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24 June, 20:05

The "Columbian Exchange" was a process of introducing animals, plants, technology, and disease from one part of the world to another. The exchange went both ways. Identify the country of origin of the goods and a disease that were part of this exchange.

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  1. 24 June, 21:02
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    New world: Corn and potatoes Old world: Horses and cattle, smallpox, sugarcane

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    The name Colombian exchange was given after the Christopher coulombs who's the widespread transfer of plants and animals included the technology and ideas between the America and the west Africa The old world and had roots in the European colonization and various invasive species and the communicable diseases and brought significant changes in the agricultural patterns. The new contact ha a wide variety of the livestock and crops that increased the population in both the hemisphere and rice, fruits ad tomatoes were mostly exchanged.
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