Silent Bartering Storyboard

Silent Bartering Storyboard
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  • Intro
  • Hello! My name is Babajide and I'm here to inform you about Silent Trade. Silent Trade was a form of trade where the two sides never meet, it was used between traders Africa. It was most popular from 400 CE to 800 CE. Some of the trades included a middleman who would assist the traders. Sometimes Silent Trade also was called Silent Bartering. 
  • Step #1
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  • In Silent Trade there was a person called a middleman and they spoke multiple languages and could assist traders. The middleman began the process by talking between colonies to find out a specific date, time, and location for the trade. 
  • Step #2
  • At the planned location, the first colony would drop off their goods and then leave.
  • Step #3
  • The first colony to drop their goods would announce they are making an offered trade by drumming signals to the other colony. 
  • When the second colony heard the drumming, they would travel to the sight by boat. 
  • Step #4
  • Then the second colony would inspect the first colonies trade.
  • Step #5
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