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					                                      AP World History
                                       Unit 3 Packet
                                                 1450-1750

        Two big changes occurred in during the period of 1450 to 1750. A number of new trade empires came into being, replacing
smaller political units characteristic of the preceding period.
Also there was a shift in trade which included new oceangoing routes across the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. The triggers for this
shift included the revival of empire building, a progression of explorations of new military technologies.

       These triggers led to three broad changes. The first change was the forging of a new global economy. There were also new
global biological exchanges. Finally, this period saw the emergence of new, large empires based on guns and gunpowder.

       But even with this change, there was continuity. The spread of world religions continued and global contacts did not change
regional culture patterns and gender relations. Also, there were few technological or political changes. Changes of this period
affected ordinary people in many parts of the world by compelling people to work harder to sustain large families.




                                                                                                                   WHAP—Unit 3--1
                                                      CHAPTER 16:
                                                   The World Economy
ID’s
Amerigo Vespucci             Coercive labor systems     Mercantilism
Atlantic colonies            Columbian Exchange         Mestizos
Bantu farmers                Core nations               Mughal Empire
Battle of Lepanto            Dependent economic zones   Nagasaki
Boers                        Emperor Atahuallpa         New France
British East India Company   Emperor Aurangzeb          Safavid Empire
Calcutta                     Ferdinand Magellan         Smallpox & measles
Cape Colony                  Francisco Pizarro          Treaty of Paris
Cape of Good Hope            Henry the Navigator        Vasco da Gama
Ceylon                       John Locke                 Balboa
Christopher Columbus         Louis XVI                  William Penn
                             Macao                      World Economy




                                                                             WHAP—Unit 3--2
Timeline
Insert the following events into the timeline. This should help you to compare important historical events chronologically.

Dutch establish colony in southern Africa
first Spanish colony on American mainland
French settlement in Canada
French-British wars in India
Portuguese exploration of west African coast
Vasco da Gama reaches India

______________________________________________________________ 1434

______________________________________________________________ 1498

______________________________________________________________ 1509

______________________________________________________________ 1608

______________________________________________________________ 1652

______________________________________________________________ 1744




                                                                                                                              WHAP—Unit 3--3
                                                   CHAPTER 16: The World Economy

Mark all Spanish ports and colonies with an S, Portuguese ports and colonies with a P, Dutch ports and colonies with a D, English ports and
colonies with an E, and French ports and colonies with an F.
Which of the European nations established the most widespread colonial possessions? What is the difference between the European trading
empires and earlier trade systems of the Muslims or the Chinese?




                                                                                                                             WHAP—Unit 3--4
                                        CHAPTER 17
                           The Transformation of the West 1450-1750
ID’s
95 Theses                           Frederick the Great                  mercantilism
absolute monarchy                   Glorious Revolution                  Niccolo Machiavelli
Adam Smith                          Henry VIII                           Northern Renaissance
Anglican church                     humanism                             parliamentary monarchy
Boccaccio                           indulgences                          Frederick the Great
Catherine the Great                 Isaac Newton                         predestination
Catholic Reformation                Jean Calvin                          Protestantism
Cervantes                           Jesuits                              Rabelais
Copernicus                          Johannes Gutenberg                   René Descartes
Deism                               Leonardo da Vinci                    Scientific Revolution
Denis Diderot                       liberty and equality                 social sciences
Edict of Nantes                     Louis XIV                            Thirty Years War
Elizabeth I                         Lutheranism                          Treaty of Westphalia
Encylopaedia Britannica             Martin Luther                        William Shakespeare
capitalism                          Mary Wollstonecraft                  witchcraft
Enlightenment

Timeline
Insert the following events into the timeline. This should help you to compare important historical events
chronologically.

Adam Smith's The Wealth of Nations
end of Thirty Years War
Galileo dies
Glorious Revolution in England
Kay introduces flying shuttle to weaving
Luther initiates Protestant Reformation


______________________________________________________________ 1517

______________________________________________________________ 1642

______________________________________________________________ 1648

______________________________________________________________ 1688-1690

______________________________________________________________ 1776




                                                                                             WHAP—Unit 3--5
                                     CHAPTER 17: The Transformation of the West 1450-1750

Mark Protestant countries with a P and Catholic countries with a C.
Mark absolute monarchies with an A and parliamentary governments with a P.
Where were most Catholic countries located? Where were most Protestant nations? Is there any apparent connection between religious
preference and the existence of absolute monarchy? Can you offer an explanation?




