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Useful Online Resources: Useful Online Resources Center for History and New Media website: http://chnm.gmu.edu / www.worldhistorymatters.org www.besthistorysites.net www.nationalhumanitiescenter.org www.encyclopedia.com European Exploration and the Columbian Exchange: European Exploration and the Columbian Exchange 14th Century Europe: A Continent in Transition: 14 th Century Europe: A Continent in Transition Decline of Feudalism The Black Death (1347) Commercial Opportunity and the Loosening of Capital Consolidation of Nation-States “God, Glory, and Gold:” The Motivations for Exploration: “God, Glory, and Gold:” The Motivations for Exploration The Rise of European Capitalism The search for new markets and precious m etals A Sea Route to Asia Spice Trade Arab Controlled Halt the Spread of Islam Ottoman Turks conquer Byzantine Empire in 1453 Technological Advances: Technological Advances Arab Technology and Knowledge Algebra Astrolabe Quadrant Caravel, Lateen Sail Astrolabe dated to 1388 The Expansion of Europe: The Expansion of Europe Unknown source of African gold Portugal explores African coast Columbus to the “West Indies” The scramble to harvest the “New World” The Columbian Exchange: The Columbian Exchange Ecological Exchange Consequences intended and unintended An Uneven Exchange: An Uneven Exchange Virgin Soil Epidemics The Globalization of New World crops Increasing global hegemony of Western European culture The Modern World-System Emerges: The Modern World-System Emerges The Sugar Revolution The Slave Trade The Atlantic World Colonization Important Themes and Terms: Important Themes and Terms Global Expansion of Maritime Trade Emergence of a New World System European Capitalism Global Trade Networks Primitive Accumulation Global Network of Ideas and Commodities Established the Ideological, Economic, Commercial, and Political Foundations for the Modern World Terms: Feudalism The Black Death Spice Trade Caravel/Lateen Sail Columbian Exchange Virgin Soil Epidemic Atlantic World Slave Trade/Triangle Trade For More Information, See: For More Information, See The Columbian Exchange: Plants, Animals, and Disease between the Old and New Worlds Alfred W . Crosby, Professor Emeritus, University of Texas at Austin http:// nationalhumanitiescenter.org/tserve/nattrans/ntecoindian/essays/columbianb.htm Louis de Vorsey , (2001). "The Tragedy of the Columbian Exchange". In McIlwraith, Thomas F; Muller, Edward K. North America: The Historical Geography of a Changing Continent . Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield . Nathan Nunn; Nancy Qian, (2010). "The Columbian Exchange: A History of Disease, Food, and Ideas". Journal of Economic Perspectives 24 (2): 163–188. Also the Wikipedia page for “Age of Discovery” is extremely detailed and thorough. This page is certainly a useful resource for this topic. http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Age_of_discovery The “Timeline of European exploration” page is useful as well http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_European_exploration

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