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Some of the motivations and causes for European exploration and colonization between 1942 and the 1700's were: -Wealth and power -Religion -The Renaissance -Conflicts with the government
Some of the overall consequences/effects of European exploration and colonization on the environment of the Americas and Europe were: -Forced migration of millions of people -The Colombian Exchange= brought back a variety of itens that Europeans, Asians, and Africans had never seen -Corn and Potatoes= helped people live longer, which lead to a larger population -Various livestock animals were introduced
Some of the overall consequences/effects of European exploration and colonization on the societies, culture, and livelihood, of non-Europeans and Europeans were: -Slavery of Native Americans and Africans -Diseases that killed millions of Native Americans -Forced Native Americans to convert to Roman Catholic Church, work as slaves, and give up gold & silver
Non-Europeans responded to European exploration and colonization by opening revolts.
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