Based on the given documents 1-8, reasons for exchanges among major societies in the period 600-1450 were mainly focused on places of religious importance, the demand for sweet tasting foods, and the abundance of necessary materials, and with this the results of exchanges among major societies in the period 600-1450 were mainly the diffusion of culture through trade, the growth of population where there was a growth of trade, and the spread of ideas or traditions through trade, while the scope and pace of exchange among major societies in the period 600-1450 were mainly increased by the development of major trade routes. Based on the given documents, reasons for exchanges among major societies in the period 600-1450 were mainly focused on
When looking back on the changes and continuities of commerce throughout the Indian Ocean regions from 650 AD to 1750 AD, many noteworthy aspects can be seen. One such continuity was repeated usage of trade routes by different merchants and economic groups to import and export goods. Another significant change was the increase of involvement by European traders. Overtime they began to involve themselves more and more in the Indian Ocean trade networks and even began to colonize land.
Alex Kuperstein U.S. History The Early American Republic Portfolio The United States changed in so many different ways from 1776 to 1870. This change started off with a population increase because of the immigration enslaves. Changes in transportation were also changing during this time period.
Due to theses new products, changes needed to be made in prices. This led to the Commercial Revolution which was a dramatic increase in general commerce and also the growth in financial services. With the new advancements
Colonial expansion of european nations into the western hemisphere or “New World”, was truly a time of social innovation. As New England saw an extensive amount of change in the 17th and 18th centuries, many developing factors were shaping the future of what we now know as Rhode Island. Specifically, the socio-political as well as economic factors which shaped the towns of Providence and Newport were powerful enough to influence the surrounding towns and eventually the entire state as we see it today. Providence and Newport had both grown in their own respective series of circumstance as well as influence each other greatly from the late 17th century until the end of the American Revolution. Providence and Newport had both began to form in
The U.S. was awash in an abundance of natural resources from its newly acquired territories, a growing supply of labor immigrating from Europe, and the migration of emancipated African Americans North and West, an expanding market for manufactured goods, and the availability of capital for investment. The Second Industrial Revolution took local communities and their new products out of the shadow of large regional agricultural based economies which was assisted by new labor forces and production techniques. During the Second Industrial Revolution, innovations in transportation, such as roads, steamboats, the Eerie Canal, and most notably railroads, linked
Trade with many countries caused the empire to spread their belief of Buddhism to expand. The goods that were trade were precious stone, spices, horses, copper, sugar cane, indigo, wheat, drugs, pearls, fruits, cotton, Ivory, Linen, and clothing. There are different routes for different places. The routes that were taken were called the Indus River, Ganges River, and Silk road mostly used for northern India. The impact that
The world American colonies changed and became more complex. The population in the English colonies increased greatly and most of the immigrants came from England and. The economy was built on and by trade and this increased economic wealth through the Atlantic. The American religious and cultural life changed because they were pushing Christianity to the natives and salves.
During the 19th century, the American people were experiencing a revolution concerning both the economy and religion, in what is recognized today as the Market Revolution and the Second Great Awakening. A rapid increase in the population within the countryside, and the development of new technology outburst a change in the economy from one of local exchanges to one governed by capital and capitalists. Family owned businesses began to expand and sold their items not only among a small community, but now products were being shipped to different ports along the colonies. The industrialization movement was rapidly approaching that “Indian removal was necessary for the opening of the vast American lands to agriculture, to commerce, to markets, to
The Silk Road began in the 2nd century BCE with the diplomatic missions of Zhang Qian sent by the Han Emperor. The Silk Road was largely fragmented, commodities carried by merchants of many countries on the Silk Road from present day China to present day Turkey. The interaction of these different cultures created a cultural diffusion that can be seen in the resulting names, tools, jewelry, luxuries and house wares that these different societies adopted. Silk was one of the most important items traded along the Silk Road. Once the Silk Road was open techniques of weaving the silken thread did not begin to spread because this material was similar to that used by cloth weavers.
One of the world's most famous trade routes was the Silk Road. The Silk Road was not just any ordinary road. It was the global trading route where resources such as silks, spices, and golds traveled all the way from Asia to Europe. The Silk Road created many more job opportunities for the lower ranked people and helped the Buddhists spread their religion and from disappearing. The Silk Road so important that without it many of the countries would not be able to communicate with one another and get to know each other better.
The trans-Atlantic was an elaborate coastal trade route through which the colonies sold goods to one another, linking the North American colonies to England, continental Europe, and the West coast of Africa through the exchange of slaves, raw materials, and manufactured goods. One of the main impacts this Triangle Trade had was on the laboring systems of the new colonies which left some systems to their original plans of , while new ideas were also introduced. The trans-Atlantic route created opportunities in British North America from 1600-1763 that allowed colonies to maintain their original intentions of working to search for resources for Europe, while also opening many new doors which allowed growth in both labor and trade procedures in all parts of