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Triangular trade

TermDefinition
Import Goods that are brought into our country that are made in another country.
Import Make clothes, tools, and toys.
Export Goods and service that are made in our country and shipped to other countries.
Export top exports- 1.machines and engines 2.electronic equipment 3. oil 4. vehicles 5. aircraft
Raw Materials Materials before being processed or manufactured into a final form.
Raw Materials Something in it’s natural state
Manufactured Goods products that have been made from raw materials, especially as a large-scale operation using machinery.
Triangular Trade A pattern of trade between England, Africa and the American Colonies. • A pattern of trade between England, Africa and the American Colonies. • A pattern of trade between England, Africa and the American Colonies.
Triangular Trade • Colonies were exporting raw materials and importing manufactured goods.
New England Colonies They used timber for boats so they could go fishing and they worked on small farms.
Middel colonies Grew staple crops that were continually in demand. Examples are wheat, barley, and oats.
Southern Colonies Grew cash crops that were sold specifically for a profit. Rice, tobacco, and indigo.
Indentured servent Brought over to serve a 4 to 7 year term, in return got his ship fsir payed for.
common jobs Making soap, small farming, and fishing industries
Economy Production is the making of a good or service.
Economy Distribution of a good is selling a good or service.
Economy Consumption of a good or service is buying a good or service.
Economy A good is any physical item.
Economy A service a physical act that is to help out another person.
Slave A person forced to work against their will for no pay at all.
New England slave labor Had the least amount of slaves used most of them for crafts people.
Middle colonies slave labor
Created by: 18MillerClay