A timeline project that shows 3 things brought from England to America and vice-versa in the 1600.
Potatoes were used as an easy access food that grew in many types of weather and was profitable and fed the population well. The Natives started to implement the potato into their harvest and used it to help feed the growing population.
Horses were mostly used as transportation but on some occasions, they were used as decoration or a symbol of status. When the Native Americans were introduced to horses they used them as transportation. They implemented the horses into their ways of hunting buffalo.
Wheat was used as easy foodstuffs and was baked into bread to feed the growing population. Wheat helped increase the amount of crops the Natives had before the Englishmen came. The Natives added it to their harvest and used it to help the growing population.
Slavery was used as a way to gain money and easy, free, manual labor. Although the Natives died very quickly so they kept sending more and more over. The Europeans used the slaves as crop pickers, gold finders, and maids for their manual labor, and everyday oddities.
Gold was used as a currency and source of wealth for the Englishmen, whereas the Natives saw it as a nice-looking object with little to no value. The Europeans used the gold from America as a source of wealth, and many explorers gained profit from the gold supply.
The turkey was used as an easy meat to get from the wild and was a delicious food that many of the Englishmen loved. The turkey brought a more diverse option of meats and food ideas to England.