Chapter_2_Notes - AP US History Hodalis Paxtor H AP US History P\/3 Torrez Chapter 2 Notes Cues 1 \u25cf Columbian Exchange \u25cf Protestant 2 What was the

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AP US History Hodalis Paxtor H. AP US History P/3, Torrez 09/19/20 Chapter 2 Notes Cues 1: Columbian Exchange Protestant 2. What was the downside of the Columbian Exchange? How did the Columbian Exchange affect society? Why was Protestant a bad thing for some people, and disagreed or had critiques about it? Spain’s Tribute Colonies: European interest in the Americas under the influence of Spain’s conquest of the Aztec and Inca Empires. Native rulers were overthrown and Spanish monarchs transferred their institutions. The Spanish conquest was the cause of the Columbian Exchange. The Columbian Exchange was the widespread transfer of technology, diseases, and ideas between the Americas, West Africa, and the Old World in the 15th and 16 centuries. A New American World: After the conquest, mines were developed in Zacatecas, in Guanajuato, and Potosi. Indians were forced to work in the mines. Potosi produced 200 tons of silver per year.

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