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A novel by Theodore Taylor
The Caribbean SEA ISLANDS COASTS
A VAST CHAIN OF ISLANDS 7000 Islands 2500 miles long 160 miles wide
Curacao In the Southern Caribbean Off the coast of Venezuela Its capital is Willemstad
THE ORIGINAL INHABITANTS The Arawak Amerindians.
Arawak words that became English Some Arawak words still commonly used today are: barbacoa (barbecue) hamaca (hammock) canoa (canoe) tabaco (tobacco) yuca (yucca) huracan (hurricane)
The first Europeans to see the island were a Spanish expedition in Europeans1499 The Europeans are coming!
Indentured Servitude The Spaniards exported most of the indigenous population to other colonies where workers were needed.Spaniards
Extinction of a People The Arawak Amerindians were wiped out by Spanish diseases such as smallpox and measles.
Willemstad, Curacao The island was occupied by the Dutch in Dutch 1634
Schottegat; St. Anna Bay TheDutch West India Company founded the capital of Willemstad on the banks of an inlet called the 'Schottegat'.
Fort Amsterdam Many Caribbean islands were colonies of European nations.
A Perfect Harbor for Trade Willemstad proved quickly to be an ideal spot for trade. Commerce and shipping -- but also piracy- Commerce shipping piracy
The Dutch West India Company made Curaçao a center for slave trade in 1662.Dutch West India Company 1662 The Slave Trade
Lake Maracaibo Oil was discovered here in 1914.
Oil Royal Dutch Shell & the Dutch Government built an extensive oil refinery installation, ironically on the former site of the slave-trade market at Asiento.
ATTACK ON THE LAGO REFINERY
Strategic Importance Produced aviation gasoline for the Americans and British during WWII.
But… Three tankers were torpedoed.
Queen Emma Pontoon Bridge
For centuries before the Renaissance, European traders traveled back and forth across the Mediterranean Merchants commonly journeyed from southern.
Three Worlds Meet and Early America An Overview. When: Where: What: 1492 (and beyond) North, Central and South America A mixing of peoples and cultures.
Chapter 2-New Empires in the Americas Section 5 Beginnings of Slavery in the Americas.
AHSGE History I. What colony was the least tolerant of religious diversity?
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
Europeans in North America. Motives for European Conquest After seeing the Spanish successfully establish colonies in the Americas other European countries.
Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Click Once to Begin JEOPARDY! Ch 20 The Atlantic System And Africa,
Colonies in North America. Competing in North America Colony: region controlled by a foreign country French, English, Dutch want a claim in the New World.
U.S. History Standard 1. The student will describe European Settlement in North America during the 17 th century.
Regions of the United States Chapter Seven The South Section Two.
Eastern and Western hemispheres had no sustained contact for thousands of years Columbus Voyages opened era of interaction as well as the Columbian exchange.
Ch. 5, Sec. 4 The Beginnings of Slavery in the Americas.
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
Exploring the World The Age of Exploration
Chapter 26 Review and Discussion. What led to the creation of new states in Africa? Also tell me about kingdom of Zulu? New states New states were founded.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
Imperialism: any form of control exercised by one group of people over another beyond one groups own borders, particularly the domination.
By – Josiah Mejia Period 4. QUESTIONS # Some materials traded with the old world in the Columbian exchange were,_________. a)Horses, Radish, and.
Facts about Ghana and Cocoa. Ghana Ghana, is a west African country, bounded on the north by Burkina Faso. On the east it is bounded by Togo. On the south.
The Atlantic Trade The Triangular Trade. Definition Triangular Trade: Trade routes between Africa, Europe and the Americas during the Atlantic Slave Trade.
NEW PATTERNS OF TRADE. 1. The Columbian Exchange a. pgs b. Columbian Exchange is the name historians give this period of time. It is the exchanging.
European Colonial Expansion Political, Social, & Economic Developments.
The 13 Colonies 4 th Grade Class. The New England Colonies Massachusetts (1620) Rhode Island (1636) Connecticut (1636) New Hampshire (1638)
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
PLEASE Read the assignment board for todays activities Sharpen pencils!! Take out Do Now Sheet Copy Homework into your agenda.
The European Age of Exploration Part II: Divide and Conquer, Colonize, Exploit, Enslave, Rape, Pillage and Kill Graphic scene of violence here.
The English are coming!. The British Cross the Atlantic F rance was not the only European country building an empire. All the imperial powers of Europe.
Holt McDougal, New Empires in the Americas Chapter 2.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
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