Silent Trade

Silent Trade
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  • Silent Trade: By: Lauryn, Bell and  Alex  Silent Trade is when West and North African traders exchange goods, usually being salt and gold, without ever coming face to face. The West and North African traders used silent trade to avoid a language barrier and conflicts. Silent trade usually took place along a river or other water source. 
  • The middleman finds and sets up the meeting place of the silent trade.
  • West  Africans  travel to the meeting point and  leave the gold for the North Africans.
  • West Africans bang the drum.
  • West Africans   leave the meeting point.
  • North   Africans   travel to meeting point and   pick up gold.
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