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AH1 Unit 1 Lesson 2

TermDefinition
Cultural Diffusion when one culture influences another culture
Trade the exchange of goods
Goods items that are traded
Diseases an illness or sickness that can lead to death
Columbian Exchange the exchange or trade of goods and other things such as diseases between the European explorers and the Native Americans in North and South America
Immunity the ability of a person's body to fight a disease
Small Pox a dangerous disease brought over Europe that killed Native Americans.
Measles Usually a disease found in children with red spots on their skin, came over from Europe and killed Native Americans.
influenza Disease from Europe that killed Native Americans; also known as the flu
Plantation a large farm for cotton, sugar, and tobacco that used slaves as workers.
Middle Passage voyage of the slaves from Africa to the Americas across the Atlantic Ocean
Triangle Trade exchange of goods between Africa, the Americas and Europe.
African Slave Trade 11 million Africans were sent to the Americas to work on plantations
Turning Point a moment in which the course of events is turned into a new direction
Culture is the behavior (e.g. language, food, dress, dance, art) and beliefs (e.g. religion, holidays, and traditions) of a country or group of people.
Created by: jemiller