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•Who were the first Europeans to come to the Americas?

•What year did they come?

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European Colonization

•Competition between nations

•Mercantilism: engage in colonization to secure raw materials to keep mother country independent, colonies also provide a market for your manufactured goods.

•desire for wealth

•social and religious turmoil

•Northwest Passage

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Columbian Exchange

•The transfer of plants, animals, and diseases between the Americas and Europe, Asia, and Africa (new world and the old world)

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Colombian Exchange

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•In one clear sentence, state the main idea of each paragraph in your own words.

•After you have read the entire essay, in one clear sentence, state the main idea of the essay as a whole.

•Lastly, agree or disagree with the following statement. Use evidence from the readings to support your answer:

Columbian Exchange was a positive thing.

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Push: Conditions that drive people to leave their homes.

Pull: Conditions that attract people to a new area.

Push and Pull Factors

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Push and Pull Factors

Push Pull

climate better job

racial or ethnic pressure

closer to family

fire or flood damageless expensive

housinglack of employment

opportunitiescloser to school

climate

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Spanish French English

push factors

pull factors

what they did when they

arrived

interaction with Native American

groups

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Spanish French English

push factorsPolitical

persecution, militaristic society

pull factors influence, gold, riches, fame, glory

what they did when they

arrived

forced Native American groups to work as slaves on plantations, mined

silver

interaction with Native American

groups

brutal, forced labor, attacked native

culture

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Spanish French English

push factors militaristic society, second sons

lack of economic opportunity

pull factors influence, gold, riches, fame, glory

influence, new land, economic

opportunity (fur trade)

what they did when they

arrived

forced Native American groups to work as slaves on plantations, mined

silver

explored, fur trade

interaction with Native American

groups

brutal, forced labor, attacked native

culture

intermarried, adopted ways of life, treated with

more respect, business partners

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Spanish French English

push factors militaristic society, second sons

lack of economic opportunity

overpopulation, religious and social

conflict.

pull factors influence, gold, riches, fame, glory

influence, new land, economic

opportunity

influence, land, religious freedom,

social reform

what they did when they

arrived

forced Native American groups to work as slaves on plantations, mined

silver

explored, fur tradeexplored, built

colonies

interaction with Native American

groups

brutal, forced labor, attacked native

culture

intermarried, adopted ways of life, treated with

more respect, business partners

some trade but eventually conflict

over land

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Warm – Up Sept. 8

•Please define the following words and come up with an example of each in relation to our class discussions so far:

•World View

•Migrate

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WORLD VIEWDefinition

World View: the perspective from which one sees and interprets the world or a collection of beliefs about life held by an individual or group..

Example from the unit

Native American groups first living on the land that would become the United States viewed the world differently than the European groups they would come into contact with.

Historical Significance

Because Native Americans and European cultures had different world views, these views often conflicted with each other leading to cultural conflict

General Significance

People or groups who view the world from different perspectives are often in conflict with one another, even today.

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MIGRATEDefinition

Migrate: to move from one area or country to another

Example from the unit

Spanish, French, and English settlers migrated from their home countries to the Americas

Historical Significance

European migration to the Americas caused a decline in the Native population, expanded slavery of Africans, and increased the influence of Europe in the Americas

General Significance

Overtime there has been groups of people migrating for different reasons. We still have people migrating to the U.S. today in search of opportunities.

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Spanish•Columbus arrived in 1492.

•1500s Spanish explored the Southwest United States in such of wealth.

•militaristic society

•Spanish society first sons inherited everything. What are the second sons suppose to do?

•brutal treatment of Native Americans.

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French•Arrive, explore

•Become heavily involved in the early fur trade.

•Native Americans were source of furs.

•used good relationships with Native Americans to get furs.

•Intermarried with Native Americans, adopted their ways of life.

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English

•England experiencing religious and social reform.

•Overpopulated.

•Claim land for England, build colonies.

•conflict with Native Americans over land.