The Atlantic World 1450 * 1750: All you need to know

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The Atlantic World 1450 – 1750:
How far did the Atlantic World change?
Putting it into context…
The Afro-Eurasian Network
-Silk Road
- Indian Ocean Trade
-Trans-Saharan Trade
American Trade
-Regional
- Stone Age
-Meso-American hub
Indian Ocean Hub
- Chinese goods
- Indian goods
-Roman/Chinese
-Arab/European traders
The Big Themes…
Trade – the great Catalyst…
The Columbian Exchange
Plants, animals, and micro-organisms of Afroeurasia were
exchanged with those of the Americas across the oceans.
The Middle
Passage – Slavery
Americas
•European migration
•Plantations
•Economic dependence
•Silver
•Native depopulation.
•Slavery
•Multi-racial societies
•Commercial Agriculture
Europe
•Population growth
•Migrations – America
•Capitalism
•Technological development
•Agriculture
Africa
•Migration - Slavery
•Economic dependence
•Depopulation
•Gender imbalance
•Agriculture
Any continuities?
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Slavery had always been a part of the
African economy and society.
Europe remains ethnically
homogenous.
Traditional African culture, religion,
society did continue.
Traditional Native American culture,
religion & society did continue.
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