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The columbian exchange was a transfer of people goods and ideas between?

the Old World and the New World Europe and the Americas


Are there any pictures of Columbian exchange?

the answer is it was a transfer across the Atlantic ocean with people plants and animals.


How did the columbian exchange change the people way of life?

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What does the transatlantic exchange of plants animals people ideas and microbes between the New World and the Old is known as?

The Columbian Exchange (Newman and Schmalbach, United States History)


How did the Columbian Exchange affect america?

The Columbian exchange of goods imported and exported at first seemed like it was beneficial for all people because there were resources such as crops that could be shared. The downfall of the Columbian exchange for America was the native people had no immunity to the diseases brought over from other countries. The affect on the people was death to a lot of the Indians.

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What was greatest impact of the Columbian Exchange was?

The transfer of plants, people, and ideas between the Americas, Europe, and Africa.


What was the greatest impact of the Columbian Exchange?

The transfer of plants, people, and ideas between the Americas, Europe, and Africa.


The columbian exchange was a transfer of people goods and ideas between?

the Old World and the New World Europe and the Americas


What did the Columbian Exchange allow the eastern and western hemispheres to do?

The Columbian Exchange allowed the eastern and western hemispheres to exchange goods, ideas, and diseases. It facilitated the transfer of crops, animals, and technologies between the Old World and the New World, leading to significant cultural and biological exchanges.


What is the name for the transfer of plants animals people and ideas between the Old and New worlds?

cattle,horse,chicken,pig etc


Are there any pictures of Columbian exchange?

the answer is it was a transfer across the Atlantic ocean with people plants and animals.


What is the movement of people and animals and plants and diseases and ways of life between the Eastern and Western hemisphere?

I think it is columbian exchange


What is the movement of people animals plants diseases and ways of life between the Eastern Hemisphere and Western Hemisphere?

Columbian Exchange


What lead to the columbian exchange?

The Columbian Exchange was initiated by Christopher Columbus's voyages to the Americas in 1492. This contact between the Eastern and Western Hemispheres led to the exchange of plants, animals, diseases, people, and cultures between Europe, Africa, and the Americas.


What was the exchange of ways of life and people and animals between the eastern and western hemispheres called?

The Columbian exchange. But little was from The East to the West.


Which two parts of the world was the Columbian Exchange?

The Columbian Exchange refers to the exchange of plants, animals, people, cultures, ideas, and diseases between the New World (Americas) and the Old World (Europe, Asia, and Africa). You could also look at it as an exchange between the Western Hemisphere and the Eastern Hemisphere.


What did the columbian exchange have on Europe?

The Columbian exchange had many effects on Europe because it spread important crops (such as corn), as well as deadly diseases (such as syphilus). It also made Spain a major world power. As a result of the Columbian Exchange, many new products, people and ideas were transferred in between the Americas and Europe