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When is that, again???
History is Written by the Winner Photo by davespilbrowdavespilbrow
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World Expo Chicago, 1893 AMERICA Has Arrived!!!
WOW!!! Even Cooler!!!
What should we call it? Photo by Fabiana ZoncaFabiana Zonca
The “Columbian Exposition”
come about??? So how did
Italian Immigrants Circa 1900
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You mean it was all about politics?
As a former governor of New York, FDR wanted to thank the ethnic voters who had supported his candidacy. Map by André KoehneAndré Koehne
revisionism by Jeff FrankenhauserJeff Frankenhauser
Interpretations of history change over time. by Jeff FrankenhauserJeff Frankenhauser
John Gast, American Progress (1872) progress The way we used to see it.
Visionary? Photographed by ClarkSuiClarkSui
Rage Against the Machine “Sleep Now in the Fire” The Battle for Los Angeles Photo by Stephen McleodStephen Mcleod Listen on YouTube
Photo by Viktoriya Malova RATM to Columbus:
Some on Purpose
Some by Accident
Some because we were left with no other choice...
Was this one of them?
Some people think so.
It’s about the values Columbus represents.
Christianity & Capitalism
Photo by Stephen McleodStephen Mcleod Socialism
John Gast, American Progress (1872)
A European Import?
Aztec Human Sacrifice Human sacrifice as shown in the Codex Magliabechiano
Anyone can be judged.
A PERMANENT trade relationship between Europe and the Americas
Animals Photo by Yathin S Krishnappa Photo by Dana Boomer
bubonic plague chicken pox common cold influenza leprosy malaria measles smallpox typhoid typhus whooping cough yellow fever yaws Diseases Old World
bejel Chagas disease pinta Syphilis Diseases New World
“At Parade, No Apologies for Columbus” New York Times (13 Oct 2008) “How Columbus Day Fell Victim to Its Own Success” “How Columbus Day Fell Victim to Its Own Success” The Atlantic (8 Oct 2012)
Lesson 5.2. Contact between any two peoples geographically separated from one another results in an ‘exchange’ of physical elements Because Columbus.
Columbian Exchange. Exploring New Land America Vespucci New Land led to all countries claiming the territory. Spain –Claimed the southwest; even through.
Columbian Exchange Aim/Goal: What impact did Spanish and Portuguese explorations have on the Western Hemisphere? Do Now: Cortes (Spain), with only 500.
The Columbian Exchange EQ: Why would the 'Columbian Exchange‘ be the most important result of European colonization of The Americas?
Unit 1 - From New World To Revolution Lesson 2 – Discovering /Settling the New World.
The Columbian Exchange And Triangular Trade EQ: What was the Columbian Exchange and triangular trade?
Aim: What changes did the Spanish Conquest of South America bring? Do Now: How would life be different if another country took over the U.S.?
Spanish America. Impact of Columbus’ discovery When did Columbus set sail? Where did Columbus sail from? What were the names of the ships? Why did Columbus.
The Columbian Exchange The Columbian Exchange. Western Hemisphere (New World) Eastern Hemisphere (Old World)
A Story of Geography, Trade, & the Migration of Goods & People Cory May - 4/18/2011.
Topics Review: Theories explaining origins of Native Americans Columbus & the Rise of the Atlantic World True or false The Spanish were the first to practice.
The. Take TenGet Five The Columbian Exchange When explorers created contacted between Europe & the Americas, the interaction with Native Americans led.
What was the Columbian Exchange?. Columbian Exchange The explorers created contact between Europe & the Americas. Interaction with Native Americans led.
The Colombian Exchange The exchange of physical elements such as, plants, animals, diseases, and weapons.
The Columbian Exchange Unit 8 Notes. What was the Columbian Exchange? The explorers created contact between Europe & the Americas. Interaction with Native.
Christopher Columbus and The Columbian Exchange. Ships Sailed for Spain because Italy said no 3 ships: –Nina –Pinta –Santa Marie.
20.4 – The Columbian Exchange. Exchange Global transfer of foods, plants, & animals – Americas Europe, Africa, & Asia Most Important: – Corn & Potatoes.
Exploration and Colonization of the New World United States History.
AMERICAN COLONIAL MEDICINE By Jonathon Erlen, Ph.D.
Bell Ringer: Monday What are some of your favorite foods/What did you have for dinner last night? First 5 min. for completion stamp.
The Columbian Exchange. What's Wrong With This Video? Is this the Truth?
The Columbian Exchange. Definition: The transfer of peoples, animals, plants and diseases between the New and the Old Worlds. Resulted from the European.
Aztecs Fall of Tenochtitlan They had heavy rains for a period of 5 years. This caused massive flooding They had heavy rains for a period.
NotesNotes. How to take lecture notes… Three Sister Farming.
S.P.E.C. it out! Columbus Landing at Guanahani, 1492 John Vanderlyn, 1847.
The Columbian Exchange AP World History AP World History.
The Columbian Exchange And Triangular Trade What was the Columbian Exchange? The explorers created contact between Europe and the Americas. Interaction.
European Exploration and Settlement: European Ideas and Events impacting North America Crusades begin Marco Polo explores China.
Christopher Columbus SS book pg 135 – 138 Made by Kevin Roper.
Two Worlds Meet. 1) Old World : Refers to all lands in the Eastern Hemisphere (except Australia). The known world to Europeans in ) New World :
The First Americans were the Washutaw Muurs. They were Native Americans. The Native Americans arrived on foot they followed the animals to there destination.
Aim: What was the “Columbian Exchange” and how has it effected history and culture? Following this short presentation there will be a quiz on this material.
Bell Ringer Why were the American Colonist upset with the English government after the French and Indian War? What is another name for the French and Indian.
C OLUMBIAN E XCHANGE World History /// Friday Nov. 19, 2010 /// Paulson.
The Columbian Exchange “European Immigrants are all over the place, which requires explanation” Alfred Crosby.
Unit Two Day Three Teacher’s Edition. The Columbian Exchange exploited the people of the New World in order for European powers to gain wealth and build.
The Columbian Exchange. What is the Columbian Exchange? Term was coined by Historian Al Crosby of the University of Texas Contact between any two peoples.
1.What were the Americas like prior to Columbus arriving? 2.What motivated European exploration and what new technology made it possible? 3.What are some.
The Columbian Exchange & Triangular Trade I can analyze how European contact in the Americas impacted the world via the Columbian a Exchange and Triangular.
European Colonization ► Reasons: ► Gold ► Glory ► God ► Mercantilism – economic system that determines country power by: ► 1. resources ► 2. exports ►
Transatlantic Encounters United States History: Mr. Vanderporten.
European Exploration. Countries of Exploration ► Portugal ► Spain ► France ► England.
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS Christopher Columbus was born in 1451, to a family of wool weavers. When he was a young man he went to sea and became an experienced.
Age of Exploration Who, Why, When, Etc…... Spain and Portugal on eve of Encounter Reconquista Reconquista Expulsion of Muslims and Jews Expulsion of Muslims.
Chapter 16. What is the Scientific Revolution? Beginning of modern science Scientists said: Challenge ALL accepted knowledge ONLY believe if it is.
Columbian Exchange AP World History Period
The Columbian Exchange. Before 1492 Two very different ecosystems Two different disease pools Two sets of flora and fauna Two sets of culturally diverse.
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