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Trade Across Continents Spanish settlers Grew cash crops sugarcane tobacco coffee and citrus fruits Used natives as work force many died when exposed to European and African diseases small pox measles and malaria ID: 682054 Download Presentation

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Trade Across Continents

Spanish settlers

Grew cash crops: sugarcane, tobacco, coffee, and citrus fruits

Used natives as work force, many died when exposed to European and African diseases( small pox, measles, and malaria )

Spanish replaced natives with African slaves, beginning 300 years of slavery in the AmericasSlide3
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New Trade Changes the World

Triangular trade develops between Europe, Africa and Americas

Spain’s wealth from trade caused other nations to join the race for profit and to colonize( Imperialism)

Portugal, France and Britain began to compete for trade and colonies- caused tensions and is a root cause for future warsSlide5

Columbian Exchange 2.2

Trade brought about the exchange of plants, animals, diseases and ideas. Became known as the Columbian exchange.Slide6
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Columbian Exchange

New World to Old World

Animals: alpaca, American mink, guinea pig, llama, Muscovy duck, turkey

Old World to New World

Animals: cat, camel, chicken, cow, donkey, ferret, goat, goose, honey bee, horse, rabbit, pig, rock pigeon, sheep, silkworm, water buffalo, guinea fowlSlide8

Columbian Exchange

New World to Old World

Plants: agave, amaranth, arrowroot, avocado, common beans, black raspberry, bell pepper, blueberry, cashew, chili peppers, cranberries, coca, cocoa, , cotton, guava, huckleberry, artichoke,

jicama

, maize, cassava, papaya, passion fruit, peanut, pecan, quinine and many more

Old World to New World

Plants: watermelon, black pepper, apple, apricot, peach, asparagus, banana, barley, beet, broccoli, cabbage, kale, cauliflower, bustle sprouts, cantaloupe, carrot, coffee, clove, garlic, cinnamon, cucumber, date, fig, grapes, olive, tea, lettuce and many moreSlide9

Columbian Exchange

New World to

O

ld World

Diseases: bejel,

Chagas

disease,

pinta

Old World to New World

Diseases: bubonic plague, chicken pox, small pox, cholera, common cold, diphtheria, influenza, leprosy, malaria, measles, scarlet fever, typhoid, typhus, whooping cough, yellow fever

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