When was Pimpinella saxifraga introduced into north America?
Christianity was introduced to the Americas by the Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, English, and French in different places and different times and different forms.
Christianity was brought to the Americas by the Puritans who escaped Great Britain's religious persecution. Ironically, the Puritans themselves were very closed minded individuals that deemed any other individuals' religious beliefs "blasphemy". Note: If you are a student of the Penn Foster program… the exam answer to this question is the Spanish. You're welcome (MORE)
Answer . No, not initially. The first settlers from England were Christians and they brought their religious practice with them.
Explorers from Europe, sailing across the Atlantic. Subsequently, the American colonies was considered a safe enough haven by those suffering religious persecution (ie: Catholics and Nonconformists) from the Anglican Church
Cattle were first introduced to North America in the late 15th century when Christopher Columbus arrived to the Americas as a refugee from Spain.
It is a continent located in both the northern and western hemispheres. North America is the third largest continent. It contains the countries, islands and territories of: . Anguilla . Antigua and Barbuda . Aruba . Bahamas . Barbados . Belize . Bermuda . British Virgin Islands . Canad…a . Cayman Islands . Clipperton Island - France . Costa Rica . Cuba . Dominica . Dominican Republic . El Salvador . Greenland . Grenada . Guadeloupe . Guatemala . Haiti . Honduras . Venezuela Isla Aves . Jamaica . Martinique . Mexico . Montserrat . Navassa Island - United States . Netherlands Antilles . Nicaragua . Panama . Petrel Islands - United States . Puerto Rico . Saint BarthÃ©lemy . Saint Kitts and Nevis . Saint Lucia . Saint Martin . Saint Pierre and Miquelon - France . Saint Vincent and the Grenadines . San AndrÃ©s y Providencia . Serranilla Bank - United States . Trinidad and Tobago . Turks and Caicos Islands . United States of America (MORE)
If you have to divide the Americas into North and South America, yes, it is in North America.
It is generally believed that Hernando de Soto, a Spanish explorer, introduced the pig to the present state of Florida, in the United States of America, in 1539.
The person to introduce tennis to the US w Mary Outerbridge. Shecame from Bermuda to New York. She never thought she wouldintroduce tennis on her voyage across the sea.
The first horses to arrive in the Americas came aboard ship with the Spanish Conquistadors of the very late fifteenth and the sixteenth centuries. These were largely pure-bred Spanish horses of breeds such as the Andalusian, Jennet, and Barb. The mustangs of the American West are descended from h…orses that escaped captivity, or were turned loose by Spanish settlers. Over the last century and a half, they have inter-bred with horses escaped from and released by Anglo settlers, and their breed diluted. Purer forms of the Spanish horses exist still in the stock of Caribbean Paso Fino horses, Latin American Criollo horses, and especially in the refined Peruvian Paso horses found in Peru, and increasingly imported and bred in the USA. (MORE)
Los Angeles was the first city in America to successfully embracesushi. In 1966, a man named Noritoshi Kanai and his Jewish businesspartner, Harry Wolff, opened Kawafuku Restaurant in Little Tokyo.
Through Christopher Columbus' explorations. He let the King and Queen of Spain know about the resources in the Americas.
