Study Guide for Ch. 14 - The First Global Age: Europe and Asia    Terms and People to Know

Ch 14 Sec 1. ( pgs 444 - 451)
Moluccas    Prince Henry the Navigator     Cartographers    Bartholomeu Dias       Vasco da Gama
astrolabe   caravel    compass
Mercator projection  sextant    Christopher Columbus    Line of Demarcation   Treaty of Tordesillas   Amerigo Vespucci    Vasco Nunez de Balboa       Ferdinand Magellan    circumnavigate   Henry Hudson   Sir Francis Drake

Ch 14 Sec 2. (pgs. 452-456)
Mombasa   Malindi    plantations   Affonso I    missionaries   Asante Kingdom    Osei Tutu
Monopoly   Oyo Empire    Cape Town   Boers 

Ch 14 Sec 3. (pgs. 457 -460)
Afonso de Albuquerque      Mughal Empire   Goa     Malacca     outposts
Dutch East India Company   sovereign   Philippines   sepoys     The British East India Company

Ch 14 Sec 4. ( pgs. 461 - 469)
Macao    Guangzhou   Matteo Ricci    Manchus   Qing Dynasty ( Manchus)     Kangxi    Qianlong
Lord Macartney   The Hermit Kingdom    Nagasaki      Edo

Chapter 15 - The First Global Age: Europe, the Americas, and Africa

Ch 15 Sec 1 (Pages 470 - 476)
Taino Indians      conquistadors   immunity       Hernan Cortes    Tenochtitlan     Malinche    The Aztecs     alliances    Moctezuma
Quetzalcoatl           Francisco Pizarro     The Incas      Atahualpa   civil war

Ch 15 Sec 2 (pgs 477 - 481 )
New Spain    viceroys   encomiendas   Bartolome de las Casas    peons   peninsulares  creoles   mestizos   mulattoes
The University of Mexico    privateers  

Ch 15 Sec 3 (pgs 482 - 486)
New France     Jacques Cartier   Samuel de Champlain    Quebec    revenues   13 English colonies
John Cabot ( Giovanni Caboto)   Jamestown, Virginia    Plymouth, Massachusetts    The Pilgrims
Mayflower Compact    The French and Indian War     The Treaty of Paris 1763  

Ch 15 Sec 4 (pgs 487 - 490)
Olaudah Equiano    Triangular Trade    The Middle Passage    mutinies 

Ch 15 Sec 5 (pgs 491 - 501)
The Columbian Exchange   inflation   price revolution    Capitalism   entrepreneurs    guilds    mercantilism    colonies      tariffs
joint stock companies 

Ideas to Understand:
* How did technology help Europeans explore the seas and build trading empires in Asia?
* Explain why European nations sent explorers across the oceans
* Identify the countries that led the way in overseas exploration
* Explain how trade helped shape Southeast Asia
* How did the winning of overseas empires affect the economy of Europe?
*  What global exchanges occurred as a result of European expansion overseas?
* Compare and contrast the governments of the Dutch, Spanish, French, and English.
* How were different cultures of the world brought into contact during the 1500 and 1600s? 

1. Explain the reasons for European overseas exploration. What sorts of new technology did they use? What countries were the leaders in exploration?

2. Describe and explain the Spanish, Portuguese, French, and English influence on the Americas. What was the impact? What institutions did they implement? 

3. Describe and explain what is meant by the Columbian exchange. How did three worlds collide in the 16th and 17th centuries?