Cause and Effect Age of Exploration By Malisa Martinez, Mr. Meninga, 2A, 3/15/17

The Triangular Trade Was Created

Triangular Trade is a Multilateral System of Trading in which a country pays for the imports from one country by its exports from another. This was an impact because it helped trading increase.

3 Causes Of The Triangular Trade being Created

3 Cause of Triangular Trade were The desire for increased wealth for European countries, The desire for raw materials from the new world, and The discovery of America.

3 Effects of The Triangular Trade Being Created

3 Effects of Triangular Trade is that slave trade began, Another is exploration began, And Millions of Africans forced to America enhancing their status

Columbus Discovered A New World

Christopher Columbus was an Italian navigator. He was determined to find a direct water route west from Europe to Asia, but he never did. Instead, he accidentally stumbled upon the Americas, Who also died never being acknowledged that he discovered a new world.

3 Causes of Columbus Discovering a New World

3 Causes were No one knew the continents of North and South America, Exploration on his voyage, and Exploration of a new world.

3 Effects of Columbus Discovering a New World

3 Effects were Columbus found America and thought it was China. He discovered new islands and different places, and Columbus died not knowing discoveries that he made.

Prince Henry The Navigator

Prince Henry the Navigator was born in Porto, Portugal, in 1394. He played a big part in the exploration along the west coast of Africa.Henry is regarded as an originator of the Age of Discovery and the Atlantic slave trade.

3 Causes of Prince Henry The Navigator

3 Cause were He wanted to help open routes from Africa to Asia,He wanted to improve navigation, and Prince Henry wanted to find a way to navigate around Africa.

3 Effects of Prince Henry the Navigator

3 effects were He started a navigation sailing school,He created a caravel, and He made a ship in order to tack.

World Exploration by Europeans

European ships were traveled around the world to search for new trading routes and partners to feed burgeoning capitalism in Europe during the 15th, They then gained spices through trade with Muslim Traders. One explorer was Marco Polo .

3 Causes of European Exploration

3 causes were Europeans desire for new trade routes, Growing power and wealth of European nations, and Competition for trade.

3 Effects of European Explortion

3 Effects were Knowledge grows about other religions,Europeans and Native Americans Clash, and Enslavement of Africans Began.

Work Cited

Mr. Meninga's Notes


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