What is the title of the textbook? Which edition?
The Earth and its Peoples: a Global History (2nd edition)
Who are the authors?
Bulliet, Crossley, Headrick, Hirsch, Johnson, and Northrup
What starts on page iii?
What starts on page v?
How many ‘parts’ is the textbook broken into?
What does Part Five cover?
‘The Globe Encompassed’
What is the title of Chapter 25?
‘Nation Building and Economic Transformation in the Americas’
What starts on page xix?
Table of Maps
What can be found on page xxi?
Table of Environment/Technology & Society/Culture features
Turn to page 1. What chapters does Part One cover?
‘The Emergence of Human Communities’
What does the reading at the beginning of each part cover?
A brief explanation of what will be covered in the part.
What can be found at the beginning of each Part following the reading?
Turn to page 200. What information is listed on the chapter number page of each chapter?
The Silk Road, The Indian Ocean, Routes Across the Sahara, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Spread of Ideas
What information can be found in the first part of the reading of each chapter?
Year-year timeframes; study questions
What chart is found at the beginning of each chapter?
What illustration is found on page 326?
‘The Mongol Domains in Eurasia in 1300’
What illustration is found on page 501?
‘Plantation Scene, Antigua, British West Indies’
What is found on page 564?
‘Environment & Technology: Women and Tokugawa Technology’
What is found on page 628?
A map of the Dominion of Canada in 1873
What information can be found in the reading at the end of each chapter?