How Did the Triangular Trade Work?


The triangular trade involved Great Britain exporting copper, manufactured cloth, guns/ammunition and silk to Africa. From Africa, they took enslaved women, men and children to North America. North America then exported sugar, ram, rice, tobacco, coffee and cotton to Great Britain and the chain starts all over again.
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Triangular trade started in the mid-15th century. Trading took place between America, Europe and Africa. It was also referred to as the Trans-Atlantic trade, as ...
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