History of america

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1) Describe the internal conditions that made Europe seem like a goal on the eve of the Columbian Exchange to the states of what became the European element of the Atlantic Community. 2) explain how very small contingents of Spaniards managed to acquire an enormous American empire by overcoming two affluent, large, well administered, and heavily militarized states in Mesoamerica and South America? 3) Finally, explain YOUR choices as the three most significant consequences of the Encounter processes between 1492 and 1600.

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History of AmericaColumbian ExchangeColumbian exchange describes the exchange of different living things, cultures, lands and crops between old world and new world. Different types of diseases, animals and crops were transferred from east to west. Death rate was high enough in west. And West transferred cuisine, tomatoes, sweet potatoes and other different kinds of corns because west was full of land but lack of diseases. America was discovered by Columbus in 1492. In between 1492 and 1650 there was almost 90% death rate in America due to different diseases [J.R. Mcneill (2008)].Spaniards Conquest on AmericaFirst of all Spanish were so poor and no one could imagine that they could beat American Indians. But with the great defense technology (like they had alliances with explicit area people, they had powerful fighting planning) and they made sudden attacks on America out of nowhere. They knew the weakness of Americans on diseases. With all these aspect, they beat America [Shmoop (2015]. Encounter Process between 1492 and 1600It was very difficult for Americans to survive between 1492 and 1600. It was because of diseases, culture, and religion and Spa

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