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  • What Led The Nations Of Europe To Explore The New World? Christopher Maldonado, Michael Sperlich, Ashton Kirk
    • The natives used to make sacrifices because they thought that god would give them more rain for crops or other goods.
    God
    • They took the gold from the Aztecs. The explores loved gold they used it to get money. The natives were forced to find the gold for them or else they faced serious consequences.
    Gold
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    • They wanted to be the wealthiest and most known people in the land.
    Glory
    • He was the explorer that came to America looking for a new world but he sailed in the wrong direction and found the Indians.
    Columbus
    • The Indians that Columbus and all the famous explorers found they were like nothing they ever seen before.
    Indians
    • When the Explorers saw that the Indians had gold they asked them for some but they said that they didn’t have any so they would cut off there hands so hey would suffer but wouldn’t die . Some of the natives would either kill them selves or kill there babies so they wouldn’t have to suffer like they did.
    Slavery
    • The trade was a way to get stuff from the new world to exchange it to the old world. They would bring cows and useful stuff so they could survive better in the old world.
    The Columbian Exchange
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