No one introduced poinsettias ( Euphorbia pulcherrima ) into that part of America in which Mexico and the Central American countries are found. Specifically, poinsettias are native to southwestern Mexico and southwards through the seven (7) countries of Central America. But Joel Roberts Poi…nsett (March 2, 1774 - December 12, 1851) introduced the subsequently named poinsettias into the United States of America, where they are not native. He discovered the plants during his years as Special Envoy of 1822-1823 and as first U.S. Minister of 1825-1830 to Mexico. (MORE)
The prevailing belief is that the Spanish explorers brought thefirst modern horses to North America on their sailing vessels. Thiswas back in the 1500s. Historians believe that at one time, a fewevolutionary predecessors of the horse lived in North America, butthey have been extinct for over 10,000 …years. (MORE)
An alternate theory about the introduction of prohibition is that the oil companies of the day wanted to secure a monopoly on vehicle fuel supply. All cars in the US ran on both petroleum based fuels and alcohol based fuels in the early 20th century and the introduction of prohibition stopped the pr…oduction of both alcohol for human consumption and for use as a fuel. (MORE)
Americans had almost no exposure to Buddhism until the 1800's. At that time (around 1830) immigrants from China started to arrive. They estabished the first Buddhist temple in San Francisco around 1850. By 1900 there were around 400 temples which were dismissed as heathen sites by the white American…s. When ntry into the US became difficult Korean and Japaese Buddhists came to HAwaii. Japanese Buddhist temples came to Hawaii 1895 and mainland USA in 1890 (together with Buddhist missionaries) followed by a temple in Vancouver B.C. in 1905. Amercan intellectuals began to take an interest in Buddhism in the middle 1800's. The first known convert to Buddhism was in 1875 (Henry Olcott) . (MORE)
Both continents are located in what is called the Western Hemisphere. North America is the continent where it's northernmost islands are within the Arctic Circle, and extends south to near the Tropic of Cancer. Central America is the thin strip of land that conjoins North America to South America an…d runs through the Tropic of Cancer. South of that is South America, which has a similar shape to that of Africa except there is no significant horn on the eastern edge of the continent. The Equator runs through the northern part of South America, through the northern part of Brazil and southern part of Columbia. The Tropic of Capricorn runs through the southern half of the continent. The southernmost tip of South America is near Antarctica, but never close enough to be near the Antarctic Circle or South Pole. If you want a short answer, look at a world map! See the related link below for such a picture. (MORE)
they where natrually brought up they are not indiginous to the Americas The horses you have in America today were brought over from Europe by settlers in the 1400s.
Domestic pigs were first introduced in America in 1539. Theexplorer, Hernando de Soto brought them with on his explorationsout of Mexico.
The first reference to coffee in America appeared in writtenrecords in the colony of New York in 1670. One possibility is thatthe English first brought coffee to America sometime between 1664and 1673. New York was originally named New Netherlands.
Poinsettias ( Euphorbia pulcherrima ) are native to America. Specifically, their native homeland ranges from southwestern Mexico through Central America. As long as such critical conditions as appropriate levels of humidity, light intensity, moisture, nutrition and temperature are met, poinsetti…as can be grown outside their native range. That is why they can be found growing as far away as India nowadays. (MORE)
It is not known who first brought cows to America, but it is known that Columbus brought cattle to the West Indies on his second voyage to the New World in 1493. Cortez brought Spanish cattle from Spain to Mexico in 1519, and these Longhorns spread from Mexico northward. In 1609 the first cattle wer…e brought from England by colonists beginning a new life in what was then called New England. (MORE)
North America and South America are separate continents connected by a thin mass of land called Central America.Yes,we can also call it the mini distric.
I don't know what your question means but I do know the Americas received Christ as Catholic Friars and Monks spread the Gospel message. Protestants came along later and spread the Gospel to the Americas.
It was named America first, then Brazil and the places to the south were founded. They were then called North America and South America, for one is North and one is South.
The Horse. Before the arrival of European colonists, there were no horses in the Americas.
