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Period IV: Global Interactions C. 1450-C. 1750, Part VI

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  • Intro 0:00
  • The Columbian Exchange 0:14
    • Two-Way Movement
    • Purposefully And Inadvertently
    • Transfer Of Plants
    • Transfer Of Animals
    • Transfer Of Peoples
    • Transfer Of Pathogens
    • Transfers Enhanced Diets Of Both Regions
    • Pathogens Worked Havoc Upon Native People
    • Columbian Is Not A Trading System
    • Corn Not Traded In A System
    • Manioc
    • Peppers
  • The Unintended Exchange 6:22
    • Smallpox, Influenza, And Measles
    • Malaria and Yellow Fever
    • Rats, Mosquitoes
    • Worms
  • Cash Crops Introduced Into Americas 9:08
    • Sugar Cane
    • Tobacco
  • Brought By Africans 11:39
    • Rice
    • Okra
  • Results Of European Farming Methods 12:36
    • Deforestation
    • Soil Depletion
  • Results of Columbian Exchange 14:20
    • Farming
    • Growth In Population In Eurasia
    • Domesticated Animals In America
    • Great Weakening Of The American Peoples
    • Creation Of Creoles
    • Mestizo