The Columbian Exchange And Its Impact On The Americas And Europe

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The Columbian Exchange had a great impact on the Americas and Europe. It would seem as Europe was a more established civilization compared to the Americas. The land in Europe was manmade. In which they had many sources for foods such as farming, hunting, and fishing. Europeans relied on grains, wheat, rye and farming, in which the Americas did not. Although the Americas were inhabited, it was not as civilized as Europe was during that time. Fishing was a major source of food for the Native Americans. Before the largest river in the Americas, there was a civilization that homed thousands of people in the jungle. The people that lived there relied on fruits such as papaya and coconut. It would seem as the area would indicate what they would
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