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@Opcode help please.
i already got the second one, dont answer it
ill try to figure out what i can. i just really need to finish quickly
Well this is pretty old stuff. How did Elizabeth I influence religion in England? Elizabeth I wanted religious toleration from the church. What was the Counter-Reformation? I think you mean Catholic Reformation... It was a retaliation against Protestant Reformation is all I can remember. What were 3 trading (exploration) routes from Europe? The Americas, Sub-Saharan Africa, The Indian Ocean, The Silk routes, China and The South China Sea, Europe and The Mediterranean, and The Atlantic Exploration. How was the purpose of the Columbian Exchange? http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-the-columbian-exchange.htm [First Paragraph] Define Export vs. Import More Exports = More Money More Imports = Less Money
What was the trans-Atlantic slave trade? The time was around the 16th through to the 19th centuries. Slaves where sold in mass numbers. They were transport on ships. Define Nationalism Patriotic feeling, principles, or efforts. (Dictionary) Hold on I'm doing the others too one sec.
but, for the first question. i dont think that describes how Elizabeth I actually did it its just what she did
Hmm. "Elizabeth and her advisers perceived the threat of a Catholic crusade against heretical England. Elizabeth therefore sought a Protestant solution that would not offend Catholics too greatly while addressing the desires of English Protestants; she would not tolerate the more radical Puritans though, who were pushing for far-reaching reforms. As a result, the parliament of 1559 started to legislate for a church based on the Protestant settlement of Edward VI, with the monarch as its head, but with many Catholic elements, such as priestly vestments." - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_I_of_England
that works :D thanks
What were 2 effects of the Portuguese on the Americas? What were 2 effects of the Spanish on the Americas? I'm not sure on these... I think they had some type of importance in the economy and immigration place bu it's iffy.
dont worry about those. ill look em up :)
what was the purpose of the Columbian Exchange?
thats the last one i need
Columbian Exchange is the name given to the era in which livestock, agricultural products, and cultural influences moved between the Eastern and Western Hemispheres. Christopher Columbus’ first voyage to the Americas in 1492 is considered the start of the era. As a result of the Columbian Exchange, societies in both hemispheres benefited from new products and suffered from new diseases. Author and historian Dr. Alfred Crosby is credited with developing the term Columbian Exchange, which was the title of his 1972 book on the subject. A major impact of the Columbian Exchange era was the introduction of new agriculture crops in each hemisphere. Before the Columbian Exchange, there were no potatoes grown outside of the Americas. Within a view centuries, potatoes were among Ireland’s food staples. Potatoes also became an important ingredient for Russian vodka, which became a major export for that nation. Chocolate also made its way from the Americas and became quite popular in Europe. Crops such as maize and peanuts were transported by the Portuguese to Africa. These hardy plants could be grown in areas of southern Africa that previously could not sustain agricultural cultivation. Some historians credit the introduction of these crops with increasing the population of the region.
ok thanks. that was alot of help. :D