1521 is the date the city of Cumana, Venezula was founded by the Catholic Spaniard, Gonzalo de Ocampo. A Franciscan mission was established there. There were other prior landings and visitations to South America by other Portuguese and Spanish explorers, but they didn't immediately result in the est…ablishment of a city where a church was built, and missionary work was undertaken. (MORE)
so slaves can work on there plantations and the Americans were lazy to do there own job
Actually, and I say this with respect to the asker, horses weren't introduced to North America, they originated in North America. Don't ask me how they got over to Europe and whatnot, I just know that the Dawn Horse , the first form of a horse - Equus callabus scientifically - appeared in North… America about 60 million years ago. In addition: Between 10,000 and 8,000 years ago, horses disappeared entirely from North and South America. Various conflicting theories exist as to the reason for this, including food shortage, disease, and extinction as a result of hunting by the growing human population. They were re-introduced in the 16th century by Spanish explorers who brought their horses over by ship. (MORE)
jazz wasn't introduced to America. jazz IS America! The logical idea is to try to link jazz back to African music somehow. But, for many reasons, this turns out not to be so straightforward. Perhaps the most potent denial of this direct African connection is the fact that in 1808 the US federal go…v't declared the slave trade to be illegal. So after 1808, very few new slaves were arriving in America directly from Africa. To put this date into perspective: the first known appearance of the word "jazz" in print didn't arrive until 1913. That's leaves a period of ~100 years for American slaves to evolve away from authentic African music forms! However, there are clearly some ties that can be made back to West African music from jazz. But this is the sort of stuff that music historians argue about. You've asked a very simple question and it deserves a simple answer... If you had a gun to my head, I would say that "jazz" was first cultivated as an independent musical form in the first decade of the 20th century. But keep in mind that the actual origin of jazz is anything but simple. (MORE)
Of course, just like Europe introduced food and animals to the Americas, the Europeans brought back food to Europe. Ironically we think of Italy and many of us think Pizza, spaghetti, ect. What we don't realize is the tomato sauce...well, tomatoes are not native to Italy, they were native to the …Americas. So was squash, pumpkin, corn, rubber, coffee, and many others. Animans brought back from the Americas include Bears, beavers, otters, minks, lynx, turkeys, llamas or alpacas, parrots/other pet birds, dog species, racoons, squirrels, chipmunks, birds like hummingbirds, and several insect species. There are tons more too... (MORE)
No. North America is a single continent while the Americas is a "supercontinent" that combines the two continents of North and South America.
The anime came out on September 7, 1998, and Red/Blue came out September 30, 1998.
It's more like what did America introduce to the explorers. The explorers themselves didn't really bring anything to the table (pardon the pun) when they landed. Instead the fruits and vegetables of America are what made settlers move here to start up their own colonies. For example the tomato was …unknown until Europeans came to America. In fact when they brought it back, many people thought it was poisonous because it was full of water and had a weird taste. Eggplant was another item that was unknown to Europe until it came back from America. That's why the Italian name for eggplant is melanzane which literally translated means "crazy apple". Sugar was probably the biggest thing Europeans found when they got here. It became the most highly traded item from the colonies for many years. It was so in demand that before crossing the Atlantic, sugar was considered a very aristocratic luxury because it was so scarce and expensive. I think the only thing Europeans brought to America was smallpox and guns. (MORE)
There is no singular individual which brought over electronic and techno music to the United States. There are always arguments about who founded it or who truly created it but in reality the popular artists of the time are the ones who truly introduced it to America. But understand, techno and elec…tronic music in general is still largely dominated by Europe. In fact, that is why Euro and Electronica are often synonymous terms. Germany in particular is the major rave town. So while the techno scene is growing in America it still is predominantly found in Europe. (MORE)
The United States is a country in North America. America is a general term used for both North and South America, but usually when people say the word "America" they are referring to the USA. (America is a general term used for Centra l, South and North America)
They were always there. there are many copepod species found only in America so they probably didn't come from elsewhere.
Depending on how far North you want to go. Starting from the top, there's the Arctic Circle, Canada, Greenland (sometimes considered part of the European/Russian area), Alaska, and parts of the Northern United States.
In Africa, there would be wars, the winners would take prisoners of war and would sell them to European traders who would sell them in the Americas to plantation owners who would use the slaves as free labor
In fact it was a president from England named Franklin Pierce. America found out about it when Pierce insisted he have a Christmas tree when the holiday came around. Then the tree was posted about in newspapers all over America. Now most Americans have a Christmas tree to decorate when Christmas com…es around. (MORE)
America is named after Amerigo Vespucci, an Italian explorer and cartographer who is credited as being the first cartographer to make a map of the Americas as not being part of Asia, but being a stand alone Landmass. Specifically America is the feminized Latin version of the name Amerigo.
