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Discovering the Global Past, Volume II

Discovering the Global Past, Volume II

ISBN 9781111341435
Edition 4
Publication Date
Publisher Cengage
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Overview
1. CROSS-CULTURAL ENCOUNTERS: TRAVEL, RELIGION, CONQUESTS, AND TRADE (1400'1700). China: Zheng He's Inscriptions in Stone, 1431. Zhang Han's Essay on Merchants. The Biography of Zhu Jiefu. Chang Hsieh's Advice to Traders (1618). Europe: Christopher Columbus Journal, 1530s. Las Casas, Teaching the True Religion (1530s). Richard Hakluyt (the Younger), Discourse on Western Planting (1584). Sir John Chardin, Travels in Persia. Thomas Mun, England's Treasure (1664). Muslim Regions: Travels of Ibn Battuta, c. 1353. Evliya Efend�, Narrative of Travels. Africa: Nzinga Mbemba, King of Kongo, to the King of Portugal, 1526. Pate Chronicle. Statistics: Rates of Population Growth, 1000-1820 (ave. annual compound growth rates). Per Capita Gross Domestic Product (in 1990 international dollars), 1000-1700. Population and Gross Domestic Product Growth, 1500-1700 (in %). Urbanization Ratios in China and Western Europe, 1000-1700 (population in cities 10,000 and over as percentage of total population). Slave Exports from Africa, By Destination (000s), 650-1800. World Gold Output by Region, 1493-1700 (in million fine oz.). Gold and Silver Shipments from the Americas to Europe, 1500-1700 (metric tons). Exports of Gold and Silver from Europe, 1600-1700 (metric tons of silver equivalent). Tobacco Imported to England from Virginia and Maryland Colonies, 1620-1700 (000s pounds). Number of Ships Sailing to Asia by Country, 1500-1700. Sugar Exports from Barbados to London, 1651-1700 (in tons). Sugar Production in Brazil, 1600-1625 (in metric tons). Wealth Distribution in Mughul Empire, c. 1600 (in percentages). 2. VILLAGES IN AN ERA OF CENTRALIZING STATES (1450'1650). Village By-laws from Great Horwood. Court Roll of Teynton, 1541. Statute of Henry VIII Regarding the Shooting of Longbows, 1511. King and Messenger, from the Smithfield Decretals, ca. 1340. Report from the General Inspection of the Chupaychu, 1549. Pedro de Cieza de Le�n, Cr�nicas, 1553. Extract from Garcilosa de la Vega. Illustration from Guaman Poma de Ayala, El Primer Nueva Cor�nica y Buen Gobierno. So Regulations. From Joint Petition by Villagers, 1407. Decrees Regarding Military Service of Villagers. Regulations for Villagers Issued by the Tokugawa Shogunate, 1643. Screen with Village Scene by Kusumi Morikage. 3. THE CONFUCIAN FAMILY: SOCIAL TYRANNY OR GROUP HARMONY. (500 C.E.'1900). Ming Family Portrait, late 16th century. Family Instructions for the Miu Lineage, late 16th century. Y�an Chiang, Section of 'The East Garden' Handscroll, late 17th century. Gui Youguang, 'A Sketch of My Mother,' late 16th century. Zhong Yong (Chung Yung)--Doctrine of the Mean, ca. 2nd century B.C.E. Xiao Jing (Hsiao Ching): the Classic of Filiality, ca. 2nd century B.C.E. From Zhu Xi (Chu Hsi), Family Rituals, 12th century. The Sacred Edict of the Kangxi Emperor, 1681. From Pu Suling (P'u Su-ling), The Bonds of Matrimony, 17th century. Zheng Xie (Cheng Hsieh), 'Mother-in-law Is Cruel,' 18th century. From Chen Duxiu (Ch'en Tu-hsiu), 'The Ways of Confucius and Modern Life,' 1916. 4. GENDER, LABOR, AND PROPERTY IN RURAL SOCIETIES (1500'1800). From the L� Code, Vietnam, 16th'17th century. From the Agama Law Code, Java, 16th century. From Antonio de Morga, History of the Philippine Islands, 1609. Illustration from a Map of the Philippines, 1735. From William Marsden, The History of Sumatra, 1783. William ten Rhyne, A Short Account of the Cape of Good Hope, 1686. Extract from Peter Kolb, The Present State of the Cape of Good-Hope, 1719. Pen and Ink Drawing of Khoikhoi Family and Stock, Unknown Artist, ca. 1700. Pen and Ink Drawing of Khoikhoi Woman Milking, Unknown Artist, ca. 1700. From the Law Code of the Territory of Salzburg, Austria, 1526. Regulations for Vineyard Workers in the Duchy of W�rttemberg, 1550. From the Land Register in the Silesian Village of Zedlitz, 1790. Johann Jacob Gr�mbke's Description of Harvesting Grain in R�gen, 1805. Hay-making in Germany, 1532. 5. SWEET NEXUS: SUGAR AND THE ORIGINS OF THE MODERN WORLD (1600'1800). Frederick Slare Defends Sugar, 1715. E. T. Parris Cartoon
