Examples of tributary states in the following topics:
- Many additional countries became tributary states of the Mongol Empire.
- Tatar and Mongol raids against Russian states continued well into the later 1200's.
- However, the rise of the Mali Empire in the thirteenth century contributed to its steady decline, and its brief period of dominance came to an end when it was reduced to a tributary state.
- Instead, the increased salmon population is likely due to the diminishing number of minor waterways, which cause salmon populations to swim in major tributaries, like the Columbia River, despite water conditions.
- The discussion section should analyze the results, state why they matter, contextualize them in relation to existing research and suggest what the results imply for future research.
- In total, more than 1,052 cities and settlements have been
found, mainly in the general region of the Indus River and its tributaries.
- The first is that there was a single state encompassing all
the communities of the civilization, given the similarity in artifacts, the
evidence of planned settlements, the standardized ratio of brick size, and the apparent
establishment of settlements near sources of raw material.
- Carnegie was born in Dunfermline, Scotland, and emigrated to the United States with his parents in 1848.
- His first job in the United States was as a factory worker in a bobbin factory.
- In 1888, Carnegie bought the rival Homestead Steel Works, which included an extensive plant served by tributary coal and iron fields, a 425-mile long railway, and a line of lake steamships.
- He concluded negotiations on March 2, 1901, and formed the United States Steel Corporation.
- Schwab), was the largest such industrial takeover in United States history to date.
- Jefferson championed the rights of states and insisted on limited federal government as well as limited taxes.
- Nonetheless, Jefferson responded to the capture of American ships and sailors by pirates off the coast of North Africa by leading the United States into war against the Muslim Barbary States in 1801, the first conflict fought by Americans overseas.
- Congress did not pass it, so Jefferson gave it to his home state of Virginia so it could be used in their constitution.
- This led to his government's purchase of the Louisiana Territory (which included all of the land drained by the Mississippi and its tributaries up to the crest of the Rocky Mountains) from France in 1803.
- Thomas Jefferson, a Democratic-Republican, was the third president of the United States.
Union ironclads were particularly effective along the Mississippi and its
tributaries where they were able to direct heavy fire against Confederate forts
and strongholds with limited return fire.
- Meet in combat the war vessels of the
Confederate States Navy.
- Carry the war to places in the seceded states
that were inaccessible to the Union Army but could be reached by water.
- The steamboat, first used on the Ohio River in 1811, made inexpensive travel possible using the river systems, especially the Mississippi and Missouri rivers and their tributaries.
- In addition to his role as civil governor, a territorial governor was also a militia commander, a local superintendent of Indian affairs, and the state liaison with federal agencies.
- The law was especially important in the settling of the Plains states, although many farmers purchased their land from railroads at low rates.
- Lewis and Clark were thus instructed to map the territory through which they would pass and to explore all tributaries of the Missouri River.
- With the territory now more accurately mapped, the United States felt more internal justification for its illegal claim over the western lands of the American Indians.
- Between 1405 and 1421, the Yongle Emperor of Ming China sponsored a series of long range tributary missions.
- Although the Mongols had threatened Europe with pillage and destruction, Mongol states also unified much of Eurasia and, from 1206 on, the Pax Mongolica allowed safe trade routes and communication lines stretching from the Middle East to China.