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The Black Plauge and its devistating effects on Europe and how the plauge spread.
Death comes to everyone eventually. Wars, guns, cars, cancer, and diseases are all ways that many people are killed. Death can also be just a matter of old age. But none are like the Bubonic Plague known as the Black Death of the early 1330s. This single plague wiped out one third of Europe's population. Many other countries suffered from this plague as well. China was infected through Italian trading ships that came from a trip to the black sea in October of 1347. The disease was unlike any other of its time. The disease spread like wild fire though the air. Medicine back then was…
- Life in England and France in the 14th century was full of unrest and uncertainty. The effects of war, disease (bubonic plague) and famine led to huge deaths in Europe.
- The Black Plauge and its devistating effects on Europe and how the plauge spread.
- The effects on the Native peoples from the introduction of the commertial fur trade into Canada
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