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Trade, Empire and Columbian Exchange (1500s). AZTEC. INCA. The Columbian Exchange. The Columbian Exchange. The exchange of plants, animals, and ideas between the New World (Americas) and the Old World (Europe). It changed lives in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas.

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The Columbian Exchange

The exchange of plants, animals, and ideas between the New World (Americas) and the Old World (Europe).

It changed lives in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas.

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The Columbian Exchange

(Culture and Technology)

Religion and Language:

European Christian missionaries went to Asia, Africa, and the Americas.

Missionaries taught their religion and ran schools.

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The Columbian Exchange

(Culture and Technology)

  • Technology:
  • Guns and steel
  • Using animals as technology (horses and oxen)
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European countries saw their colonies as a way to get rich. $$$$$$$$$$

England

Spain

Colony: land controlled by a larger country

colony
Colony

Roanoke - English

  • a settlement of people living in a new territory controlled by a home country (foreign government)
  • European kingdoms set up colonies to control the land they discovered (stole)
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MERCANTILISM

A system in which a government controls all economic activity in a country and its colonies, to make the government stronger and richer

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MERCANTILISM

Gain more Gold & Silver

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To get more GOLD and SILVER

EXPORT MORE

(SELL)

IMPORT LESS

(BUY)

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MERCANTILISM

Balance of Trade: relationship of goods imported to goods exported

1.Do you let your colony trade with other countries?

2.How many colonies do you want?

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MERCANTILISM

So……what do we sell?

Basketball w/ipod curling wand/brush smile clock

Edible clothes holographic videogames soft heals

Urine tablets automated clothing heated slippers

Gps football adjustable shoes laser tag grenade

Gum=meal computer shirt flavored veggies

Soda/tv alarm clock/stand on air bag clothes

Selfdrying swimsuit microwave/ipod edible kendama

evap bottle see in the dark contacts binder folded paper

Couch tablet camelback for cars purifer ????

Portable soda computer costume recorder pen

Springy shoes pen/tablet shock undies

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After a long concert, we always look for a cold CHOKE!

I love my CHOKE almost as much as I love dunking on people!

They don’t have CHOKE in jail…that makes me mad!

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I’m YUMMY

in your

TUMMY!

Buy one kitten meal and get one free!

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A new color with

every blow!

Disco Bubbles

The only party poppers with high definition color!

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Market Economy

Economic growth

People had more money

People had more money

People can buy more manufactured goods

So……what do we sell?

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Supply and Demand

(use it to make business decisions)

Demand: what people want to buy and how much they will spend for it.

Supply: things people want to sell and the price they can afford to sell it.

cottage industry1
Cottage Industry
  • A system in which goods are produced in homes
  • In a cottage industry, peasants made the goods that were to be sold by merchants
cottage industry2
Cottage Industry

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Raw Materials

Manufactured Goods

Europe did not have to buy raw materials from competing countries. They didn’t allow their colonies to manufacture goods.

capitalism
Capitalism
  • system where citizens own property and make goods