The Columbian Exchange: Reestablishment Of The Old And New World

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The Columbian Exchange refers to the reestablishment of the Old and New World including the changes of plants, animals and bacteria. The New World contained many new resources that the Europeans have never seen before, therefore this led to many changes that they would have to get used to very quickly. The exchange of crops such as maize to China and white potato to Ireland are stimulant to population growth in the Old World. This impacted the lives of the people in Europe because of the shift in their food supply. Due to theses new products, changes needed to be made in prices. This led to the Commercial Revolution which was a dramatic increase in general commerce and also the growth in financial services. With the new advancements
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