THE GREAT EXCHANGE, 1492–1640s
Map on spring roller with backboard
Symbols denote the categories of things transferred between the Americas and Europe, Africa and Asia: fruits and vegetables, beans, nuts, and grains; flowers; other plant products; poultry and livestock; insects; and disease. For each category, specific items are then listed. A timeline at the bottom displays the dates when "big arrivals" came to each side of the exchange.
This title is part of the series: THE NYSTROM COMPLETE U.S. HISTORY MAP SET