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United States Independence – American history

By |2018-04-19T11:29:06-07:00August 13th, 2017|History, Native American, North America|

Rock Art from Utah, about 1700 AD In the 1700s AD, most of North America was still under the control of native people. Because Pueblo people and the Navajo had taken Spanish invaders' horses and traded them north, they and the Sioux, Ute, Blackfoot, and other Plains Indians did very well. Hunting bison was much easier on horseback than it had been on foot. And [...]

Enlightenment in Spain – 1700s

By |2018-04-28T17:46:56-07:00August 5th, 2017|History, Modern Europe|

Barbara of Portugal, Queen of Spain Elizabeth Farnese kept power in Spain until the death of her husband Philip in 1746 AD, but when Philip died power passed from Elizabeth to her step-son Ferdinand VI's wife Barbara. Ferdinand and Barbara stayed neutral between France and Britain. They refused to get involved. Like the advisers of Louis XV at the same [...]

Austro-Hungarian Empire – Late 1600s

By |2019-02-06T08:52:30-07:00August 5th, 2017|History, Modern Europe|

Leopold More Austro-Hungarian Empire In the 1650s, most people in Europe thought of Austria as a place where instead of freedom they had rules that everyone had to be the same, and everyone had to be Catholic. Austria-Hungary in the early 1600s All our Modern Europe articles Between Protestants and Islam But the Austrians saw [...]