West African Silent Trade
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Silent trade is when both sides trade without ever meeting face to face. Ghana and Wangara used this to trade. They used this trade so that there was no language barrier. This took place in North Africa.
This shows the middle man making the time and place.
This shows the North Africans beating the drum and leaving the salt to be traded
The Wangarans heard the drums and went on a boat to go to the trading site.
Once they got there they took the salt
Then they spread out goods like gold nuggets, coins and dust
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