Millennium History

History of North America

  • Mercosur

    The Mercosur is the acronym for Southern Common Market , an economic bloc currently composed of four South American countries, created on March 26, 1991. There are five countries that make up Mercosur:Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela. The latter, however, is temporarily suspended

  • American Way of Life

    American way of life or American way of life was a model of behavior that emerged in the United States after the First and Second World Wars. This way of life involved consumerism, social standardization and the belief in liberal democratic values. Features of the American Way of Life The idea of

  • American Independence (1776)

    The Independence of the United States , also called the American Revolution, was declared on July 4, 1776. From this moment onwards, England ceased to command the destinies of the Americans. Initially, from 1776 to 1787, the United States was under the Confederacy regime, where there was no centra

  • Spanish Colonization

    The Spanish colonization in America was characterized by the modification of the political, economic and religious structure of the societies that inhabited that territory. The Spaniards introduced a new religion, language, economic and social organization to the American continent. For their part

  • Cuban Revolution

    The Cuban Revolution , which took place in 1959, was a guerrilla movement that overthrew the dictatorial government of Fulgencio Batista. The Revolution implanted the socialist regime in Cuba and linked the Caribbean island politically and economically to the Soviet Union. Historical Context Cubas

  • Incas, Aztecs and Mayans

    The Inca, Aztec and Mayan civilizations were the most developed in the Americas, from a material point of view. They are also called pre-Columbian, as they developed before Christopher Columbus arrived in America in 1492. They lived in different territories and therefore never lived together. Its

  • Argentina

    Argentina , whose official name is the Argentine Republic, is a country located in southern South America , the largest after Brazil. It is among the ten largest countries in the world. In terms of population, it is the third most populous country in South America, after Brazil and Colombia. It is

  • Martin Luther King

    Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968) was a Baptist minister and one of the leading black leaders in the fight against racial discrimination in the United States. A political activist, Martin demanded living wages and more jobs for the black population. Furthermore, he defended womens rights and was a

  • Pre-Columbian peoples

    Pre-Columbian peoples are those who lived in America before the arrival of Christopher Columbus. This term is used to refer to the native peoples of Hispanic America and Anglo-Saxon America. For Brazil, the term pre-cabraline is used. Among the pre-Columbian cultures we can find Incas, Aztecs, May

  • Wild West Legends

    The Crazy Horse, Geronimo and the Sitting Bull are legends of the Wild West. They are the inspiration for most westerns. Why did these Indians become so popular? Crazy Horse Crazy Horse was born around 1840. He was the Lakota war leader in the nineteenth century. Its main goal was to fight the U

  • Anthropomorphic pipes of Mississippi cultures and what was smoked in them

    Anthropomorphic clay pipes are one of the most beautiful and interesting creations of Mississippi cultures. These monuments developed from around 1500 BC. to the 12th century CE, from the simplest forms to pipes, the bowls of which took an anthropomorphic or zoomorphic shape and often depicted mytho

  • "Dream Team" - the best team in the history of sport

    The American constellation, which delighted the fans eyes during the Olympic Games in Barcelona, ​​was not only a sporting phenomenon. It is a sociological, cultural and psychological phenomenon. However, the team that pushed basketball to the heights of popularity was not crystal clear. She faced v

  • Max Jacobson, aka Dr. Feelgood. His amphetamine treatments supported JFK on his way to the top

    One of JFKs most trusted doctors came from a town near Bydgoszcz. Doctor Max Jacobson, until the end of the 1960s, looked after the members of the American social cream, treating them with amphetamines, methamphetamines and ... the human placenta. The exact date of birth of Max (actually Moshe) Ja

  • The negative aspects of American history that shouldn't be weathered! About Dred Scott and his judgment

    No one would be interested, but my college seminar was American Law, which also dealt with this Dred Scott v. Sandford case. World history textbooks teach Civil War as a war of liberation of slaves, but I think its not that easy in reality. The other day, I read Toni Morrisons book Beloved and s

  • George Washington, the first president of the United States

    It is well known that the first president of the United States is George Washington, but few people know who Washington was and what life he had lived. This time, lets take a look at the life of George Washington, the father of the founding of the United States. Marriage with Martha George

  • John Adams-The Second President of the United States, who opposed slavery but had to affirm

    Muromachi 2nd Shogun, Tokugawa 2nd Shogun, 2nd Roman Emperor, 2nd Han Empire Emperor, Ming 2nd Emperor I think that few people will come up with their names immediately. As with these examples, few Japanese will soon see the name John Adams, and fewer will know what John Adams did. Anything shop

  • Thomas Jefferson-The Third President of the United States Trying to Include Emancipation Proclamation in the Declaration of Independence-

    There are huge stone statues of four American presidents in Mount Rushmore Memorial National Park. These are based on the motifs of four of the most successful presidents of the United States, from left to right:George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. This t

  • Father of the United States Constitution! Fourth President James Madison

    Actually, we Japanese are not familiar with American history. After the war, American culture flowed in, and I am still familiar with American culture through Hollywood movies, but I dont think there are many opportunities to learn about American history. It is common sense that the first presid

  • Why you don't want to personally evaluate James Monroe, the fifth president of the United States

    I personally dont like it, but James Monroe, the fifth president of the United States, has a politically flashy track record. The 5th President of the United States James Monroe is also from the Virginia landowner class. Naturally, given that Americas first colony was Virginia, its worth no

  • John Quincy Adams, 6th President of the United States

    Among the successive presidents of the United States, there is a family of about two people who became presidents with their parents. One is the Bush family and the other is the Adams family. John Quincy Adams, the sixth president of the United States, is the son of the second John Adams. The

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