- Maize (American Corn) is possibly the most important of all the New World crops involved in the Columbian Exchange. Maize originated in America, but because of it's adaptable nature, it was able to be transported to Europe and successfully cultivated in various regions.
- The Columbian Exchange was an important event in history in how it brought change in agriculture, disease, culture, and ecology. With the interaction between the Europeans, natives, and indigenous peoples during the exchange, there came both positive and negative effects. A primary positive effect of the Columbian Exchange is increased food ...
- Its been almost 40 years since the first publication of Alfred Crosby's _The Columbian Exchange_, but the work is monumental in its historical and ecological impact. The ideas furthered by Crosby - that the exchange of people, plants and disease from the Old World (not just Europe, but Africa and Asia as well) to the New irrevovably and ...
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