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1 The Columbian Exchange

2 The European discovery of America resulted in an exchange of ______ and ______ between Europe and the Americas. This exchange of goods was called the _________ Exchange. Western Hemisphere products such as ___, ______, and ______ changed European ________. ______ and _____ from Europe changed the _______ of Native Americans. European diseases, especially ______, decimated Native American populations. 1

3 The European discovery of America resulted in an exchange of products and ______ between Europe and the Americas. This exchange of goods was called the _________ Exchange. Western Hemisphere products such as ___, ______, and ______ changed European ________. ______ and _____ from Europe changed the _______ of Native Americans. European diseases, especially ______, decimated Native American populations. 1

4 The European discovery of America resulted in an exchange of products and resources between Europe and the Americas. This exchange of goods was called the _________ Exchange. Western Hemisphere products such as ___, ______, and ______ changed European ________. ______ and _____ from Europe changed the _______ of Native Americans. European diseases, especially ______, decimated Native American populations. 1

5 The European discovery of America resulted in an exchange of products and resources between Europe and the Americas. This exchange of goods was called the Columbian Exchange. Western Hemisphere products such as ___, ______, and ______ changed European ________. ______ and _____ from Europe changed the _______ of Native Americans. European diseases, especially ______, decimated Native American populations. 1

6 The European discovery of America resulted in an exchange of products and resources between Europe and the Americas. This exchange of goods was called the Columbian Exchange. Western Hemisphere products such as corn, potatoes, and tobacco changed European ________. ______ and _____ from Europe changed the _______ of Native Americans. European diseases, especially ______, decimated Native American populations. 1

7 The European discovery of America resulted in an exchange of products and resources between Europe and the Americas. This exchange of goods was called the Columbian Exchange. Western Hemisphere products such as corn, potatoes, and tobacco changed European lifestyles. ______ and _____ from Europe changed the _______ of Native Americans. European diseases, especially ______, decimated Native American populations. 1

8 The European discovery of America resulted in an exchange of products and resources between Europe and the Americas. This exchange of goods was called the Columbian Exchange. Western Hemisphere products such as corn, potatoes, and tobacco changed European lifestyles. Horses and _____ from Europe changed the _______ of Native Americans. European diseases, especially ______, decimated Native American populations. 1

9 The European discovery of America resulted in an exchange of products and resources between Europe and the Americas. This exchange of goods was called the Columbian Exchange. Western Hemisphere products such as corn, potatoes, and tobacco changed European lifestyles. Horses and cattle from Europe changed the _______ of Native Americans. European diseases, especially ______, decimated Native American populations. 1

10 The European discovery of America resulted in an exchange of products and resources between Europe and the Americas. This exchange of goods was called the Columbian Exchange. Western Hemisphere products such as corn, potatoes, and tobacco changed European lifestyles. Horses and cattle from Europe changed the lifestyles of Native Americans. European diseases, especially ______, decimated Native American populations. 1

11 The European discovery of America resulted in an exchange of products and resources between Europe and the Americas. This exchange of goods was called the Columbian Exchange. Western Hemisphere products such as corn, potatoes, and tobacco changed European lifestyles. Horses and cattle from Europe changed the lifestyles of Native Americans. European diseases, especially small pox, decimated Native American populations. 1

12 The ________ Exchange had a major impact, especially in _______. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of ________!” The __ stands for ____ crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. __ represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the ____ crops. __ stands for “Oh, the four main ____ crops are ____, _____, ____, and ______.” __ helps you remember that the _________ system destroyed _________ (native) economies. And lastly, __ represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

13 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in _______. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of ________!” The __ stands for ____ crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. __ represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the ____ crops. __ stands for “Oh, the four main ____ crops are ____, _____, ____, and ______.” __ helps you remember that the _________ system destroyed _______ (native) economies. And lastly, __ represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

14 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of ________!” The __ stands for ____ crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. __ represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the ____ crops. __ stands for “Oh, the four main ____ crops are ____, _____, ____, and ______.” __ helps you remember that the _________ system destroyed _______ (native) economies. And lastly, __ represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

