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1616: The World in Motion

1616: The World in Motion

By Thomas Christensen. Well-researched and rich in detail, this nonfiction text brings to life the tumultuous world of 1616 and its course toward modernity. From warrior rule in Japan to the emergence of the first international mega-corporations and the end of the age of Shakespeare and Cervantes, Christensen connects events from a single year around the world, illuminated by color images and artwork from the period, to embody this globalized and revolutionary era. Other topics explored include slave trading, the redefinition of the role of women, the continuing effects of global trade. Grades 9 and up. Illustrated. Trade Paper. Approximately 380 pages.
This Title is part of the Series: AP* WORLD HISTORY READING LIST

QuantityOrder CodeISBNMedia/ContentPrice5 or more Price
PG175-WBSSS 9781619020672 Paperback $29.95$26.95 (5 or more)

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