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CHAPTER 7:

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Travis Swanberg

on 24 September 2013

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Transcript of CHAPTER 7:

Chapter Highlights
CHAPTER 7: Commerce & Culture
Silk Roads
Sea Routes
Sand Roads
Ancient Trade Routes
Economics
Mr. Grosulak
Mr. Landherr
Mr. Swanberg
Mr. Wagner
THE SILK ROADS
TIMELINE
Sea Roads
Sand Roads
Western Africa
Beginnings
Commercial Goods
Sahara
Who founded the Americas?
America a New Network
Western Vs. Eastern Hemisphere trade
Other Trade Factors
Early Civilizations
Cahokia
Mesoamerica
Mesoamerica & Andes Peoples
Connections

Warfare
Vikings
Thorfinn Karlsfeni
Leif Ericsson
Earliest Settlements in NA
Economic Globalization
New States
Self Consumption
Trading Luxury Items
Political Control
India & China
Southeast Asia & East Africa
Mongol
Readings
Doc. 7.1
A Chinese Buddist in India
Doc. 7.2
A European Christian in China
The Growth of Trade Routes...
Inner and Outer Eurasia
Indirect Connections
Goods in Transit
Roles and Cultures - Religion
Exchange of Diseases
Any Questions?
Inca
Record of the Western Region
The Travels of Marco Polo
Indian Ocean

Long Distance Trade Routes
Growth of environmental &
cultural differences
Commercial Network
Transportation- cheaper & heavier
Monsoons
Technology
Economic Exchange
Southeast Asia
East Africa
China & India
Stimulated by Trade
Attractions
Culture
Political Ideas
Empires
Long distance trade
Swahili Civilization
Cultural
Economic
Rise of Islam
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