Overview
1. CROSS-CULTURAL ENCOUNTERS: TRAVEL, RELIGION, CONQUESTS, AND TRADE (1400'1700). China: Zheng He's Inscriptions in Stone, 1431. Zhang Han's Essay on Merchants. The Biography of Zhu Jiefu. Chang Hsieh's Advice to Traders (1618). Europe: Christopher Columbus Journal, 1530s. Las Casas, Teaching the True Religion (1530s). Richard Hakluyt (the Younger), Discourse on Western Planting (1584). Sir John Chardin, Travels in Persia. Thomas Mun, England's Treasure (1664). Muslim Regions: Travels of Ibn Battuta, c. 1353. Evliya Efend�, Narrative of Travels. Africa: Nzinga Mbemba, King of Kongo, to the King of Portugal, 1526. Pate Chronicle. Statistics: Rates of Population Growth, 1000-1820 (ave. annual compound growth rates). Per Capita Gross Domestic Product (in 1990 international dollars), 1000-1700. Population and Gross Domestic Product Growth, 1500-1700 (in %). Urbanization Ratios in China and Western Europe, 1000-1700 (population in cities 10,000 and over as percentage of total population). Slave Exports from Africa, By Destination (000s), 650-1800. World Gold Output by Region, 1493-1700 (in million fine oz.). Gold and Silver Shipments from the Americas to Europe, 1500-1700 (metric tons). Exports of Gold and Silver from Europe, 1600-1700 (metric tons of silver equivalent). Tobacco Imported to England from Virginia and Maryland Colonies, 1620-1700 (000s pounds). Number of Ships Sailing to Asia by Country, 1500-1700. Sugar Exports from Barbados to London, 1651-1700 (in tons). Sugar Production in Brazil, 1600-1625 (in metric tons). Wealth Distribution in Mughul Empire, c. 1600 (in percentages). 2. VILLAGES IN AN ERA OF CENTRALIZING STATES (1450'1650). Village By-laws from Great Horwood. Court Roll of Teynton, 1541. Statute of Henry VIII Regarding the Shooting of Longbows, 1511. King and Messenger, from the Smithfield Decretals, ca. 1340. Report from the General Inspection of the Chupaychu, 1549. Pedro de Cieza de Le�n, Cr�nicas, 1553. Extract from Garcilosa de la Vega. Illustration from Guaman Poma de Ayala, El Primer Nueva Cor�nica y Buen Gobierno. So Regulations. From Joint Petition by Villagers, 1407. Decrees Regarding Military Service of Villagers. Regulations for Villagers Issued by the Tokugawa Shogunate, 1643. Screen with Village Scene by Kusumi Morikage. 3. THE CONFUCIAN FAMILY: SOCIAL TYRANNY OR GROUP HARMONY. (500 C.E.'1900). Ming Family Portrait, late 16th century. Family Instructions for the Miu Lineage, late 16th century. Y�an Chiang, Section of 'The East Garden' Handscroll, late 17th century. Gui Youguang, 'A Sketch of My Mother,' late 16th century. Zhong Yong (Chung Yung)--Doctrine of the Mean, ca. 2nd century B.C.E. Xiao Jing (Hsiao Ching): the Classic of Filiality, ca. 2nd century B.C.E. From Zhu Xi (Chu Hsi), Family Rituals, 12th century. The Sacred Edict of the Kangxi Emperor, 1681. From Pu Suling (P'u Su-ling), The Bonds of Matrimony, 17th century. Zheng Xie (Cheng Hsieh), 'Mother-in-law Is Cruel,' 18th century. From Chen Duxiu (Ch'en Tu-hsiu), 'The Ways of Confucius and Modern Life,' 1916. 4. GENDER, LABOR, AND PROPERTY IN RURAL SOCIETIES (1500'1800). From the L� Code, Vietnam, 16th'17th century. From the Agama Law Code, Java, 16th century. From Antonio de Morga, History of the Philippine Islands, 1609. Illustration from a Map of the Philippines, 1735. From William Marsden, The History of Sumatra, 1783. William ten Rhyne, A Short Account of the Cape of Good Hope, 1686. Extract from Peter Kolb, The Present State of the Cape of Good-Hope, 1719. Pen and Ink Drawing of Khoikhoi Family and Stock, Unknown Artist, ca. 1700. Pen and Ink Drawing of Khoikhoi Woman Milking, Unknown Artist, ca. 1700. From the Law Code of the Territory of Salzburg, Austria, 1526. Regulations for Vineyard Workers in the Duchy of W�rttemberg, 1550. From the Land Register in the Silesian Village of Zedlitz, 1790. Johann Jacob Gr�mbke's Description of Harvesting Grain in R�gen, 1805. Hay-making in Germany, 1532. 5. SWEET NEXUS: SUGAR AND THE ORIGINS OF THE MODERN WORLD (1600'1800). Frederick Slare Defends Sugar, 1715. E. T. Parris Cartoon

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