Early Egyptian Civilization Essay

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The Contribution of the Nile River to the early Egyptian Civilization

One of the primary and arguably the most important geographical feature that facilitated the early stages of development of the Egyptian people was the Nile River. It provided the early Egyptians with a range of sociological benefits. First and foremost would be the natural fertilization process caused by the annual flooding of the Nile. It would deposit silt in the nearby plains creating optimal conditions for crop farming to support the local population. The Nile was an easy way for the early Egyptians to transport goods and materials such as wood and limestone used to build the pyramids, as well as trade with other societies along the Nile.

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So it can be said that not only is tea a product of cultural exchange but tea has also perpetuated further cultural exchange.

Roderick Conway Morris
November 4, 2011
How maritime routes let to cultural exchanges http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/05/arts/05iht-rarteast05.html?_r=0 http://www.teavana.com/tea-info/history-of-tea

The Geographical Influence of Forests and Rivers in the Development of North American society

The Development of The United States as a country was greatly impacted by several geographical features, however one primary factor that contributed to our expansion was the Gold Rush of the West. The people of the time wanted wealth to provide better lives for themselves and their families. With word spreading that there was gold to be mined out west people began to journey out there and expand settlements.
Another geographical feature that lead to the expansion was the climate and weather of other areas. Once it was discovered that the south had warmer temperatures it gave people an incentive to migrate and cultivate farther down. The warmer climate meant longer and larger harvests which would lead to a bigger profit.

http://education.nationalgeographic.com/encyclopedia/north-america-human-geography/

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