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America’s History Eighth Edition CHAPTER 1 Colliding Worlds 1450‒1600 Copyright © 2014 by Bedford/St. Martin’s James A. Henretta Eric Hinderaker Rebecca.

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1 America’s History Eighth Edition CHAPTER 1 Colliding Worlds 1450‒1600 Copyright © 2014 by Bedford/St. Martin’s James A. Henretta Eric Hinderaker Rebecca Edwards Robert O. Self

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3 I. The Native American Experience A. The First Americans 1. Migration from Asia 2. Hunters and Gatherers 3. Agriculture

4 I. The Native American Experience B. American Empires 1. Aztecs 2. Incas

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7 I. The Native American Experience C. Chiefdoms and Confederacies 1. The Mississippi Valley 2. Eastern Woodlands 3. The Great Lakes

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10 I. The Native American Experience C. Chiefdoms and Confederacies (cont.) 4. The Great Plains and Rockies 5. The Arid Southwest 6. The Pacific Coast

11 I. The Native American Experience D. Patterns of Trade 1. Regional trade networks 2. Long-distance trade 3. Generosity and authority

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13 I. The Native American Experience E. Sacred Power 1. Animism 2. Women’s spiritual roles 3. Men’s spiritual roles 4. Warfare

14 II. Western Europe: The Edge of the Old World A. Hierarchy and Authority 1. Monarchs and nobles 2. Men governed families 3. Importance of eldest son

15 II. Western Europe: The Edge of the Old World B. Peasant Society 1. The Peasantry 2. The Peasant’s Fate

16 II. Western Europe: The Edge of the Old World C. Expanding Trade Networks 1. Byzantine civilization 2. The Italian Renaissance 3. Economic revolution in northern and Western Europe

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19 II. Western Europe: The Edge of the Old World D. Myths, Religions, and Holy Warriors 1. The Rise of Christianity

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21 II. Western Europe: The Edge of the Old World D. Myths, Religions, and Holy Warriors (cont.) 2. The Crusades 3. The Reformation

22 III. West and Central Africa: Origins of the Atlantic Slave Trade A. Empires, Kingdoms, and Ministates 1. Sudanic civilization 2. West African empires 3. Importance of gold 4. Kingdoms and ministates

23 III. West and Central Africa: Origins of the Atlantic Slave Trade B. Trans-Saharan Africa and Coastal Trade 1. European trade in Africa 2. The slave trade

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26 III. West and Central Africa: Origins of the Atlantic Slave Trade C. The Spirit World 1. Islam 2. African animism

27 IV. Exploration and Conquest A. Portuguese Expansion 1. Prince Henry’s efforts 2. Italian explorers 3. The sugar islands

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32 IV. Exploration and Conquest B. The African Slave Trade 1. Slavery in Africa 2. Europeans’ entry into the slave trade

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34 IV. Exploration and Conquest C. Sixteenth-Century Incursions 1. Columbus and the Caribbean 2. The Spanish Invasion 3. Cabral and Brazil

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