The Triangular Trade
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JustAnotherNumber on November 21, 2010
A short set of flashcards on the Triangular Trade system of the Age of Exploration; designed for K. Wasinger's class, but can be used by anyone for studying.
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|Africa||The most negatively affected continent in the Triangular Trade|
|"Sugar Factories"||Islands (i.e. the Bahamas) where every occupation involved sugar|
|Benin||This African, once-civilized MICROCOSM became barbarous thanks to the slave trade|
|The Middle Passage||The second leg of the triangular trade and a trip meant to "break the will" of the slaves|
|Interdependent||Africa became _______ to Europe, thanks to the Old World's manufactured goods being cheaper than artisan ones|
|Guns n' Rum||Two examples of European TRAPPINGS that were passed onto Africa|
|Europe, Africa, New World||The order of the triangular trade (separated by commas ), starting with Europe|
|Quakers||One of the first groups to criticize slavery.|
|Economic||The _______ impact on Africa due to the slave trade was the loss of infrastructure, jobs, and capital|
|Triangular Trade||A 3-part merchant's route in which MANUFACTURED GOODS were traded for SLAVES and thusly SUGAR/COFFEE/CHOCOLATE|