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Encounters of the Atlantic System
The Atlantic System started when Europeans began exploring new lands. Voyages and discoveries began to change the flow of the world, and the people of four continents became integrated. This European expansion seemed to have produced strong mental and emotional effects on the Africans and Native Americans. It must have been difficult to suddenly conform to other ways of living. The Native Americans were segregated for more than a thousand years, so it was probably the most difficult for them to conform. The Europeans and Africans brought diseases like smallpox that killed millions of…
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