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Spanish and French settlements and long-term influence


Resources:

History as Destiny: The Case of New York City
Resource Type: E-Seminar

Relevant interactive tools:
Spanish Cities
French Cities
Spanish Cities
French Cities

Urban Crisis: Fire and Water
Resource Type: E-Seminar

Relevant interactive tools:
Don't Be Stupid; Look for Water
Don't Be Stupid; Look for Water

The Origins of Slavery in the New World
Resource Type: E-Seminar

Slavery in History: New World Encounters
Resource Type: Primary Source
This map from Theatrum orbis terrarum (1570) by Abraham Ortelius depicts what the European explorers understood of their world in the period after Columbus's encounters. The interior of the Americas, compared to that of Africa and Asia, was relatively unknown and, hence, unmapped by famous European cartographers.


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