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Age of Exploration: The Spread of Disease Around the World
Transcript of Age of Exploration: The Spread of Disease Around the World
The Spread of Disease Around the World Disease
to Old World:
Syphilis Diseases introduced
to New World:
Measles by: Andrea Li Effects on population:
100 years: 90% decrease
300 years: 95% decrease (30 to 1.5 million)
Smallpox (50-90%) New World Old World Social effects:
Knowledge and wisdom
"Shell of former heritage" Political effects:
Broken tribal leadership
Conquest of native nations Da Gama and his crew Yaws New World Old World Old World New World Literature Cited
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to Old World:
Syphilis Across the Bering Strait