Europeans bring horses, cattle, and wheat to New World and bring back potatoes, chocolate, corn, tomatoes, and tobacco to Europe. Diet in Europe became better so population grew and people able to live off of smaller plots of land. Artisans also have new art supplies and dyes from new world
leg of the triangular trade route.
Triangular Trade- the trade of slaves connecting Europe, Africa, Asia and American continents that characterized the new Atlantic economy. Merchant ships from England, France, Spain, Portugal, and the Dutch Republic traded European manufactured goods (cloths, gin, guns) to Africa for slaves. Then ships traded slaves for tobacco, molasses, sugar, rum, coffee, and raw cotton in Americas where go back to be sold in European markets
About 10 million slaves were transported to the Americas due to high death rate