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The Columbian Exchange
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What happened during the Columbian Exchange?
During the Columbian Exchange, goods, animals, and diseases were traded between the Old World and the New World.
Who was the Old World and who was the New World?
The Old World is Europe and the New World is North and South America.
What did the Old World bring to the New World?
The Old World brought coffee, sugarcane, horses, pigs, malaria, amd the common cold to the New World.
What did the New World send to the Old World?
The New World sent chicle, pumpkin, guinea pigs, llamas, polio, and tuberculosis to the Old World.
Who helped to develop the Columbian Exchange?
Columbus' voyages to North America helped to develop the Columbian Exchange.
What was the exchange of the Columbian Exchange.
The Columbian Exchange was the exchange of plants, animal, and foods. This exchange had a positive and a negative effect.
What plants did the Old World bring to the New World?
The Old World broght over wheat, rice, coffee, horses, pigs, cows and chickens.
What did the Native Americans teach the Europeans?
The Native Americans taught the Europeans how to grow corn, potatoes, peanuts, tomatoes, and squash. ( NEW WORLD)
What was the main effect of the Columbian Exchange.
The main effect of the Columbian Exchange was diseases that were carried by the explorers killed 90% of Native Americans.
After the Native Americans died off who did the the explorers use to grow their crops?
Due to the death of so many Native Americans, the demand for African American slaves increased.
How was the diet of European improved?
These crops from the New World improved the diet of the Europeans.
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