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  1. Jacques Cartier (8139 bytes)
    3: ...rior eastern region that would become the first european-inhabited area of that country.
    5: ...s part of a respectable family of mariners and improved his social status in 1520 by marrying Catherin...
    9: ...t Cartier made three voyages of discovery in dangerous and hitherto unknown waters without losing a sh...
    13: ... the sons of Huron [[Chief Donnacona]], back to Europe.
    15: ==Second Voyage 1535-1536==
  2. Mary, the mother of Jesus (30135 bytes)
    2: ...nd the [[betrothal|betrothed]] of [[Joseph the Betrothed|Joseph]]. The area of [[Christian]] [[theolog...
    8: ...f Mary, and the centuries of Marian cult derived from the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Christian chur...
    13: ...for strangers (Luke 2:6, 7). But as the inn was crowded, Mary had to retire to a place among the catt...
    15: ...among the doctors in the temple (Luke 2:41-52). Probably also during this period Joseph died, for he ...
    17: ... of Mary in the Gospels until we find her at the cross along with her sister Mary, and [[Mary Magdalen...
  3. Vermont (39851 bytes)
    36: ... York]] to the west, and the [[Canada|Canadian]] province of [[Quebec]] to the north.
    38: ...tionary War]]. Famous for its scenery, [[dairy]] products and [[maple syrup]], Vermont has long been k...
    44: ...hington]], three miles east of [[Roxbury, Vermont|Roxbury]].
    50: ...ion, giving Vermont some of New England's best [[cross-country skiing]] areas.
    52: ...articular variant of the tree; it rather results from a number of soil and climate conditions unique t...
  4. History of California (38344 bytes)
    1: ...k|This article covers the History of California through 1900; for events in the 20th century and beyon...
    3: ...e known '''history of California''' begins with European exploration.
    5: ...49, then with its fertile agricultural lands and prodigious oil fields, and finally with its high-tech...
    11: ... Woman]] on [[Santa Rosa Island, California|Santa Rosa Island]] are among the traces of a very early i...
    13: ...othills collected [[acorn]]s from [[oak]] trees, ground them, and leached out the acidic [[tannin]] to...
  5. Thomas More (15893 bytes)
    2: ...an Catholic Church]], in which he became the [[patron saint]] of statesmen, lawyers, and politicians.
    9: ...own her daughter by her previous husband. More provided his daughters with an excellent classical ed...
    12: ...[Holy Roman Emperor]] [[Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor|Charles V]], More was knighted and made undertre...
    14: ...ion that entailed administrative and judicial control of much of northern England.
    17: ...e:Utopia.jpg|300px|thumb|left|[[Woodcut]] by [[Ambrosius Holbein]] for a [[1518]] edition of ''Utopia....
  6. Protestant Reformation (26890 bytes)
    1: ...lso led to the [[Counter-Reformation]] within the Roman Catholic Church.
    3: == Roots of the Reformation ==
    20: ...cal and demographic forces that contributed to a growing disaffection with the wealth and power of the...
    22: ...stry. Accumulation of surplus, competitive [[overproduction]], and heightened competition to maximize ...
    24: ...e stimulated, landowners increasingly moved away from the [[Manorialism|manorial]] economy. Woolen man...
  7. Gerardus Mercator (3294 bytes)
    7: ...of German descent, remembered for the [[Mercator projection]] named after him.
    9: ... of italic script to be published in northern [[Europe]].
    11: ...6thcentury.jpg|thumb|left|300px|Mercator map of Europe]]
    12: ...Wilhelm of Cleve]] in [[1564]]. He devised a new projection and first used it in [[1569]]; it had para...
    15: ...[[Ptolemy]] (though introducing a number of new errors). Maps of [[France]], [[Germany]] and the [[Net...
  8. Erasmus (18332 bytes)
    1: ...re provided by [http://classroomclipart.com Classroom Clipart]]]
    2: ...derius Erasmus of Rotterdam''') ([[October 27]], probably [[1466]] – [[July 12]], [[1536]]) was ...
    6: ... cared for by his parents till their early death from the [[plague]] in [[1483]], and then given the b...
    8: ...of spending the rest of his life as an English [[professor]]. He stayed at [[Queens' College, Cambridg...
    10: ... Press|Aldus Manutius]] at [[Venice]], but apart from this he had a less active association with Itali...
  9. Francis Drake (14963 bytes)
    2: ...o [[circumnavigation|circumnavigate]] the globe, from [[1577]] to [[1580]] and was knighted on his ret...
    7: ...as early as [[1535]]. The [[1540]] date is taken from a portrait painted quite late in his life. Franc...
    9: During the [[Catholicism|Roman Catholic]] uprising of [[1549]], the family wa...
    12: ... few days before, nearly costing Drake his life. From then on, he devoted the rest of his life to work...
    13: ...ad escaped the Spanish), Drake raided the waters around [[Dari鮬 Panama|Darien]] (in modern [[Panama]...
