The Triangular Trade.
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Goodmorning Class! Today we will be learning about the "Triangular Trade". This is a trading system between countries in 3 different regions, that took place during the 1400's and lasted into the late 1800's. We traded things from raw materials, manufactutred products, and sadly slaves.
We Americans trade Lumber (wood), cotton, and much more. We then send these raw materials to the Europeans, who send them back as finished products.
Us Europeans take the items the Americans send us, manufacture them and send them back.
We Africans also trade raw materials found here in our villages such as gold and iron. In order to receive more money, we eventually resort to trading our very own people as slaves! This results to the Americans sending us alcohol for more slaves.
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