Ap World History Dbqs

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1. The development of agriculture experienced a diversification among the people of the region. It also experienced in the Northwest an economic development as well as social diversification and the developing of hunting and foraging. 2. Many Native American societies emerged to the North of Mexico. For example The Anasazi, who erected cliff houses in northern Arizona and New Mexico, Utah and Colorado; Also the Hohokam, who dug complex irrigation systems in central Arizona; and the Mogollon, who hunted and farmed along the rivers of western New Mexico and eastern Arizona. 3. The difference between Catholics and Protestants is mostly the way they view things. Catholic Christians see the Scripture as exact guidelines by God. Protestants see it as a way of…show more content…
Christopher Columbus sailed to the New World in search of a new trade route to India. But instead he came to the New World, thinking he landed in India. Not knowing where he was, Columbus called the natives 'Indians’. Columbus began colonizing the New World for his country, Spain. He brought back precious metals, animals, and disease back and forth between continents.

6. Columbian exchange was the exchange of animals, crops and some resources between the New and Old world. During the Columbian exchange the European brought diseases to Native Americans and it a killed a lot of people. These included Tuberculosis, measles, cholera, typhus, and smallpox. In all the exchanges between the Native Americans and the Europeans, diseases had the most impact. 7. Europeans were Christian. The land was seen as a commodity, women who worked were considered to be abused. Native Americans believed in spirits, supernatural healing powers, and had religious leaders. Native Americans saw land as a common resource rather than a commodity as Europeans did. Native Americans were not interested in the accumulation of wealth and goods. Society was more
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