Elizabeth Ramirez History M1A1 - [email protected] Elizabeth Ramirez 585-563-6944 The Columbian Exchange changed history Elizabeth Ramirez

Elizabeth Ramirez History M1A1 - [email protected]

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Conclusion : Many Nations have arisen in the Americas after the Columbian Exchange, but it took a great deal of destruction to achieve them. But also, how would this World be if the Columbian Exchange never happened. There would not be tomato sauce in Italy, for example. The Americas would not be the same right now if the Columbian Exchange never happened. The Columbian Exchange changed history. History I, Columbian Exchange Activity College [email protected] Elizabeth Ramirez e Harbour Trail 585-563-6944 Elizabeth Ramirez Columbian Exchange Activity, M1A1
The Columbian Exchange In 1492 , Christopher Columbus discovered the New World and claimed it for Spain. Almost immediately, t he interchange of plants and food products took place between America and Europe . Plants and Food exchanged: From the New World (The Americas )- corn, potato, tomato, sweet potato, pineapple, pumpkin, tobacco, avocado, beans, papaya, chocolate, vanilla.

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