By George Brown Tindall
Utilized by over 1000000 scholars, the United States: A Narrative background is likely one of the so much winning American heritage textbooks ever published.Maintaining the gains that experience constantly wonderful this vintage text—lively and available narrative sort, a willing stability of political with social and cultural heritage, and unprecedented value—the 7th variation introduces a very redesigned, full-color format complemented by means of attention-grabbing maps and more desirable pedagogy. The 7th version additionally introduces the recent subject matter of environmental heritage. conscientiously built-in all through, this subject provides illuminating views on how americans have shaped—and been formed by—the flora and fauna.
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Many Europeans, however, interpreted such epidemics as diseases sent by God to punish Indians who resisted conversion to Christianity. PROFESSIONAL EXPLORERS Undeterred by new diseases and encouraged by Columbus’s discoveries, professional explorers, mostly Italians, hired themselves out to look for the elusive western passage to Asia. They probed the shorelines of America during the early sixteenth century in the vain search for an opening and thus increased by leaps and bounds European knowledge of the New World.
T H E G R OW T H O F T R A D E , TOW N S , A N D NAT I O N - S TAT E S The forces that would invade and reshape the New World found their focus in Europe’s rising towns, the centers of a growing trade that slowly broadened the narrow horizons of feudal culture. In its farthest reaches this commerce moved either overland or through the eastern Mediterranean all the way to east Asia, where Europeans acquired medicine, silks, precious stones, dyewoods, perfumes, and rugs. There they also purchased the spices—pepper, nutmeg, clove—so essential to the preserving of food and for enhancing its flavor.
But the natives suffered even more casualties. ” Even the most developed Indian societies of the sixteenth century were ill equipped to resist the European cultures invading their world. Disunity everywhere—civil disorder and rebellion plagued the Aztecs, Mayas, and Incas—left the native peoples of the New World vulnerable to division and foreign conquest. The onslaught of men and microbes from Europe perplexed and overwhelmed the Indians. Prejudices and misunderstandings had tragic consequences.
America: A Narrative History (Seventh Edition) (Vol. 1) by George Brown Tindall