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1. Why did Columbus set sail?

2. What were the main motivations for exploration?

3. What were most Native Americans killed by?

4. What was the Columbian Exchange? What effect did it have in America and Europe?

Caribbean Review

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1. Why did Columbus set sail?

2. What were the main motivations for exploration?

3. What were most Native Americans killed by?

4. What was the Columbian Exchange? What effect did it have in America and Europe?

Caribbean Review

To find a western route to India

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1. Why did Columbus set sail?

2. What were the main motivations for exploration?

3. What were most Native Americans killed by?

4. What was the Columbian Exchange? What effect did it have in America and Europe?

Caribbean Review

To find a western route to India

Gold (get rich), Glory (get fame), and God (proselytize Christianity)

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1. Why did Columbus set sail?

2. What were the main motivations for exploration?

3. What were most Native Americans killed by?

4. What was the Columbian Exchange? What effect did it have in America and Europe?

Caribbean Review

To find a western route to India

Gold (get rich), Glory (get fame), and God (proselytize Christianity)

European diseases (#1 killer=smallpox)

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1. Why did Columbus set sail?

2. What were the main motivations for exploration?

3. What were most Native Americans killed by?

4. What was the Columbian Exchange? What effect did it have in America and Europe?

Caribbean Review

To find a western route to India

Gold (get rich), Glory (get fame), and God (proselytize Christianity)

European diseases (#1 killer=smallpox)

-exchange of goods between America and Europe

-changed the lifestyles of Europeans and Native Americans.

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5. What were the effects of the Columbian Exchange?

6. How were cash crops grown?

7. What was the main cash crop grown in the Caribbean islands? What was it used to make?

Caribbean Review

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5. What were the effects of the Columbian Exchange?

6. How were cash crops grown?

7. What was the main cash crop grown in the Caribbean islands? What was it used to make?

Caribbean Review

C.Cash crops grown in Americas/Caribbean

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5. What were the effects of the Columbian Exchange?

6. How were cash crops grown?

7. What was the main cash crop grown in the Caribbean islands? What was it used to make?

Caribbean Review

C.Cash crops grown in Americas/Caribbean

R.Raced based slavery (Africans)

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5. What were the effects of the Columbian Exchange?

6. How were cash crops grown?

7. What was the main cash crop grown in the Caribbean islands? What was it used to make?

Caribbean Review

C.Cash crops grown in Americas/Caribbean

R.Raced based slavery (Africans)

O.0h, cash crops: sugar, tobacco, coffee, and cotton

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5. What were the effects of the Columbian Exchange?

6. How were cash crops grown?

7. What was the main cash crop grown in the Caribbean islands? What was it used to make?

Caribbean Review

C.Cash crops grown in Americas/Caribbean

R.Raced based slavery (Africans)

O.0h, cash crops: sugar, tobacco, coffee, and cotton

P.Plantation system grows cash crops

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5. What were the effects of the Columbian Exchange?

6. How were cash crops grown?

7. What was the main cash crop grown in the Caribbean islands? What was it used to make?

Caribbean Review

C.Cash crops grown in Americas/Caribbean

R.Raced based slavery (Africans)

O.0h, cash crops: sugar, tobacco, coffee, and cotton

P.Plantation system grows cash crops

S.Slaves brought over on Middle Passage

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5. What were the effects of the Columbian Exchange?

6. How were cash crops grown?

7. What was the main cash crop grown in the Caribbean islands? What was it used to make?

Caribbean Review

C.Cash crops grown in Americas/Caribbean

R.Raced based slavery (Africans)

O.0h, cash crops: sugar, tobacco, coffee, and cotton

P.Plantation system grows cash crops

S.Slaves brought over on Middle Passage

Used Plantations and slave labor

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5. What were the effects of the Columbian Exchange?

6. How were cash crops grown?

7. What was the main cash crop grown in the Caribbean islands? What was it used to make?

Caribbean Review

C.Cash crops grown in Americas/Caribbean

R.Raced based slavery (Africans)

O.0h, cash crops: sugar, tobacco, coffee, and cotton

P.Plantation system grows cash crops

S.Slaves brought over on Middle Passage

Used Plantations and slave labor

--Sugar

--Used to make molasses and rum

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8. What was the trade route that slaves were brought over on?

9. What island rebelled against France?

10. Who led Haiti to independence?

11. Who took over Cuba in 1959?

12. What crisis almost caused World War III in 1962?

Caribbean Review

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8. What was the trade route that slaves were brought over on?

9. What island rebelled against France?

10. Who led Haiti to independence?

11. Who took over Cuba in 1959?

12. What crisis almost caused World War III in 1962?

Caribbean Review

Middle Passage

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8. What was the trade route that slaves were brought over on?

9. What island rebelled against France?

10. Who led Haiti to independence?

11. Who took over Cuba in 1959?

12. What crisis almost caused World War III in 1962?

Caribbean Review

Middle Passage

Haiti

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8. What was the trade route that slaves were brought over on?

9. What island rebelled against France?

10. Who led Haiti to independence?

11. Who took over Cuba in 1959?

12. What crisis almost caused World War III in 1962?

Caribbean Review

Middle Passage

Haiti

Toussaint L’Ouverture

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8. What was the trade route that slaves were brought over on?

9. What island rebelled against France?

10. Who led Haiti to independence?

11. Who took over Cuba in 1959?

12. What crisis almost caused World War III in 1962?

Caribbean Review

Middle Passage

Haiti

Toussaint L’Ouverture

Fidel Castro

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8. What was the trade route that slaves were brought over on?

9. What island rebelled against France?

10. Who led Haiti to independence?

11. Who took over Cuba in 1959?

12. What crisis almost caused World War III in 1962?

Caribbean Review

Middle Passage

Haiti

Toussaint L’Ouverture

Fidel Castro

Cuban Missile Crisis

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13. What caused this crisis?

14. Describe the Caribbean today:

Caribbean Review

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13. What caused this crisis?

14. Describe the Caribbean today:

Caribbean Review

Soviets put nuclear missiles in Cuba

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13. What caused this crisis?

14. Describe the Caribbean today:

Caribbean Review

Soviets put nuclear missiles in Cuba

Poor/developing

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