15 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of C.R.O.P.S.!” The __ stands for ____ crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. __ represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the ____ crops. __ stands for “Oh, the four main ____ crops are ____, _____, ____, and ______.” __ helps you remember that the _________ system destroyed _______ (native) economies. And lastly, __ represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

16 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of C.R.O.P.S.!” The C. stands for ____ crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. __ represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the ____ crops. __ stands for “Oh, the four main ____ crops are ____, _____, ____, and ______.” __ helps you remember that the _________ system destroyed _______ (native) economies. And lastly, __ represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

17 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of C.R.O.P.S.!” The C. stands for cash crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. __ represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the ____ crops. __ stands for “Oh, the four main ____ crops are ____, _____, ____, and ______.” __ helps you remember that the _________ system destroyed _______ (native) economies. And lastly, __ represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

18 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of C.R.O.P.S.!” The C. stands for cash crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. R. represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the ____ crops. __ stands for “Oh, the four main ____ crops are ____, _____, ____, and ______.” __ helps you remember that the _________ system destroyed _______ (native) economies. And lastly, __ represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

19 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of C.R.O.P.S.!” The C. stands for cash crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. R. represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the cash crops. __ stands for “Oh, the four main ____ crops are ____, _____, ____, and ______.” __ helps you remember that the _________ system destroyed _______ (native) economies. And lastly, __ represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

20 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of C.R.O.P.S.!” The C. stands for cash crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. R. represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the cash crops. O. stands for “Oh, the four main ____ crops are ____, _____, ____, and ______.” __ helps you remember that the _________ system destroyed _______ (native) economies. And lastly, __ represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

21 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of C.R.O.P.S.!” The C. stands for cash crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. R. represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the cash crops. O. stands for “Oh, the four main cash crops are ____, _____, ____, and ______.” __ helps you remember that the _________ system destroyed _______ (native) economies. And lastly, __ represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

22 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of C.R.O.P.S.!” The C. stands for cash crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. R. represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the cash crops. O. stands for “Oh, the four main cash crops are sugar, coffee, cotton, and tobacco.” __ helps you remember that the _________ system destroyed _______ (native) economies. And lastly, __ represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

23 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of C.R.O.P.S.!” The C. stands for cash crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. R. represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the cash crops. O. stands for “Oh, the four main cash crops are sugar, coffee, cotton, and tobacco.” P. helps you remember that the _________ system destroyed _______ (native) economies. And lastly, __ represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

24 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of C.R.O.P.S.!” The C. stands for cash crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. R. represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the cash crops. O. stands for “Oh, the four main cash crops are sugar, coffee, cotton, and tobacco.” P. helps you remember that the plantation system destroyed _______ (native) economies. And lastly, __ represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

25 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of C.R.O.P.S.!” The C. stands for cash crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. R. represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the cash crops. O. stands for “Oh, the four main cash crops are sugar, coffee, cotton, and tobacco.” P. helps you remember that the plantation system destroyed indigenous (native) economies. And lastly, __ represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

26 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of C.R.O.P.S.!” The C. stands for cash crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. R. represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the cash crops. O. stands for “Oh, the four main cash crops are sugar, coffee, cotton, and tobacco.” P. helps you remember that the plantation system destroyed indigenous (native) economies. And lastly, S. represents _____ working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

27 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of C.R.O.P.S.!” The C. stands for cash crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. R. represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the cash crops. O. stands for “Oh, the four main cash crops are sugar, coffee, cotton, and tobacco.” P. helps you remember that the plantation system destroyed indigenous (native) economies. And lastly, S. represents slaves working on plantations to grow ____ crops. 2

28 The Columbian Exchange had a major impact, especially in America. This impact can be best remembered with the mnemonic: “The Columbian Exchange caused the growth of C.R.O.P.S.!” The C. stands for cash crops being grown in the Caribbean and the Americas. R. represents the race-based slavery that Europeans imployed to grow the cash crops. O. stands for “Oh, the four main cash crops are sugar, coffee, cotton, and tobacco.” P. helps you remember that the plantation system destroyed indigenous (native) economies. And lastly, S. represents slaves working on plantations to grow cash crops. 2


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