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U.S. History from 5,500 B.C. To Before the American Revolution, vocabulary

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U.S. History from 5,500 B.C. to Before the American Revolution History 1302 at Tarrant County College Agricultural revolution 5,500 BCE in Mesoamerica, the southern half of Mexico and Latin America, People became more sedentary and grew crops like maize Tenochtitlan Capital of Aztecs, site of present-day Mexico City, 100,000 people in 1500 Leif Eriksson 11th century, Norse seaman, First European to come to the Americas, around Canada Ponce de Leon 1513 in Florida for the Fountain of Youth Vasco de Gama 1497-1499 Water route to India Marco Polo Returned from Asia with exotic spices, cloths, dyes, exotic tales, Europeans craved trade, but limited by long land trip Ferdinand and Isabela
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