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  • Portuguese Claims in Africa and Brazil
  • The Portuguese Empire/The Spanish Empire
  • The Iberian Impulse
  • FOUNDATION MAP 19.1 European Global Exploration Routes, 1415–1522
  • Columbus’s first encounter with Indians
  • MAP 19.2 The Treaty of Tordesillas and the Line of Demarcation, 1494
  • Magellan’s circumnavigation of the globe.
  • The Portuguese Seaborne Empire
  • MAP 19.3 The Flow of Commerce in the Portuguese World, ca. 1600
  • A modern-day replica of a Portuguese caravel.
  • The Spanish and Portuguese Empires in America
  • MAP 19.4 The Iberian Empires in the Western Hemisphere, 1750
  • The Plaza de Armas in Cuzco, Peru, displays 16th-century Spanish colonial architectural style.
  • A Spanish-American family of mixed races. The man is European, the wife is African, and the child is mulatto.
  • Amerinds and Europeans in North America
  • A 1607 map of the northeast coast of North America, drawn by the French explorer Samuel de Champlain.
  • MAP 19.5 European Exploration and Colonies in North America, 1607–1763
  • The English Captain John Smith is condemned by a Powhatan chief.
  • The Columbian Exchange
  • African women preparing manioc.
  • Key Dates and Developments

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  • Connections: A World History Second Edition Chapter Connections: A World History, Second Edition Edward H. Judge • John W. Langdon Global Exploration and Global Empires, 1400–1700 19
  • Portuguese Claims in Africa and BrazilPortuguese Claims in Africa and Brazil
  • The Portuguese Empire/The Spanish EmpireThe Portuguese Empire/The Spanish Empire
  • Global Exploration and Global EmpiresGlobal Exploration and Global Empires 1400–17001400–1700 A. The Iberian Impulse B. The Portuguese Seaborne Empire C. The Spanish and Portuguese Empires in America D. Amerinds and Europeans in North America E. The Columbian Exchange
  • The Iberian ImpulseThe Iberian Impulse
  • The Iberian ImpulseThe Iberian Impulse A. Motives B. Portuguese Overseas Exploration 1. Henry the Navigator
  • FOUNDATION MAP 19.1 European GlobalFOUNDATION MAP 19.1 European Global Exploration Routes, 1415–1522Exploration Routes, 1415–1522
  • The Iberian ImpulseThe Iberian Impulse C. Columbus’s Enterprise of the Indies 1. Columbus’s plan 2. Spanish backing 3. The voyages 4. The Treaty of Tordesillas
  • Columbus’s first encounter with IndiansColumbus’s first encounter with Indians
  • The Iberian ImpulseThe Iberian Impulse D. The Voyage of Magellan
  • MAP 19.2 The Treaty of Tordesillas and the Line ofMAP 19.2 The Treaty of Tordesillas and the Line of Demarcation, 1494Demarcation, 1494
  • Magellan’s circumnavigation of the globe.Magellan’s circumnavigation of the globe.
  • The Portuguese Seaborne EmpireThe Portuguese Seaborne Empire
  • The Portuguese Seaborne EmpireThe Portuguese Seaborne Empire A. Empire in the Atlantic Ocean 1. Africa and Brazil B. Empire in the Indian Ocean 1. A trading empire C. Portugal’s Commercial Empire in 1600 1. Connecting Asia and Europe 2. Reciprocal influences
  • MAP 19.3 The Flow of Commerce in the PortugueseMAP 19.3 The Flow of Commerce in the Portuguese World, ca. 1600World, ca. 1600
  • A modern-day replica of a Portuguese caravel.A modern-day replica of a Portuguese caravel.
  • The Spanish and PortugueseThe Spanish and Portuguese Empires in AmericaEmpires in America
  • MAP 19.4 The Iberian Empires in the WesternMAP 19.4 The Iberian Empires in the Western Hemisphere, 1750Hemisphere, 1750
  • The Spanish and PortugueseThe Spanish and Portuguese Empires in AmericaEmpires in America A. The Amerind Foundation B. Slave Labor C. Government and Administration 1. The Spanish Empire 2. The Portuguese Empire D. The Colonial Church 1. Missionaries and conversion 2. The church and social and economic life
  • The Plaza de Armas in Cuzco, Peru, displays 16th-The Plaza de Armas in Cuzco, Peru, displays 16th- century Spanish colonial architectural style.century Spanish colonial architectural style.
  • The Spanish and PortugueseThe Spanish and Portuguese Empires in AmericaEmpires in America E. Society in the Iberian Empires 1. The Iberian-American social hierarchy 2. The role of gender
  • A Spanish-American family of mixed races. TheA Spanish-American family of mixed races. The man is European, the wife is African, and the childman is European, the wife is African, and the child is mulatto.is mulatto.
  • Amerinds and EuropeansAmerinds and Europeans in North Americain North America
  • Amerinds and EuropeansAmerinds and Europeans in North Americain North America A. Coalitions and Contacts 1. Amerind confederations B. The Coming of the Europeans 1. Exploration
  • A 1607 map of the northeast coast of NorthA 1607 map of the northeast coast of North America, drawn by the French explorer Samuel deAmerica, drawn by the French explorer Samuel de Champlain.Champlain.
  • MAP 19.5 European Exploration and Colonies inMAP 19.5 European Exploration and Colonies in North America, 1607–1763North America, 1607–1763
  • Amerinds and EuropeansAmerinds and Europeans in North Americain North America C. The Coming of the Europeans 1. Settlement C. Disease and Demographic Decline
  • The English Captain John Smith is condemned by aThe English Captain John Smith is condemned by a Powhatan chief.Powhatan chief.
  • The Columbian ExchangeThe Columbian Exchange
  • The Columbian ExchangeThe Columbian Exchange A. Plants and Animals B. Microorganisms and Population Collapse
  • African women preparing manioc.African women preparing manioc.
  • Key Dates and DevelopmentsKey Dates and Developments