7What was the Triangle Slave Trade? Merchants from the US and European countries Purchase rum, molasses, other trinkets and sail to AfricaAfricans trade other Africans toEuropeans for rum, and other trinketsAfrican Slaves who survive the middle passage brought to Caribbean from Africa and seasoned, broken and sold to other places
8How is Sugar Produced? Slaves cut sugar cane Slaves plant sugar cane downSlaves plant sugar canein fieldsSlaves Crush sugar caneto make juiceSlaves Boil juice to makeRum and molasses
9How much sugar, water, and fiber in a single stalk of sugar cane?
10Questions Based on the Sugar Trade DBQ Can you answer these “?’s”Can you answer these “?’s”Who dominated the Sugar Trade in the new World?Provide evidence to support your conclusion from the documents.What is meant by the phrase “capital intense”?What impact did the sugar trade have on the slave trade?Why was the transatlantic slave trade so successful?Write the History equation that represents the Sugar Trade DBQ?Explain the equation?What is an “attention grabber” what is it used for?What bucket does document 1, 5, 7, 9 belong?Provide evidence from the document do you have to support your choices?
11Questions Based on the Sugar Trade DBQ Can you answer these “?’s”Can you answer these “?’s”What is a DBQ?What does the bucket P?Define the bucket E?Define the bucket A?Define the bucket C?What is found on the source line?Define the concept authors bias?Define the concept of main idea?Draw and explain the Triangle Slave Trade.Define the Columbian Exchage.