                                                                                                                        WHAP—Unit 3--6
                                             CHAPTER 18
                                           The Rise of Russia
ID’s
 Alexis de Tocqueville              Ivan IV (the Terrible)               Romanov dynasty
Alexis Romanov                      Kremlin                              Rurik dynasty
boyars                              Old Believers                        serfdom
Catherine the Great                 partitions of Poland                 St. Petersburg
Copernicus                          Peter I (the Great)                  Third Rome
Cossacks                            Peter III                            Time of Troubles
instruction of 1767                 Pugachev rebellion                   Westernization
Ivan III                            Radishev

Timeline
Insert the following events into the timeline. This should help you to compare important historical events
chronologically.

beginning of reign of Peter the Great
election of first Romanov tsar
hereditary status of serfs fixed
Ivan III frees much of Russia from the Mongols
Pugachev revolt
Time of Troubles begins

______________________________________________________________ 1462

______________________________________________________________ 1604

______________________________________________________________ 1613

______________________________________________________________ 1649

______________________________________________________________ 1689

______________________________________________________________ 1773-1775




                                                                                             WHAP—Unit 3--7
                                                 CHAPTER 18: The Rise of Russia

Locate the following places on the map.
        Moscow               St. Petersburg          boundaries of the Russian Empire by 1800
Compare the boundaries of the Mongol Empire of Chinggis Khan to the Russian empire by 1800. To what extent could the Russians claim to be
heirs of Chinggis Khan and the unifiers of central Asia? How were these empires different?




                                                                                                                      WHAP—Unit 3--8
                                              CHAPTER 19
                                           Early Latin America
ID’s
 Antilles                           Francisco Pizarro                    New Spain
audiencia                           galleons                             Pedro de Valdivia
Bartolomé de las Casas              Granada                              Philip of Anjou
Bernardino de Sahagun               Habsburg monarchy                    Potosí
Casa de Contratación                haciendas                            recopilación
captaincies                         Hernán Cortés                        Rio de Janeiro
Comunero Revolt                     Hispaniola                           Rio de la Plata
consulado                           Jesuits                              Santiago
Coronado                            José de Galvez                       sociedad de castas
corregidores                        letrados                             Tiano people
Creoles                             Marquis of Pombal                    Treaty of Tordesillas
Cuzco                               Mexico City                          Treaty of Utrecht
encomendero                         Minas Gerais                         Tupac Amaru
encomienda                          mita                                 War of the Spanish Succession
enlightened despotism               New Granada


Timeline
Insert the following events into the timeline. This should help you to compare important historical events
chronologically.

Bourbons recognized as rulers in Spain
Cabral lands in Brazil
Comunero, Tupac Amaru Revolts
gold discovered in Brazil
Pizarro conquers Cuzco
Treaty of Tordesillas

______________________________________________________________ 1494

______________________________________________________________ 1500

______________________________________________________________ 1533

______________________________________________________________ 1695

______________________________________________________________ 1713

______________________________________________________________ 1781




                                                                                             WHAP—Unit 3--9
                                 CHAPTER 19: Early Latin America

Locate the following places on the map.
       Brazil          New Spain         Bahamas        Aztec Empire        Inca Empire          Cuba
Why did Spanish and Portuguese explorers survey the Caribbean and Central and South America before North
America?




                                                                                    WHAP—Unit 3--10
                                      CHAPTER 20
              Africa and the Africans in the Age of the Atlantic Slave Trade


ID’s
 Angola                             Great Trek                           Nzinga Mvemba
Asante                              Indies piece                         Royal African Company
Boer Afrikaners                     Jean Jacques Rousseau                saltwater slaves
Cape Colony                         John Wesley                          Suriname
Creole slaves                       Kongo kingdom                        Swazi
Dahomey                             Luanda                               triangular trade
diaspora                            Luo                                  Voortrekkers
El Mina                             Maroons                              William Wilberforce
Fulani                              Middle Passage


Timeline
Insert the following events into the timeline. This should help you to compare important historical events
chronologically.

