Asked in History
Why did Europeans send out explorers in the 1400s?
They were looking for a trade route via waterway to get to India and East Asia. ...
Asked in Philosophy and Philosophers
How were early humans able to migrate acrooss oceans?
the europeans through boats and or ships
Asked in New York
What waterway connects the cities of Buffalo and Troy New York in the US?
The waterway connecting Buffalo NY with Troy NY is the Erie Canal.
Asked in Asia
How long ago did modern humans migrate from Asia to north America?
Europeans: 192 years ago..
Asked in Colonial America
How did the Europeans migrate over to north America?
By boat. They arrived from all over Europe at Ellis Island, where they had to go through a whole examination process before being allowed on the actual US territory. ...
Asked in Dolphins and Porpoises
What does 'migrate' mean?
To migrate is to move ones home or place of living from one region or country to another. * Birds migrate before winter to warmer climates. * Europeans migrated to the colonies in the early 20th century. * People have migrated from the coastlines where tsunamis might occur. * When the Earth is too polluted to live in, man will migrate to Mars and other planets. ...
Why do immigrants migrate in the US?
well some people migrate in the US because it has free school for children, and some are looking for a better life. well some people migrate in the US because it has free school for children, and some are looking for a better life. ...
What is the difference between intra-coastal waterway and inter-coastal waterway?
The Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) is the system of bays, rivers, lagoons, and canals that runs along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the US. Intercoastal is a misnomer perpetuated by people who mistakenly believe the waterway is named like the Interstate Highway System. Even though the ICW goes between (inter-) states, it is entirely within (intra-) the US inland coastal region. ...