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Columbus Discovery On The New World Essay

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1.A) Columbus discovery on this new world impacted the natives who lived there and also the old world in which all of Europe was affected. The discovery of the New World had effected the old worlds fundamental change in Europeans economy.
The consequences for the old world were the introduction to a new trade through the Ottoman Empire in new foods and massive amounts of gold and silver. Food exports in east declined were controlled by the Ottoman. The Atlantic states became Europe’s economic and political powerhouse. Europe’s new crops from the new world included corn, beans, tomatoes, and potatoes. From these new crops, the improvement on food supply had Europeans population grow around the 1500’s and did so for the next three hundred years.
The sudden large amounts of gold and silver deposit caused the rise of the Atlantic commercial economies and massive inflation. Europeans declining agriculture prices and growing demand of textiles by the new food supply from the new world was resulted into the enclosure movement, “by enclosing farmlands; that is, by constructing a boarder of fences or thick hedgerows around it, landlords could evict their tenants, covert crop field to meadows, and raise sheep or other herd animals instead”(Backman, 426). Family farms or just farmers were evicted from their lands since they had nothing to lose they wanted to become settlers to the new world.
b) Christopher Columbus first discovered the new world by landing on the island called “Hispianola” (now recognized as the island of Haiti/Dominic Republic). The sailors who landed with Columbus on this island brought with them diseases that the new world had never came into contact with. The native’s consequence from Columbus discovery on the new wo...

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In this essay, the author

  • Explains that columbus discovery on the new world impacted the natives who lived there and the old world in which all of europe was affected.
  • Explains that the ottoman empire introduced new trade in new foods and massive amounts of gold and silver. the atlantic states became europe's economic and political powerhouse.
  • Explains that the sudden large amounts of gold and silver deposit caused the rise of the atlantic commercial economies and massive inflation. europeans declining agriculture prices and growing demand of textiles led to the enclosure movement.
  • Explains that christopher columbus first discovered the new world by landing on the island called "hispianola" and brought with them diseases that the natives had never come into contact with.
  • Explains that the epidemic of smallpox and measles killed three million people on the island of hispaniola in 1492. europeans developed syphilis in the new world but the natives were more affected by this disease.
  • Analyzes how the protestant revolution hastened europeans to move to the new world. they saw a gain for preaching and an implication to invest in their work back home.
  • Explains that the protestant revolution led to strict traditional families and sexual moralities on catholic peers, leading to european conflicts.
  • Explains that the protestant revolution prompted the move for people in the new world. the raise of taxes and feverish religious hostilities caused many people wanting to escape to the new world.
  • Explains that during the protestant revolution, there was a big scare on witches. protestants and catholics areas where they were fighting had the most witch prosecutions or even in number.
  • Explains that when religious war was happening, the church tried to verify the ethic of war, taking into some wars to be self-defense. they point to old testament precedents, and the new testament to open the door to force.
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