America: A Narrative History (9th Edition) by George Brown Tindall, David E. Shi

By George Brown Tindall, David E. Shi

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America has bought greater than 1.8 million copies over the last 8 versions simply because it’s a booklet that scholars get pleasure from examining. powerful storytelling, colourful anecdotes, and biographical sketches make the narrative soaking up and the cloth extra memorable. The 9th variation contains refreshed and up-to-date insurance of African American background and has been streamlined from 37 to 34 chapters.

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Mayan war parties destroyed each other’s cities and took prisoners, who were then sacrificed to the gods in theatrical rituals. Whatever the reasons for the weakening of Mayan society, it succumbed to the Toltecs, a warlike people who conquered most of the region in the tenth century. D. 1200 the Toltecs mysteriously withdrew after a series of droughts, fires, and invasions. Pre-Columbian Indian Civilizations • 9 Mayan society A fresco depicting the social divisions of Mayan society. A Mayan lord, at the center, receives offerings.

985 a Norse Icelander named Erik the Red colonized the west coast of a rocky, fogbound island he called Greenland. The world’s largest island, Greenland was mostly covered by ice and devoid of human inhabitants. The Vikings established a settlement on the southwest coast. Erik the Red ironically named the island Greenland in hopes of misleading prospective colonists about its suitability for settlement. D. 1001 and sighted the coast of present-day Newfoundland in northeastern Canada, where he settled for the winter.

The zealously pious monarchs gave the defeated Muslims, and soon thereafter, the Jews living in Spain and Portugal (called Sephardi), the same desperate choice: convert to Catholicism or leave Spain. The forced exile of Muslims and Jews from Spain was one of the many factors that prompted Europe’s involvement in global expansion. Other factors— urbanization, world trade, the rise of centralized nations, and advances in knowledge, technology, and firepower—combined with natural human curiosity, greed, and religious zeal to spur the exploration and conquest of the Western Hemisphere.

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