British seize Cape Colony from Dutch
British slave trade abolished
death of Shaka
Dutch establish colony at Cape of Good Hope
Portuguese fort at El Mina established
reform among Hausa

______________________________________________________________ 1481

______________________________________________________________ 1652

______________________________________________________________ 1795

______________________________________________________________ 1804

______________________________________________________________ 1815

______________________________________________________________ 1828




                                                                                            WHAP—Unit 3--11
           CHAPTER 20: Africa and the Africans in the Age of the Atlantic Slave Trade

Locate the region of the following African kingdoms: Kongo, Asante, Dahomey, Benin, and Sokoto.
What does the location of the emerging states of Africa during the era of the slave trade suggest about the
geographical reorientation of African trade? Where were the emerging states located in comparison to the
previous kingdoms of Ghana, Mali, and Songhay?




                                                                                           WHAP—Unit 3--12
                                             CHAPTER 21
                                          The Muslim Empires
ID’s
Abbas II                            Jahangir                             Sail al-Din
Akbar                               Janissaries                          Selim
Aurangzeb                           Mehmed II                            shah
Babur                               Mughal dynasty                       Shah Abbas the Great
Battle of Lepanto                   mullahs                              Shah Jahan
Chaldiran                           Nadir Khan Afshar                    Shi’a
Din-i-Ilahi                         Nur Jahan                            Suleyman the Magnificant
Gunpowder Empires                   Ottomans                             Golden Horn
Hagia Sophia                        padishah                             Tahmasp I
Humayan                             purdah                               Taj Mahal
imams                               Red Heads                            vizier
Isfahan                             Safavid dynasty                      Zoroastrians
Ismâ’il

Timeline
Insert the following events into the timeline. This should help you to compare important historical events
chronologically.

Babur’s conquest of India
death of Aurangzeb, Mughal decline begins
fall of Constantinople to Ottomans
Nadir Shah proclaimed sultan of Persia
Ottoman victory at Battle of Chaldiran
Safavid conquest of Persia completed

______________________________________________________________ 1453

______________________________________________________________ 1510

______________________________________________________________ 1514

______________________________________________________________ 1526

______________________________________________________________ 1707

______________________________________________________________ 1736




                                                                                            WHAP—Unit 3--13
                                                  CHAPTER 21: The Muslim Empires

Locate the following places on the map.
       boundaries of the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires          Istanbul       Delhi         Isfahan
1. Of the three empires, which one had direct contacts with the West? What was required for contacts between the other two and the West?
2. How would the growth of Russia affect the three Muslim empires?




                                                                                                                        WHAP—Unit 3--14
                                        CHAPTER 22
                        Asian Transitions in an Age of Global Change
ID’s
 Adam Schall                        Francis Xavier                       Sanskrit
Asian sea-trading network           friars                               scholar-gentry
caravels                            Goa                                  School of National Learning
Chongzhen                           Manchu                               Tokugawa Ieyasu
Deshima                             Matteo Ricci                         Toyotomo Hideyoshi
Dutch trading empire                mercantilists                        Treaty of Gijanti
Edo                                 Middle Kingdom                       Vasco da Gama
Empress Ma                          neo-Confucian                        Yunglo emperor
factories                           Nobunaga                             Zhenghe expeditions
Forbidden City                      Robert Di Nobli

Timeline
Insert the following events into the timeline. This should help you to compare important historical events
chronologically.

Dutch East India Company establishes Batavia
end of Ming dynasty
Hideyoshi unifies Japan
Portuguese conquest of Goa
Tokugawa Shogunate established
Zhu Yuanzhang proclaims Ming dynasty


______________________________________________________________ 1368

______________________________________________________________ 1510

______________________________________________________________ 1590

______________________________________________________________ 1603

______________________________________________________________ 1620

______________________________________________________________ 1644




                                                                                            WHAP—Unit 3--15
             CHAPTER 22 Asian Transitions in an Age of Global Change

Locate the following places on the map.
       Ming China Malacca           Batavia           Ceylon         Goa     Macao          Japan
       Ormuz           Canton
The text divides the Asian trade network into three parts. Is it possible to divide the network into
northern and southern sectors? In which were the Europeans most successful? How does this
relate to the major civilized empires?




                                                                              WHAP—Unit 3--16

				
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