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Demographic Changes 1450-1750. Tom Benati Scott Chung Dylan Bromley. Disease. Europe & Asia began to recover from Bubonic plague Many diseases were exchanged between the “Old World” and “New World” through the Columbian Exchange

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demographic changes 1450 1750

Demographic Changes 1450-1750

Tom Benati

Scott Chung

Dylan Bromley

disease
Disease
  • Europe & Asia began to recover from Bubonic plague
  • Many diseases were exchanged between the “Old World” and “New World” through the Columbian Exchange
  • The Americas received many diseases from Europe and Africa such as the flu, diphtheria, typhus, whooping cough, measles, small pox, malaria
  • Europe only received syphilis from the Americas
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Disease
  • During the African Slave trade many diseases rampaged especially on the Middle passage
  • These diseases were inflammations, fever, and small pox along with newly discovered diseases Drapetomania and Dysaethesia Aethiopica
population trend
Population Trend
  • Population beginning to increase in Europe and Asia due to recovery from bubonic plague
  • People, mainly from Spain and Portugal, are shifting from Europe to the Americas to set up colonies
  • In Russia when Peter the Great tried to “westernize” Russia and catch them up to Europe he established new cities, such as the new capital St. Petersburg
  • There were no major population movements in China, Japan, and the rest of Southeast Asia
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Population Trend
  • Number of native peoples in the Americas decrease because of war and many deaths from disease
  • People from Africa begin to move to the Americas because of the shortage of native people to put to work in the Americas that the Africans were enslaved