The Beginnings of Our Global Age

The Beginnings of Our Global Age

The Beginnings of Our Global Age 1415 - 1796 Portugal Prince Henry Find direct route to Asia Spread Christianity

Find valuable riches Funded training, cartographers, and ship building Est. Portugal out as a leader Portugal Sailed around the Cape of Good Hope Da Gama

Found direct route to Asia Forcefully opened up Calicut, India Gains wealth from spices Portugal Gains strength in Africa

Established ports for ships Began extensive trade Stayed along coast Mombassa and Malindi on East African coast Portugal By the 1600s Portugals power declined Lost most power they had in global areas

Spain Desired to catch up to Portugal Ferdinand and Isabella sponsored voyages Bring back greatness Inquisition hurt Spain Line of Demarcation Showed Spain and Portugal as dominant explorers

Treaty of Tordesillas W = Spain E = Portugal Spain Christopher Columbus Desired to reach Asia by sailing west Reached the Caribbean islands

West Indies Coined the term Indians Spain Balboa Reached Central America Aided by Natives he traveled across land Found the South Sea

Actually the Pacific Ocean Spain Magellan Reached southern tip of S. America Found waterway to the South Sea Strait of Magellan to Pacific Ocean Reached Philippines

Killed by natives Crew circumnavigated the globe! Spain Seizes the Philippines Independent - non united islands Easy to take over

Locked a presence in Asia Key trade ports for Spain Northwest Passage Northeast Passage The Netherlands Early 1500s newly independent

Late 1500s European leader in commerce Dutch East India Company Sovereign powers with exploration Controlled a monopoly in the Spice Islands Cape Town Key location for trade Refreshing Station

The Netherlands Henry Hudson Hudson Bay Hudson River New York Even old New York was once New. England

Queen Elizabeth Support in education and exploration India Fought against French Successful at dominating India British military presence and sepoys Mughal Empire forced to pay taxes to England

England John Cabot Explored coast Newfoundland France Champlain Established Quebec

Cartier St. Lawrence River Marquette Navigated Northern Mississippi River Large control of

fur trade Asia China Limited traders Heavily watched & forced to leave each year Felt they had reached good heights without outside influences - why start now? Cultural conflicts

Language barriers Customary differences Asia Korea Suffered attacks from Japan cities destroyed & economic hardships Manchus (China) invade

Korea established as a tributary state Korea isolated itself for nearly 250 years Asia Japan Traded with Europeans Feudalism in Japan Daimyo looking for power = guns

Christianity begins to take hold Tokugawa alarmed Threatened by Spanish takeover of Phil. Turned to isolation for nearly 200 years

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