An article written by Robert Marshall in 1993 describes how the Mongols equipped and traveled while they went on their military duty (Doc. B). The Mongols were very smart, their deft behavior was one of the key factors that led them to be so successful, yet so brutal. Men aging 15 and above would be awaited to partake in military service (Doc. B).
Foreign countries have come to believe that horse’s meat is tender and delicious enough to serve on their plates! Just last year, over 135,000 horses were slaughtered with their meat being shipped to foreign seas (Finch). Horse meat has grown to be in very high demand in foreign countries which results in many slaughterhouses to be popping all over the world. Sadly in the United States, Canada, and Mexico is the main places in the world where these beautiful companion creatures are gathered, slaughtered, butchered and shipped off to foreign countries (Fact Sheet). There is much controversy on whether the slaughtering of horses should be allowed or not because the entire process that they go through is so bad and petrifying to the point where being dead is the best option that they can possibly have (Horse Slaughter-Wikipedia).
When the colonists first arrived in America that brought livestock such as pigs, cows, sheep, and horses, which were not native to America, which caused problems for the Native Americans. The colonist’s success in the colonies depend on their livestock thriving, because the livestock provided them with meat as well as dairy. The main conflict between the Native Americans and colonists involving the livestock stemmed from their overall cultural differences. The Native Americans respected animals and nature while the colonists on regarded animals as food. This began to create a problem for Phillip, because he became torn between his Native American ideals and customs and adapting to the colonists’ ideals and customs.
Over time the Europeans brought new crops such as bananas and sugar. Domestic livestock such as cattle, pigs and sheep were integrated into the America’s as time went on. These crops and animals were quickly spread among the Native American’s that still had their land. The horse in particular greatly aided them, as the only animal that they had tamed so far was the dog. Raising these animals and growing new crops provided much more food than before.
The Mongols have done many things to impact the future of Asia and the world. Whether they had a positive or negative. The mongols had a positive on the world they were able to impact the world in more ways that one.The Mongols conquered miles of land,developed war tactics and their way of life day in and day out The Mongols were able to conquer vast areas of land through the 13th century. They conquered over most of modern day Russia, China, Korea, Southeast Asia, Persia, India, Middle East and Eastern Europe. This was 11 to 12 million square miles.
Genghis Khan controlled central Asia, so he also controlled the silk road train. The Impact of the Mongols conquest was huge in world history. The Mongol Impact spread Asian ideas and technology over central Asia and Middle east. Asia is now connected with the middle east and Europe. The use of gunpowder spread as well.
Many people often feel showing livestock falls under two categories. One, it is just a waste of thousands of dollars, or two, we get meat from livestock. However, to the people who show, it is so much more than that. Showing livestock is what shapes our youth. They learn a tremendous amount of life lessons as well as a lot about themselves.
The bows and bolts were the most usually utilized weapons for the Locals before the lances, axes and firearms were presented. The Locals understood that the propelled level of weaponry, for example, the firearm would be more qualified for chasing. The Locals would in the long run get to be fixated on having guns in their ownership and the Europeans could abuse them when it came to exchange. The European building creativity was an incredible guide in creating ships, ports, cultivates, farms and homes in the New World. As to creatures the Columbian Trade encouraged the exchange of sheep, goats, pigs, steeds and dairy cattle to the New World.
Due to the fact that only Native Americans were in the Oregon Territory, and they used animal products efficiently and did not hunt unless it was necessary, the animal population was very high. The main animal hunted by trappers were beavers. Their fur had become a commodity due to the near extinction of the creature from over hunting. “The possibility of profiting from the western beaver trade had led,”(McNeese OL) many to the territory in search of wealth and fame. The land around the Oregon Trail was also important and profitable because it could and was used for farmers to plant and harvest corn, wheat, and other vegetables.