  10. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    5: *[[Pietro d'Abano]], (1250?-1316)
    11: *[[John Abercrombie]], (1780-1844)
    15: ...eon Abravanel|Judah ben Isaac Abravanel]], (1460?-1535?){{fn|C}}{{fn|R}}
    16: *[[Alessandro Achillini]], (1463-1512)
    21: *[[Robert Adams (philosopher)|Robert Adams]], (born 1937){{fn|O}}
  11. Knights Hospitaller (26158 bytes)
    1: ...id to have come to an end following its ejection from Malta by [[Napoleon]]. The '''Sovereign Military...
    5: ...e of [[Jesus]]. It was served by [[Benedictine]] Brothers.
    7: ...it to Jerusalem but the order soon extended into providing an armed escort to pilgrims. The escort soo...
    9: ...h located near [[Tripoli, Lebanon|Tripoli]]. The property of the Order was divided into [[priories]], ...
    15: ... surrendered to the knights. They also gained control a number of neighboring islands, as well as the ...
  12. Iron (23778 bytes)
    5: ...span="2" align="center">[[manganese]] &ndash; '''iron''' &ndash; [[cobalt]]</td>
    7: <td rowspan="3" valign="middle">'''Fe'''<br>[[Ruthenium|...
    17: <td>iron, Fe, 26</td></tr>
    21: <td>[[periodic table group|Group]], [[periodic table period|Period]], [[periodic...
    22: <td>[[group 8 element|8 (VIIIB)]], [[period 4 element|4]], ...
  13. Chile (39914 bytes)
    39: established_dates = From [[Spain]]<br>[[September 18]], [[1810]]<br>[[Feb...
    56: ...]'s first Spanish expedition south from Peru in [[1535]]-[[1536|36]] called themselves the "men of Chill...
    62: ...age provided by [http://classroomclipart.com Classroom Clip Art]]]
    64: ...entral valley, and Chile became part of the [[Viceroyalty of Peru]].
    66: ... [[slavery]] in [[1683]] defused tensions on the frontier between the colony and the Mapuche land to t...
  14. Tropical savanna (1816 bytes)
    1: ... to this seasonal aridity, either having long tap roots to reach water tables, or bulbs to store water...
    3: Tropical savannas are widespread on the continent of ...
    5: [[Native Americans]] created subtropical savannas by periodic burning in some areas o...
  15. Francisco Vásquez de Coronado (19760 bytes)
    3: [[Image:Coronado-Remington.jpg|thumb|right|Coronado Sets Out to the North, by [[Frederic Remingto...
    5: ...estern [[United States]] between 1540 and 1542. Coronado had hoped to conquer the mythical [[Seven Cit...
    7: ==Background==
    8: ...ta Rica]]. <ref> [http://genforum.genealogy.com/coronado/messages/30.html Origin of Vázquez de
    9: Coronado family] </ref>
  16. Hernán Cortés (42809 bytes)
    2: ...arge portions of mainland [[Mexico]] under the [[Crown of Castile|King of Castile]], in the early 16th...
    4: ...ile the more prestigious title of [[New Spain|Viceroy]] was given to a high-ranking nobleman, [[Antoni...
    6: Because of the controversial undertakings of Cortés and the scarcity o...
    14: ... of [[Rodrigo de Monroy y Almaraz, 5th Lord of Monroy]], and wife Mencía de Orellana y Carvajal.
    16: ...tings and actions suggest he studied [[Law]] and probably [[Latin language|Latin]].
  17. Hernando de Soto explorer (34946 bytes)
    1: ...the modern-day [[United States]], was the first European to discover the [[Mississippi River]].
    3: A vast undertaking, de Soto's expedition ranged throughout the [[southeastern United States]] searchin...
    5: ...quista|reconquest]] of the [[Iberian peninsula]] from Islamic forces. Spain and [[Portugal]] were fill...
    9: ..., who first sailed that ocean to the [[Orient]], profoundly influenced de Soto's ambitions.
    12: ...ca]]), de Soto was in charge of one of the three groups of mounted soldiers. The Spanish captured Atah...
  18. Judge (10187 bytes)
    3: ...s, functions, and training of judges vary widely from [[jurisdiction]] to jurisdiction.
    9: ...orld continue to wear wigs, a tradition imported from the [[United Kingdom|British]] legal system.]]
    15: ...lawyers]] and are generally appointed or elected from among practicing [[attorney]]s.
    17: ...[justice]] under the applicable rules of [[civil procedure]].
    21: ...court, while judges elected for a four-year term from the population, without any special legal traini...
  19. Green alga (4059 bytes)
    1: ...e-photo.jpg|400px|thumb|right|Photo of Green and Brown Algae]]
    8: *[[Chlorophyta]] <BR>
    9: *[[Charophyta]] <BR>
    13: ...sly included among the [[Plantae]] or with the [[Protist]]a. The green algae include unicellular and ...
    15: ...een chloroplasts, which were presumably acquired from ingested green algae, in the latter case retaini...

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