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the paths taken by explorers over sea and land
to rob for goods and values, taken by force usually in war or violent raids
meaning the whole world, worldwide
the act or state of conquering or claiming goods or land
a usually large farm or estate, on which cotton, tobacco, coffee, sugar cane is farmed usually by a labor force that lives on the farm.
to capture, to take away a person's human rights and have total control of that person.
being in the place or environment in which a person was born or a thing comes into being.
widespread exchange of animals, plants, slaves, culture, diseases and ideas between the eastern and western hemisphere.
the group of people who work
a business trade involving 3 people. A foreign buyer (importer), seller (exporter), third party supplier. Used with African Slave Trade
something new or different
the process of capturing and selling humans
to settle an area of land and create a colony or civilized community.
the system, instituted in 1503, under which a Spanish soldier or colonist was granted a tract of land or a village along with its Indian inhabitants.
a person who believes their own ethnic group or culture is superior.
hatred or intolerance of another race.
Treaty of Tordesillas
June 3,1494. Agreement between Spain and Portugal aimed at settling conflicts over lands newly discovered outside of Europe
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