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Title: The Social and Economic Transformation in the Atlantic World as a Result of New Contacts Among Western Europe, Africa, and the Americas from 1492 to 1750


1
The Social and Economic Transformation in the
Atlantic World as a Result of New Contacts Among
Western Europe, Africa, and the Americas from
1492 to 1750
  • Kelsie Andrews, Jacqueline Gertner, and Christine
    Brickle

2
The Columbian Exchange
  • The exchange of plants, animals, diseases, and
    technologies between the Old World (Europe, Asia,
    and Africa) and the New World (the Americas)
    following the voyages of Christopher Columbus

3
The Effects of Trade in the Old World (Europe,
Asia, and Africa)
  • The Europeans strengthened Africa with supplies
    in exchange for slaves
  • There is a world population boom after 1700
  • The Qing Empire furthers economic growth by
    trading with Europe

4
Spanish contacts with the new world
  • The voyages of Christopher Columbus
  • Hernan Cortes and his conquistadors
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