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5. Japanese Reunification And The Rise And Fall Of
5. Japanese Reunification And The Rise And Fall Of
5. Japanese Reunification And The Rise And Fall Of
5. Japanese Reunification And The Rise And Fall Of
5. Japanese Reunification And The Rise And Fall Of
5. Japanese Reunification And The Rise And Fall Of
5. Japanese Reunification And The Rise And Fall Of
5. Japanese Reunification And The Rise And Fall Of
5. Japanese Reunification And The Rise And Fall Of
5. Japanese Reunification And The Rise And Fall Of
5. Japanese Reunification And The Rise And Fall Of
5. Japanese Reunification And The Rise And Fall Of
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  • 1. Japanese Reunification and the Rise and Fall of Chinese Dynasties
  • 2. Your Mission if you choose to accept: (Well actually you have to accept so tough)
    • You and your group will be responsible for creating a presentation on your assigned section
    • Your presentation MUST include
      • A brief statement (i.e. one sentence) that summarizes the material and connects it to a broader theme (culture, religion, revolution etc)
      • A list of the important terms and people required to properly understand the section
    • You will be responsible for presenting this material to the class. Your presentation should not be more than 10 minutes in length.
    • All students will take a True/False quiz on the information presented on Thursday!!
  • 3. Groups
    • Group 1Civil War and Hideyoshi Biography
    • Group 2 Tokugawa and Tokugawa Ieyasu
    • Group 3 Japan and Europe (Comparison timeline) Elite and Decline
    • Group 4 Ming Empire and East Asian Porcelain
    • Group 5 Ming Collapse and Muchara
  • 4. Japanese Positions
    • Emperor
    • Shogun
    • Daimyo
    • Samurai
  • 5. Hideyoshi
    • Most successful of the warlords in the late 1500’s
    • Invaded mainland Asia with the goal of becoming Emperor of China
      • Korea would not allow him to pass through
        • Why was Korea more likely to take the Chinese side in this conflict?
    • Invasion of Korea briefly successful but Japanese military leaders leave after Hideyoshi’s death
  • 6. Effects of Hideyoshi
    • Korean Yangban take more tax-paying land
      • Decreases the income of the royal family by as much as 2/3
    • China weakened from fighting in Manchuria
      • Opens the door for the Manchu
  • 7. Tokugawa Shogunate
    • Take administrative control of the country after the death of Hideyoshi
    • Economic integration
      • Daimyo required to visit Edo frequently
      • Rice as a form of currency
        • Speculation
      • Edo one of the largest cities in the world
    • Merchants gain power
      • Samurai become accustomed to the finer things in life and lose some of their status
  • 8. Interaction with Europe
    • Firearms
    • Little commercial interaction
      • Closely regulated by the government
    • Catholic missionaries
      • Jesuits
      • 1614 accusation of sedition leads to era of persecution
      • Complete eradication of the religion
        • Government office dedicated to preventing the reestablishment
      • Lack of European trade “the price to pay” for being rid of Christian influence
  • 9. Destabilizing Forces in Japan
    • Rapid population growth
    • Rapid Economic growth
      • Inability to stabilize rice prices
    • Economic woes of the Samurai
    • “ Forty-Seven Ronin” incident
  • 10.  
  • 11. The Ming Empire
    • Assembly-line production
    • Urban centers of cultural and commercial development
      • Merit based system of government revolving around Confucian teachings
  • 12. Collapse of the Ming
    • Little Ice Age
    • Rapid Urban Growth
    • Economic Expansion
    • Corruption
      • Inefficiency
    • Labor uprisings and strikes
  • 13. Collapse of the Ming
    • Insecure boarders
      • Fighting with the Mongols of the north and west
      • Mongols united under the Dalai Lama and present a unified invasion force
    • Manchus called in to help expel the Japanese…. And stay
      • Manchu start the Qing dynasty

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