AP U.S. History: Not Without Consequence

One consequence of the development represented in the excerpt was

AP U.S. HistoryPeriod 1: 1491–1607
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many deadly diseases most notably smallpox were stowed away on

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European ships bound for America where the native people had

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no immunity against them Disease wiped out some ninety percent

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of the native population and the epidemics on ly spread

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as Mohr Europeans arrived All right so the answer is

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a widespread epidemics of smallpox and other deadly diseases All

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right with loser ball Well with the growing economic activity

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America the demand for labour in the colonies grew and

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boosted the African slave trade So yeah we can get

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rid of Beit didn't decline The Spanish were more concerned

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with conversion Those invested in joint stock companies were only

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interested in seeing a financial return on their money where

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there was conflict among Native Americans The stock companies on

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Lee really cared when it affected their own goals So

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get rid of D there too It's not really conflict