History of ChocolateHistory of Chocolate
Chocolate was exclusively for drinking until the early Victorian era, when a technique for making solid 'eating' chocolate was devised
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Name: Pre-ap world History Block: The Maya and Central AmericaName: Pre-ap world History Block: The Maya and Central America
Although their written language remains a mystery to modern scholars, it is clear that the art (consisting mainly of large heads carved from stone), architecture, and religion of the Olmec had an impact on the peoples that came after them
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Theobroma cacaoTheobroma cacao
Do you like chocolate? What kinds of chocolate-flavored things do you eat? Can you imagine a time when only rich people had chocolate? Who were the first people to use chocolate? How is chocolate made?
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1. Chocolate Through the Years1. Chocolate Through the Years
The story of chocolate, as far back as we know it, begins with the discovery of America. Until 1492, the Old World knew nothing at all about the delicious and stimulating flavor that was to become the favorite of millions
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Chocolate AssignmentChocolate Assignment
In case you didn’t know, your teacher has a serious addiction problem…to chocolate! Did you know that chocolate originated with ancient people from Central America? Read the History of Chocolate and answer the questions below on your own
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Geography Mr. Naumann The Natural or Geographic SettingGeography Mr. Naumann The Natural or Geographic Setting
The human story--the story of its rise from savagery long ago to our modern ways of civilized living--is history. This history is shown to us on the stage of our world
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Spring 2009 Table of ContentsSpring 2009 Table of Contents
Background of the Landmark Legal Case over Chevron’s Environmental Contamination in Ecuador
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Remaking Indians, Remaking Citizens: Peruvian and Mexican Perspectives on Criminal Law and National IntegrationRemaking Indians, Remaking Citizens: Peruvian and Mexican Perspectives on Criminal Law and National Integration
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Some Facts about the Amazon Basin and the Rio Negro LodgeSome Facts about the Amazon Basin and the Rio Negro Lodge
Basin. Over a thousand tributaries, in turn, feed the Amazon River. With its tributaries, the Amazon system drains an area of an amazing 2,375,000 square miles – three quarters the size of the continental United States
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