THE COLUMBIAN  EXCHANGE
COLUMBIAN EXCHANGEWIDESPREAD EXCHANGE OF ANIMALS, PLANTS, CULTURE, HUMAN POPULATIONS (INCLUDING SLAVES), COMMUNICAB LE DI...
New World native plants. Clockwise, from topleft: 1. Maize, 2. Tomato, 3. Potato, 4. Vanilla, 5.Pará rubber tree, 6. Cacao...
Old World native plants. Clockwise, from topleft: 1. Citrus, 2. Apple, 3. Banana, 4.Mango,5. Onion, 6.Coffee, 7. Wheat, 8....
THE ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE• REFERS TO THE TRADE IN SLAVES THAT TOOK PLACE  ACROSS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN FROM THE 16TH  THROUGH ...
•    THE VAST MAJORITY OF SLAVES INVOLVED IN THE ATLANTIC TRADE     WERE AFRICANS FROM THE CENTRAL AND WESTERN PARTS OF TH...
DIAGRAM OF A SLAVE SHIPFROM THE ATLANTIC SLAVETRADE. FROM ANABSTRACT OF EVIDENCEDELIVERED BEFORE ASELECT COMMITTEE OFTHE H...
• SLAVES WERE FORCED TO LABOR ON COFFEE, TOBACCO,  COCOA, COTTON AND SUGAR PLANTATIONS, TOIL IN GOLD  AND SILVER MINES, IN...
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  1. 1. THE COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE
  2. 2. COLUMBIAN EXCHANGEWIDESPREAD EXCHANGE OF ANIMALS, PLANTS, CULTURE, HUMAN POPULATIONS (INCLUDING SLAVES), COMMUNICAB LE DISEASE, AND IDEAS BETWEEN THE EASTERN AND WESTERN HEMISPHERES (OLD WORLD AND NEW WORLD).
  3. 3. New World native plants. Clockwise, from topleft: 1. Maize, 2. Tomato, 3. Potato, 4. Vanilla, 5.Pará rubber tree, 6. Cacao, 7. Tobacco
  4. 4. Old World native plants. Clockwise, from topleft: 1. Citrus, 2. Apple, 3. Banana, 4.Mango,5. Onion, 6.Coffee, 7. Wheat, 8.Rice
  5. 5. THE ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE• REFERS TO THE TRADE IN SLAVES THAT TOOK PLACE ACROSS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN FROM THE 16TH THROUGH TO THE 19TH CENTURIES. TRIANGLE OF TRADE IN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
  6. 6. • THE VAST MAJORITY OF SLAVES INVOLVED IN THE ATLANTIC TRADE WERE AFRICANS FROM THE CENTRAL AND WESTERN PARTS OF THE CONTINENT, WHO WERE SOLD BY AFRICANS TO EUROPEAN SLAVE TRADERS, WHO TRANSPORTED THEM ACROSS THE OCEAN TO THE COLONIES IN NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA. MAJOR SLAVE TRADING REGIONS OF AFRICA, 15TH–19TH CENTURIES SLAVE TRADERS IN GORÉE, SENEGAL, 18TH CENTURY
  7. 7. DIAGRAM OF A SLAVE SHIPFROM THE ATLANTIC SLAVETRADE. FROM ANABSTRACT OF EVIDENCEDELIVERED BEFORE ASELECT COMMITTEE OFTHE HOUSE OF COMMONSIN 1790 AND 1791.
  8. 8. • SLAVES WERE FORCED TO LABOR ON COFFEE, TOBACCO, COCOA, COTTON AND SUGAR PLANTATIONS, TOIL IN GOLD AND SILVER MINES, IN RICE FIELDS, THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY, TIMBER FOR SHIPS, OR IN HOUSES TO WORK AS SERVANTS.

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