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Silent trade is a type of trading without speaking to or seeing each other. The Wangarans and the caravans that traveled to Ghana would silent trade. They used silent trade because there was no common language.
They would usually go to a river to trade.
The caravans would bring things like wool, silk, cotton, dates, figs, and grains.
The caravan would drop the things off for the Wangarans.
The caravans would beat a drum to let the Wangarans know that they wanted to trade.
When the Wangarans heard the drum they would go to the river by boat.
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