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AP History Unit #1 Unit Essential Question 1. What was the collision of cultures and when did it occur?
AP History Unit #1 Key Learning The collision of cultures occurred when Europeans discovered the New World in the late 1400s and explored much of it during the 1500s.
Essential Question 2. What was the history of the Native Americans before the arrival of Europeans?
3. What was the New World like at the time of Christopher Columbus? Essential Question
4. What were the ways in which the peoples of the New and Old Worlds affected each other when their societies came in contact in the late fifteenth century? Essential Question
5. What were the changes taking place in western Europe that resulted in widespread interest in colonization? Essential Question
6. What were the colonial policies of each nation involved in the new world and the effect each had on the future of the Americas? Essential Question
7. What were the reasons for the rivalry between Spain and England during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, and the impact of that rivalry on international affairs? Essential Question
8. What were the African cultures from which black slaves were taken and the early development of slavery? Essential Question
9. What was the role of religion in European efforts to colonize the New World? Essential Question
10. How did the experiences of the English in Ireland influence their efforts to colonize North America? Essential Question
11. What were the first efforts of the English to establish a colony and the reasons for their failure? Essential Question
12. What were the connections that existed between what happened in the Americas and what was happening in the rest of the world? Essential Question
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