Lourdes Casanova, Cornell University
| By Lourdes Casanova | For 250 years, between 1565 and 1815, trade between Latin America and Asia flourished. Porcelain, gunpowder, agricultural products and animals from China and other parts of Asia would arrive to the west coast of Mexico (New Spain at the time) via the Philippines on Manila Galleon trading ships. Traveling in the other direction, as much as a third of the silver produced in M…
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