Apush Chapter 1 Summary

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Part I
Identifications (In a couple of sentences describe 15 of the following people, places, or events)
1. Luanda- This is a Portuguese factory that was located south of Kongo. The factory was also founded and established around the 1520s. This became the source for Portuguese colony of Angola.
2. Sugarcane plantations – The sugarcane plantation was a plantation that had sugar as its main crop. Sugarcane became a popular crop throughout the world. These plantations were all across Brazil. The European workers died quickly while working in the plantations from different diseases.
4. Divine Right Theory of Kingship- This is a doctrine based off of religious and political lawfulness. This doctrine emphasizes on how a monarch is subject to no earthy authority, deriving the right to rule from the will of God.
5. Versailles- This was originally a hunting lodge. Versailles developed in the 17th century, and built by Louis XIII, and later inherited by Louis XIV. This also was the place where the French Revolution took place at the palace.
6. English Civil War- This was a war that was between the royalists and parliamentarians. The royalists were people that were a pro- monarchy group, while the parliamentarians were a group of
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The Quakers are not a very popular group so their views on slave trade does not outreach past their group as it should’ve. Later in the 18th century, John Newton was disgusted by his way of allowing himself partake in slave trading so he stops and changes his life around. He later becomes the bishop of Lincoln. William Wilberforce was the leader of abolishing slave trade also. In 1807 slave trade was officially abolished with the British. Then, shortly after in 1808 the United States follows with abolishing slave trade. But, the United States does not abolish slavery just yet just the transatlantic slave trade. This is still a rising issue in Africa, until today it still

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