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The pursuit of wealth…..
Overpopulation Economic Distress Social Unrest Religious Persecution
The indigenous population must be subdued, assimilated and/or converted to the culture of the colonists.
Aggressive Humanitarianism Desire for improvement Pursuit of Wealth
Became great at colonizing nations at the end of the MIDDLE AGES..
Portugal began with trading ports in Africa and Asia. Vasco Da Gama
Spain was more focused on the Americas This is reflected in the culture of Latin America today Hernando Cortez
BRAZIL was colonized by Portugal
These countries began to colonize in the late 16 th and early 17 th century.
Helped to stimulate the Industrial Revolution (especially in Great Britain)
Both emerged as an Industrial Powers in the late 19 th century and embarked on their own colonial competition.
The New Imperialism
The Age of Imperialism Imperialism: The takeover of a country or territory by a stronger nation with the intent of dominating the economic, political.
For centuries before the Renaissance, European traders traveled back and forth across the Mediterranean Merchants commonly journeyed from southern.
Why were the Europeans in Africa?. SS7H1 SS7H1 The student will analyze continuity and change in Africa leading to the 21st century. a. Explain how the.
■ Essential Question: – What factors encouraged the European Age of Exploration? ■ Warm-Up: – Have a seat! We will go over your assignment from yesterday.
Unit: Latin America. Mexico, The Caribbean, Central America, and South America make up Latin America Latin America is located in the Western Hemisphere.
Exploring the World The Age of Exploration
The American Revolution and British North America What is a revolution?
The Age of Exploration SS6H6: The student will analyze the impact of European exploration and colonization on various world regions.
European Age of Discovery Why Europeans were interested in discovering new lands and some of the important explorers.
Imperial China China in the 19 th Century before the nationalist revolution in 1912 and the communist revolution in 1945 Imperial China.
The Age of Imperialism Red-coated British soldiers stand at attention around a royal pavilion during a ceremony in India. Britain’s Queen Victoria.
1. What major impact did Europeans have on indigenous Americans? 2. What mneumonic helps you to remember that impact? 3. Give the letter and what it stands.
Imperialism Background New Imperialism Africa and Asia.
New Imperialism. Colonialism A policy of politically dominating a dependent territory or people. Developed for settlement or commercial intentions.
1. To dwell in the past is foolish. To forget the past is a disgrace. 2.
Vasco da Gama. Who was Vasco da Gama? Vasco da Gama was an explorer. He lived in Portugal. He was born in 1460 and died in Vasco learned to swim,
The beginnings of globalization COLONIALISM COLONIALISM: A set of unequal relationships[political, economic, cultural] between the METROPOLE and the.
World History. Forms of Control European countries demanded influence over the economic, political and social lives of the people in Africa They wanted.
The Scramble for Africa Causes of Late 19 th Century European Imperialism Economic –Industrialization Raw materials needed for European industries.
The Pros and Cons of Imperialism At the Turn of the 20 th Century US History I Unit 2.
America Claims An Empire Guiding Question: What motivated the U.S. to move from an isolationist foreign policy to become a global power at the end of the.
European Age of Discovery (Age of Exploration). What were the causes of European exploration?
The Age of Imperialism Red-coated British soldiers stand at attention around a royal pavilion during a ceremony in India. Britains Queen Victoria.
Three Worlds Meet. “Three Worlds Meet” Outline Peopling the Americas – Coming to America – Empires Flourish North American Societies to 1492 – Native.
America Grows Imperialism and Progressivism. Admin. Issues Tests back tomorrow Industrialization Homework back later in the week Todays homework due Thursday.
The Age of Exploration The Age of Exploration Ch. 6 Sec. 1 Exploration and Expansion.
Chapter 25 The Age of Western Imperialism Chapter 25 The Age of Western Imperialism Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ
Unit 1 Notes 2. Most powerful nations worked to gather as much wealth as possible The belief was that money = power Since England did not have access.
PLEASE Read the assignment board for todays activities Sharpen pencils!! Take out Do Now Sheet Copy Homework into your agenda.
The Industrial Revolution Industrial Revolution though those dates are flexible and it continues in all stages across the globe.
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