Silent Bartering In West Africa
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Silent Trade was a form of trade that made it so that the two traders never met or spoke. The berbers from taghaza, Ghana, and the wangarans all used silent trade. The silent trade took place in a set location.
First they would select a middle man which was the person who planned the time and place for the trade.
next a trader would travel to the set location made by the middle man
while at the set location, the trader would leave the goods bang a drum and leave
then a second trader would hear the drum and travel to the set location
if the second trader liked what he saw, he would leave an offer for that item.
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