The Triangle Trade, or the middle passage, goes from Britain to the Ivory Coast to the Americas This was the most popular trade route for delivering slaves or supplies. Furthering the economy
Some if not most of the new world was controlled by Britain, the American colonies were puppets of the British Kingdom. France also had a hand in the slave trade, and the Spaniards are most important in the colombian part of south America, They controlled most of the area, included some dutch.
The Americas' impact
Almost all countries/colonies practiced slave trade. It was a symbol of wealth and it would flaunt on fellow plantation owners. (Picture shows spaniards taking the Africans.) The trip would be very uncomfortable as they were stuffed inside the ships.
Overall impact of the slave triangle
Jamestown was one of the first British Colonies in the Americas, and with the slave trade--Jamestown bought slaves that the Spanish had brought, turns out the Slaves had Malaria, a deadly disease at the time. Although it helped the local economy with the production of crops and such, the populace was very sickly and it did not help that the British forlorn them.
With the discovery of a lot of Silver in the Americas, it was exported to a lot of different countries and kingdoms, but the one country that benifited the most of european colonization and slave trade, was China. China became more obsessed with Silver and the Amount of it, Corn, Potatoes and other foods became commonplace in the Chinese Kingdom. Mercantilsm became commonplace
. Overall, the slave game as I like to call it. Has influenced and changed the world in positive and negative ways. On one hand, the debate of slaves brought the civil rights movement and made the segregation of different colors non-existent. On one hand, it has created a lot of pain for the slaves in the old times. The trade increased exponentially and made the world a economic powerhouse today.