One of the interesting conclusions that Professor Olsen makes in Chapter One "The First Americans" is that:A.) the Ethnocentrism of Europeans did not guarantee conflict.
B.) the tensions between Europeans and Native Americans is overemphasized.
C.) the presence of White Europeans never resulted in Native American acculturation.
D.) on the eve of colonization there were very few Native Americans living in what is now called the United States.
One of the interesting conclusions that Professor Olsen makes in Chapter One "The First Americans" is that on the eve of colonization there were very few Native Americans living in what is now called the United States
According to The First Americans, Professor Olsen makes an interesting claim about how few Indians were on the land that is currently known as "America".
The narrator discusses the Native American history, the pre-Columbian life before first contact, the different Native American civilizations and many more.
Professor Olsen talks about how few the natives were the night before colonization.
90 degrees north latitude and 35 degrees west longitude is an example of what type of location? (notes) options scale grid boundaries absolute
I believe the answer is grid
When people think of the Industrial Revolution, they only think of England and the United States. Explain Industrialization in other societies
The industrialization process started in England at the end of the 18th century, and expanded throughout Europe, the United States and Japan. It was called the First Industrial Revolution. However, it is clear that during this process, each country developed at a different pace based on the economic, social and cultural conditions of each place.
In Europe, the largest centers of industrial development at the time were coal mining regions which were located in places like France, Germany, and also in some regions of Belgium. Beside this places, the industrialization has become tied to major cities, such as Paris and Berlin regarding to the road interconnection centers, the major ports, textile hubs, and steel and heavy industry districts.
After 1830, industrial production decentralized from England and expanded rapidly across the world, mainly to northwest Europe, and to the east of the United States.
In Germany after the Franco-Prussian War in 1870, Germany was Unificated, which increased the Industrial Revolution in the country that had started since 1815. It was from that time that the production of cast iron began to increase exponentially. In Italy, the political unification carried out in 1870, even if delayed, boosted the industrialization of the country. This only reached northern Italy, as the south remained basically agrarian. Much later, industrialization began in Russia, in the last decades of the 19th century. The main factors for this to happen were the large availability of labor, government intervention in the economy through subsidies and foreign investments in the industry.
On the other hand, in countries like Mexico, Argentina and Brazil, in addition to others, they also are considered late or delayed industrialization. They have entered in the industrialization process almost a 100 years after the First Industrial Revolution in relation to countries in Europe, the United States and Japan. However, during the 19th century, they there were several attempts at industrialization on the part of many Latin American countries, all of them had little expressive repercussions. The few industries that emerged in that century were limited to the manufacture of non-durable consumer goods, such as factories for candles, soap, leather and wool products, fabrics, food, furniture, and others.
Nevertheless, durgin the 20th century, some historical events that took place such as the First World War, the 1929 Crisis and the Second World War, favored a relative industrial development for the countries of Latin America. Due to the volume deacrsing of exports to the nations of Latin America by the England, France, Germany and the United States during the First World War, some Latin nations began to manufacture several products to guarantee the supply of the domestic market.
The 1929 Crisis also contributed to the industrialization process in Latin America. With the fall of the North American economy, Latin countries, with great economic dependence on the United States, stopped receiving capital from the sale of agricultural products and raw materials. For this reason, with no money to buy imported industrialized products, most Latin countries were forced to manufacture their products. This fact was most evident in Brazil, Argentina and Mexico.
With the end of World War II, large business groups from industrialized countries in Europe, as well as the United States and Japan, sought a new form of commercial expansion, with the dispersion of multinational companies towards countries in Latin America, Africa and Asia.
3. Who warned the militias in Lexington and Concord about the arrival of the British troops?a Thomas Gage
b William Dawes and Paul Revere
c Paul Revere and John Adams
As the British departed, Boston Patriots Paul Revere and William Dawes set out on horseback from the city to warn Adams and Hancock and rouse the Minutemen.
HELP PLS!!! FAST!!!!In your own words, what does the Oath of Allegiance ask naturalized citizens to agree to?
The Oath of Allegiance ask people wanting to become naturalized citizens to swear allegiance to the U.S.A.
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We can infer that they are both having a war, and from the image above, we can infer that Cortez had riches, which the Aztecs didn't have a lot of them, and their way of dressing we can see a lot from that.
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It appears that the Spaniards (the ones on the horses) have/almost defeated the Aztecs in a conflict.
Several clues help come to this conclusion;
1. Notice how some of the Aztecans seem to be turning away from the Spaniards, or in other words, fleeing.
2. There is a amputated/injured Aztecan body on the ground.
3. In the far background, you can see that there's a limp body that's hanging; based off the earlier clues we have, we can infer that it's perhaps a Aztecan.
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What is the song Stop This Train about in Meyer's own words?
In this song, Mayer uses a train to symbolize time. He thinks that time is moving too fast and that his parents are aging quickly.