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- The Columbian exchange (1972 edition) | Open Library
- The Columbian Exchange: Biblogical and Cultural Consequences of 1492
- Columbian Exchange
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The Columbian exchange (1972 edition) | Open Library
Donald B. Hispanic American Historical Review 1 August ; 53 3 : — In this engaging and exceedingly well written volume Alfred W. Crosby, Jr. Confronted with such a vast subject the author wisely concentrated on three major themes—the interchange of 1 diseases, notably syphilis, smallpox and measles, 2 food crops, especially maize, beans, wheat, potatoes, and manioc, and 3 domestic animals, chiefly cattle, horses, sheep, pigs, and goats. The data are presented within a regional framework. More information is provided for Latin America than any other region, but varied examples are also drawn from the history of the United States and Canada, Europe and Africa, and even some are included on the impact of New World life forms on the Orient.
The book The Columbian Exchange changed the field of history drastically and forever as well. It has become one of the foundational works in the burgeoning field of environmental history, and it remains one of the canonical texts for the study of world history. This 30th anniversary edition of The Columbian Exchange includes a new preface from the author, reflecting on the book and its creation, and a new foreword by J. McNeill that demonstrates how Crosby established a brand new perspective for understanding ecological and social events. As the foreword indicates, The Columbian Exchange remains a vital book, a small work that contains within the inspiration for future examinations into what happens when two peoples, separated by time and space, finally meet. Account Options Sign in. Top charts.
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The Columbian Exchange: Biblogical and Cultural Consequences of 1492
Richard S. By Alfred W. Crosby, Jr. Westport: Greenwood, Maps, illustrations, tables, notes, bibliography, and index. Most users should sign in with their email address. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in.
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Thirty years ago, Alfred Crosby published a small work that illuminated a simple point, that the most important changes brought on by the voyages of Columbus were not social or political, but biological in nature. The book told the story of how sparked the movement of organisms, both large and small, in both directions across the Atlantic. This Columbian exchange, between the Old World and the New, changed the history of our planet drastically and forever. The book The Columbian Exchange changed the field of history drastically and forever as well. It has become one of the foundational works in the burgeoning field of environmental history, and it remains one of the canonical texts for the study of world history.
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