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Causes Of The Triangular Trade

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The triangular trade was a triangular route to carry slaves, cash crops, and goods between West Africa, Caribbean, and American colonies in the late 16th century to the 19th century. The regions in the colonies differ from one another alot actually. The New England region depended mostly on the ocean, fishing, and trapping their food. The southern region made mostly sugarcane rice and tobacco in their farmland because they have long fertile soil seasons. The middle region were bread baskets which means they grew wheat barley and Rye for cash crops. Enslaved workers increased in the colonies because they were cheap to get in all you had to give them was give them a rag and they did the hard labor for you, and you made a
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