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Multibillion Dollar Shipwreck Found Off Colombia - Seeker - 0 views

  • Colombia has found what may be the holy grail of treasure shipwrecks - an 18th century Spanish galleon that went down off the country's coast with a treasure of gold, coins and precious stones now valued between $4 billion and $17 billion.
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      Why do you think this ship went down? The rest of the article will explain, but take a guess!
  • The remains matched details of the San Jose reported in historical accounts.
  • dolphin-stamped bronze cannons that confirm the ship's identity. Weapons, ceramics and porcelain vases were also noted at the wreck site
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  • The vessel was trying to outrun a fleet of British warships off the island of Baru on June 8, 1708, when an explosion sent it to the bottom of the Caribbean Sea.
  • Without room for any doubt, we have found, 307 years after it sank,
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      TEST
  • Colombian President Juan Manuel
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The Exploration and Conquest of the New World | Boundless US History - 0 views

  • In 1492, Christopher Columbus, supported by the Spanish government, undertook a voyage to find a new route to Asia and inadvertently encountered “new” lands in the Americas full of long established communities and cultures.
  • Jacques Cartier undertook a voyage to present-day Canada for the French government, where they began the settlement of New France, developing the fur industry and fostering a more respectful relationship with many of the inhabitants.
  • Spanish conquistadors invaded areas of Central and South America looking for riches, ultimately destroying the powerful Aztec and Inca cultures.
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      A conquistador is a Spanish warrior explorer.
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  • deeply affected by the invaders’ interactions with indigenous groups—interactions that, through a combination of violence and disease, resulted in massive declines in indigenous populations.
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      What are the three effects on Natives
  • The Spanish Empire
  • Colonial expansion under the Spanish Empire was initiated by the Spanish conquistadors and developed by the Monarchy of Spain through its administrators and missionaries.
  • motivations for colonial expansion were trade and the spread of the Christian faith through indigenous conversions.
  • The Exploration and Conquest of the New World
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      What form of Christianity was being forced on Native?
  • Major French exploration of North America began under the rule of Francis I, King of France. In 1524,
  • A major French settlement lay on the island of Hispaniola, where France established the colony of Saint-Domingue on the western third of the island in 1664.
  • Shortly after Columbus’ first voyage to the New World, the British Empire funded an exploratory mission of its own led by John Cabot. Cabot explored the North American continent,
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      What are three causes?
  • Upon the death of Christopher Columbus,
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      What are three places the British took over?
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The Columbian Exchange at a glance - North Carolina Digital History - 0 views

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    Chart on Columbian Exchange, with links to other Charts.
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The De Soto expedition - North Carolina Digital History - 0 views

  • De Soto’s expedition through the southeastern United States in 1539–43 was one of the earliest of the early contacts between Europeans and native peoples. Research on the expedition has contributed in no small way to the “quantum leap” in our understanding of the age. In a cluster of related projects that have drawn on an unusual cross-fertilization between historical and archaeological research, a group of scholars in the Southeast is attempting to plot the route that de Soto took, as a way of understanding the “social geography” of the native societies he met. The work on the de Soto expedition offers a revealing snapshot of the growing body of research on the earliest encounters between the civilizations of Europe and the Americas.
  • Hoping to find the riches that other Spanish explorers had discovered in Central and South America, de Soto landed in May 1539 near Tampa Bay, Fla., with about 600 men, a few hundred horses, packs of dogs, and a large herd of pigs. The army set out north and west through Florida.
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    de Soto Route in the southeast United States.  
cglosser c

▶ Turning Points in History - Age of Exploration - YouTube - 0 views

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      This video talks about the world's famous explorers.
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      The world's most famous european explorers thought the whales were monsters in the water
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    This is a video talking about the age of exploration
John Woodbridge

The Mariners' Museum | EXPLORATION through the AGES - 0 views

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    Tools of navigation
John Woodbridge

The Mariners' Museum | EXPLORATION through the AGES - 1 views

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    Columbian Exchange and map making info
jmarks j

Digital History - 3 views

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      Creed means: statement of faith that describes the beliefs shared by a religious community.  This is talking about religion.
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      Idolaters:  people who worship idols
  • no creed and they are not idolaters,
  • very gentle and do not know what it is to be wicked, or to kill others, or to steal
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  • they are sure that we come from Heaven
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      Why does Columbus think the natives should become Christians? 
  • They have no iron or steel, nor any weapons.
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      What is Columbus really saying?  What do these words mean? 
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      He's saying that he can conquer them easily.
  • They willingly traded everything they owned.
  • They do not bear arms, and do not know them, for I showed them a sword, they took it by the edge and cut themselves out of ignorance. With fifty men we could subjugate them all and make them do whatever we want.
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      What does Columbus say here?  What does he mean by subjugate them? 
  • They brought us parrots and balls of cotton and spears and many other things, which they exchanged for the glass beads and hawks' bells.
  • How accurate do you consider Columbus's description of the New World?
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      These are very important question to think about Christopher Columbus.
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      This graph is also important because it talks about diseases that affected the indian population.
  • 3. Why, according to Columbus, should Spain be interested in colonizing the New World?
  • 2. How does Columbus describe the Indians
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      This is a graph talking about the explorers that visited the Americas.
    • jmarks j
       
      It talks about the travelers who discovered new things in or near the Americas.
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    Primary document of Columbus words to the King. 
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