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Ap European History

chap 14 vocab

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8.“Conquerors.” leaders in the Spanish conquests in the Americas, especially Mexico and Peru, in the sixteenth century.
9.The reciprocal importation and exportation of plants and animals between Europe and the Americas.
10.The journey of slaves from Africa to the Americas as the middle leg of the triangular trade.
11.The administrative head of the provinces of New Spain and Peru in the Americas.
1.A company or association that raises capital by selling shares to individuals who receive dividends on their investment while a board of directors runs the company.
2.An economic theory that held that a nation’s prosperity depended on its supply of gold and silver and the total volume of trade is unchangeable; its adherents therefore advocated that the government play an active role in the economy by encouraging exports and discouraging imports, especially through the use of tariffs.
3.A pattern of trade in early modern Europe that connected Europe, Africa, and the Americas in an Atlantic economy.
4.The dramatic rise in prices (inflation) that occurred throughout Europe in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.
5.Advisory groups to viceroys in Spanish America.
6.Charts of landmasses and coastlines made by navigators and mathematicians in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.
7.In Spanish America , a form of economic and social organization in which a Spaniard was given a royal grant that enabled the holder of the grant to collect tribute from the Indians and use them as laborers.

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