20 terms

Chapter 20 and 22

kingdom, based on agriculture formed on lower Congo River by late 15th century; capital at Mbanza Kongo; ruled by hereditary monarchy
a coastal trading port in Africa that was one of the 30 coastal trading ports that flourished that were all tied together by coastal commerce and by an inland caravan trade
Columbian Exchange
biological and ecological exchange that took place following Spanish establishment of colonies in the New World; peoples of Europe and Africa came to the new world; animals, plants, and diseases of two hemispheres were transferred
Asante Empire
established in Gold Coast among Akan people settled around Kumasi; dominated by Oyoko Clan; many clans linked under Osei Tutu after 1650
kingdom developed among Fon or Aja peoples in 17th century; center at Abomey 70 miles from coast; under King Agaja expanded to control coast line and port of Whydah by 1727; accepted Western firearms and goods in return for African slaves.
the Swahili, Indian, Arabian merchants that established European styles clove plantations
Dutch settlers in Cape Colony, in Southern Africa
Great Trek
movement of Boer settlers in Cape colony of Southern Africa to escape influence of British colonial government in 1834; led to settlement of regions north of Orange River and Natal
wars of 19th century on Southern Africa; created by Zulu expansion under Shaka revolutionized political organization of southern Africa
most powerful tribe; powerful military force until the 19th century
most powerful tribe; powerful military force until the 19th century
Francis Xavier - Spanish Jesuit missionary; worked in India in the 1540's among the outcaste and lower caste groups; made little headway among elites
first Ming emperor in 1368; originally of peasant lineage; original name Zhu Yuanzhang; drove out Mongol influence; resorted position of scholar gentry
Chinese Muslim admiral who commanded series of Indian Ocean, Persian Gulf, and Red Sea trade expeditions under 3rd Ming Emperor, Yunglo, between 1405 and 1433; only Chinese attempt to create world wide trade empire
Matteo Ricci
a long with Adam Schall, Jesuit scholar in court of Ming emperors; skilled scientist; won few converts to Christianity
Japanese daimyo; first to make extensive used of fire arms; in 1573 deposed last of Ashikiaga Shoguns; unified much of central Honshu under his command; killed in 1582
Ashikaga Shogunate
replaced the Kamakura Regime in Japan; ruled from 1336-1573; destroyed rival Yoshino center for imperial authority
Toyotomi Hideyoshi
general under Nobunaga; succeeded as leading military power in central Japan; continued efforts to brake power of Daimyos; constructed a series of alliances that made him military master of Japan in 1590; died in 1598
Tokugawa Ieyashu
vassal of Toyotomi; succeeded him as most powerful military figure in Japan; granted title of Shogun in 1603 and established Tokugawa Shogunate; established political unity in Japan
Tokugawa Shogunate
founded 1603 when Tokugawa Ieyashu made Shogun by Japanese emperor; ended the civil wars and brought political unity to Japan
El Mina
Portuguese factory along the coast of Africa; it help to contribute to African trade because it allowed the Portuguese to exercise some control with few personnel