A In the nineteenth century, women?s use of bound feet (China), white face paint (Japan), and corsets (Western Europe) are examples of which of the following? a) Practices that inhibit female activities b) The beauty of middle-class women c) Fashions that spread worldwide d) The middle class? setting the fashion for women e) Women?s participation in the workforce Answer: A ?Extraterritoriality? can best be described as which of the following? a) Exemption of foreigners from the laws of the country in which they live

Chapter 16 Voc.

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Chapter 16 The World Economy I. Introduction A. What are consequences of? 1. Voyages of Columbus 2. Exploration of Europeans 3. Empires built by European conquerors/missionaries B. Consequences 1. Power shift 2. Redefinition of interchange D. Patterns of diffusion 1. Classical ? developing regional economies/cultures ? Medit./China a. External conflicts existed, but not that important 2. Postclassical Era ? contacts increase a. Missionary religions spread b. Interregional trade key component of economies ? bet. continents c. Some regions dominated trade ? Muslims then Mongols 3. 1450-1750 ? Eve of the Early Modern Period a. New areas of world brought into global community ? Americas b. Rate of global trade increased ? Southeast Asia

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Chapter 16 The World Economy I. Introduction A. What are consequences of? 1. Voyages of Columbus 2. Exploration of Europeans 3. Empires built by European conquerors/missionaries B. Consequences 1. Power shift 2. Redefinition of interchange D. Patterns of diffusion 1. Classical ? developing regional economies/cultures ? Medit./China a. External conflicts existed, but not that important 2. Postclassical Era ? contacts increase a. Missionary religions spread b. Interregional trade key component of economies ? bet. continents c. Some regions dominated trade ? Muslims then Mongols 3. 1450-1750 ? Eve of the Early Modern Period a. New areas of world brought into global community ? Americas b. Rate of global trade increased ? Southeast Asia

Purifying the Nation

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Part A. Wendell Phillips Wendell Phillips believed in the abolition of slavery and denounced the Constitution because slavery was allowed under it. He also believed in advocating women?s and Native American?s rights, universal suffrage and temperance. Phillips was known as the voice of the anti-slavery movement, delivering speeches as a great public figure in the Anti-Slavery Society in 1835. He also wrote pamphlets for William Lloyd Garrison?s The Liberator on abolition. He was very successful in promoting reform, he was able to further his career because of his popularity among the public. Replacing Garrison, he became President of the Anti-Slavery Society. He lived to see his progress to the Constitution which was the 13th, 14th and 15th amendment.

Mercantilism and Colonial Grievances

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Mercantilism and Colonial Grievances All colonies but Georgia(formally planted by BR) were founded by trading companies, religious groups, land speculators Mercantilism- limited amount of wealth in world Get most gold/silver by regulate manufacturing trade, and production within country and its colonies GB would purchase raw materials from colonies at low price determined by BR Gov. Colonies required purchasing certain goods from BR and selling certain goods to only BR Led to bitterness on part of colonists who had little input in economic policies Exports > Imports Navigation Acts- BR response to illegal colonial trade in 1651 Goods traded from NA colonies had to be shipped in either colonial or BR ships

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