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Triangular Trading This map will show the shipping routes and trading good from each nation. Thirteen Colonies England & Europe Africa West Indies Show All
Thirteen Colonies Shipping Routes and Trade Goods Thirteen Colonies England & Europe Africa West Indies Show All
England and Europe Shipping Routes and Trade Goods Thirteen Colonies England & Europe Africa West Indies Show All
Africa Shipping Routes and Trade Goods Thirteen Colonies England & Europe Africa West Indies Show All
West Indies Shipping Routes and Trade Goods Thirteen Colonies England & Europe Africa West Indies Show All
All Shipping Routes and Trade Goods Thirteen Colonies England & Europe Africa West Indies Show All
Mercantilism An economic system based on colonial trade.
Triangular Trade and the Navigation Acts Pg
Triangular Trade and the Navigation Acts. Triangular Trade Settlers in Colonial America engaged in 3 types of trade –Trade with other colonies –Direct.
Triangular Trade Route. Trading Goods The Thirteen Colonies all grew and produced goods that they traded between on another. They also traded their goods.
Sept. 23, Which three points make up the triangular trade route? America, Great Britain, and the West Indies Great Britain, Africa, and the West.
17 TH CENTURY TO 18 TH CENTURY The Triangle Trade.
Section 1-10 The triangular trade route developed. Ships brought sugar and molasses from the West Indies to New England where the molasses was made into.
Let’s Talk Economics The following group of terms are economic terms that you will not only hear when talking about Ancient Rome, but even in “real life”
New England Colonies: Economy. Fishing The colonists caught more fish because of oceans nearby. They had a surplus so they sold it to people in Europe.
Colonial Trade Mercantilism *Theory that a country can get rich from trading with its colonies. *Ex. England controls who and what the 13 colonies trade.
exchange of people, plants, animals, technology and ideas that would change the lives of people in Europe, the Americas and Africa.
Life in the Colonies How Colonies Grew. New England Colonies How do they generate $$ and built economy? How do they generate $$ and built economy? Small.
New England’s Economy Chapter 5 Lesson 3.
Colonial Mercantilism A step towards the American Revolution.
Mercantilism The European World. What is Mercantilism? / the theory that a country’s power depended mainly on its wealth to build strong navies and purchase.
Triangular Trade : The transatlantic system of trade in which goods, including slaves, were exchanged between Africa, England, Europe, the West Indies,
Warm-up Re: Period 1 ( ): List at least one example of “contact”, “commerce” and “competing philosophies”
“The Agricultural South”
Jeopardy New England Colonies Round One Triangle Religious Settlement Economics Potluck TradeIssues
Triangular Trade and Middle Passage 17 th & 18 th Centuries.
1) ANALYZE causes and effects of economic differences among regions in the 13 colonies. C: Silent H: Raise your hand A: Complete Ch 4.4 Power Notes M:
Mercantilism and Triangular Trade. Overview Mercantilism is an economic system practiced by European countries from around 1600 through the 1700’s. It.
Atlantic Slave Trade and the Columbian Exchange. Causes of Slave Trade Existed in Africa for centuries. Spread of Islam into Africa increased slave trade.
Chapter 3, Section 1 An Empire and Its Colonies. What’s so good about the Colonies? 1. Supplied _____ _______ 2. Bought large amount of ______ ______.
The Commercial Revolution New wealth from the Americas combined with a dramatic growth in overseas trade created the Commercial Revolution. The transfer.
Triangular Trade. What was the Triangular Trade? Trading networks in which goods and slaves moved among England, the American colonies, and Africa.
7 th Chapter 16-3 Cornell Notes “Origins of Capitalism”
Pages EQ: How and why did people in 13 colonies produce a wide variety of goods and develop thriving trade routes? Vocabulary: Apprentice.
Empire to Independence Part II Colonial Economies.
Other Important Events of Colonization Read Create and label a diagram of the Triangular Trade. 2. Answer Q’s pg 103 Geo Skills 1 and 2. 3.
European Empires. Portugal Portugal Portugal –Established the earliest modern European colonial empires –Prince Henry the Navigator Started a school.
Bell Ringer Identify the Thirteen Original American Colonies and place them on the outline map.
Triangular Trade and the Middle Passage. Big Ideas of the Lesson 1.Using multiple sources can help us better understand the terrible conditions of the.
The Slave Trade and Colonization. THE SLAVE TRADE Triangular Trade A pattern of trade that occurred between Europe, the Americas and Africa. From Africa.
Mercantilism Definition of Mercantilism Mercantilism is an economic theory stating that colonies exist to benefit the parent country.
Mercantilism The sole (main) purpose of the colony is to provide raw materials for the mother country Colonies work for the mother country The colony.
Bell Ringer Date: September 30 th, )Hand in your Homework in the bin. 2) Take out a new sheet of paper and label it Slavery B9 3) Take out another.
Chapter 4-1 Life in the Colonies
Bellwork Create 2 exploration/colonization multiple choice questions 2 خلق الاستكشاف / أسئلة الاختيار المتعدد الاستعمار Kreye / kolonizasyon kesyon chwa.
Crops that are sold for profit To buy from a foreign market.
Map Questions, Study Guide Parts 1-3 and Vocabulary.
Slavery Archer Slaves During the Colonial Period Political: Slaves had no rights or political voice. Economic: Labor of the Plantation system.
JOHN CABOT By Bryce Gearhart JOHN CABOT WAS A YOUNG MERCHANT. HIS TASK WAS TO FIND NEW TRADE ROUTES AND CLAIM LAND FOR ENGLAND.
Life in the 13 Colonies Section One The New England Colonies.
VOCAB Triangular Trade. Abolitionist, admiralty courts, bond, custom officers, duty, export, import, indigo. Money that must be put up in advance as a.
7th American History Chapter 4 – The Colonies Grow
This image is a map of the slave trade. All of the slaves were forced to go to America and the west indies. The reason why they went to the west indies.
The Slave Trade Triangular Trade Colonial merchant ships followed trade routes between the colonies, Europe, Africa, and the West Indies that formed.
The Triangle Trade. The Triangle Trade was actually three trade routes, which created an exchange cycle of goods. The series of trade routes formed a.
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