The Muslims from Arabian Peninsula when they went to Egypt. Of course they had the Muslim empires and dynasties and trading that streched across North Africa.
It wasn't "introduced" per se. A majority of the slaves came over with their masters in the 17th and 18th centuries (the slave trade was forbidden in America at that time, the only way slaves were permitted in America, was if they were brought over by their masters.)
American Muslim men and women are as diverse as the world. Their original ancestries represent multitudes of countries and regions and contrary to common assumptions they are not monolithic representatives of one reality. Despite their small numbers (5-7 million) their presence in this country pre-d…ates the American Revolution and Christopher Columbus (2). Since the 1500â²s Muslims traveled and explored North America. Christopher Columbus sailed to the Americas with two ship captains and their younger brother who were related to Abuzayan Muhammad III, the Moroccan Sultan (1196-1465) (3). In 1572 fleeing the Spanish Inquisition Muslim Estevancio of Azamor (meaning North African Azamiri) was the first to explore Arizona and New Mexico (4). Every war America fought, American Muslims played a role. During the American Revolution Peter Saleem (Salem), Yusuf bin Ali, Bampett Muhammad, Saleem (Salem) Poor among others- fought and died with American revolutionaries. Poor fought at the Battle of Bunker Hill in Colonel Frye's Regiment. Colonel William Prescott and 14 officers petitioned the legislatures of Massachusetts to reward officer Poor for his bravery, distinguished accomplishments and exceptional character. Peter Saleem also fought in the Battle of Bunker Hill and was lauded for his valor. He received his honors in the presence of George Washington. Both Saleem and Poor (5) are commemorated on U.S. postage stamps. Many of the early African Americans who by force or abduction were enslaved to build American colonies were Muslim (6). Muhammad Bilal in his early teens was abducted from his well educated Muslim family in Sierra Leone (7). Bilal along with 80 Muslims under his command fought the British in the war of 1812 successfully defending Sapelo Island for the Americans. Bilal authored the first American Muslim Arabic manuscript titled "Rissala" or "message" that explored his faith, beliefs and prayers (8). Also in 1832 Omar Said's hand written accounts of his abduction and enslavement in South and North Carolina were written in Arabic- he was a Muslim. The Founding Fathers thoughtfully considered the relationship of Islam to the new nation. They willingly included provisions to protect Muslims. In Jefferson's autobiography, he recounts the passage of his landmark Bill for "Establishing Religious Freedom" and wrote with satisfaction of Virginia legislature's rational rejection to limit the bill's scope by including protections for "Mohamaten" (Muslims) (9). Jefferson often stated his despise of narrow-mindedness declaring "Bigotry is the disease of ignorance." (MORE)
No, one thing cannot be larger than itself, since it is the same item. For example, if you have a banana, you cannot say "this banana is much tastier than this banana" (referring to the same banana); it does not make any sense. North America is the same size as North America since it is the same thi…ng. (MORE)
It depends on if the honey badger can overcome the bees. The killer bees will win, but you have got to take into consideration that the badger might be stronger than we think.
America invented bowling. The Dutch brought the game of 9 pins to America. The New York legislature outlawed the game of 9 pins. A group of New Yorkers added a 10th pin and called it bowling. That way they were not playing 9 pins.
British General Robert Baden-Powell started Boy Scouts in England in 1907, and in 1909, a man named W. D. Boyce was walking through London. It was foggy, and he got lost. A Boy Scout came up and asked if he could help. He led Mr. Boyce to his destination, and turned down Boyce's offer of money. Mr. …Boyce was so impress that on February 8 of 1910, he started the BSA. No one knows who the Scout from London is, and it will probably never be known, which is why he is called the Unknown Scout (MORE)
The first Ford Ranger was introduced in North America in 1983, serving as a replacement for the previous Ford Courier, both manufactured by the Ford Motor Company.
Yes and no. If you mean "America" the continent, then it's true -and you also have South America. If you mean The United States ofAmerica, then, no because North America is the whole continent.