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An Ever-Changing World- History, Science, & Tradeby Kariss Miller<br />Spice Route<br />
What is History?<br />History is…<br />Best understood through research.<br />Uncovered via science & technological advanc...
The Journey of Man<br />We all descended from the same family tree out of Africa.<br />History shows that we all should th...
Catastrophe<br />Volcanic eruption in Java that had catastrophic results.<br />Considered the “so called” Dark Ages due to...
Changing Interpretations of Americas Past<br />Intricate societies in the Amazon created by the Xinguano people.<br />Vill...
The World & Trade<br />Discusses economic growth with regard to Asia; then turning to Europe in the 1600’s.<br />Various c...
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  1. 1. An Ever-Changing World- History, Science, & Tradeby Kariss Miller<br />Spice Route<br />
  2. 2. What is History?<br />History is…<br />Best understood through research.<br />Uncovered via science & technological advances.<br />Why we are where we are present day; and has prepared us for the future.<br />About learning from past triumphs & tragedies.<br />
  3. 3. The Journey of Man<br />We all descended from the same family tree out of Africa.<br />History shows that we all should theoretically speak the same language.<br />Migration patterns show how we got to where we are today.<br />
  4. 4. Catastrophe<br />Volcanic eruption in Java that had catastrophic results.<br />Considered the “so called” Dark Ages due to the extreme climatic conditions.<br />Caused famine, disease, crop failure, death, drought, storms, & the collapse of an Empire.<br />
  5. 5. Changing Interpretations of Americas Past<br />Intricate societies in the Amazon created by the Xinguano people.<br />Villages of 2500 to 5000 occupants.<br />Altered the forest to utilize their resources best (system of roads, orchards, canals, and various structures.<br />Regretfully, the Amazon was a false paradise as the soil was not suitable for agriculture.<br />
  6. 6. The World & Trade<br />Discusses economic growth with regard to Asia; then turning to Europe in the 1600’s.<br />Various crops indigenous to specific regions.<br />Trade routes used, and business being done by the Indians, Aztecs, etc.<br />

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