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Goods that are brought into another country that are made in another. Import
Goods that are made in our country and shipped to another. Export
Materials before being processed or manufactured into a final form. Raw materials
products that have been made from raw materials. Manufactured Goods
A pattern of trade between England, Africa, and the American Colonies. Triangular Trade
Creating and maintaining wealth by carefully controlling trade. Mercantilism
a set of laws made by Britain that started the colonies only trade with Britain. Navigation Acts
when a country exports more than they import Favorable Balance of Trade
works forever Slave
works for 4-7 years in exchange for a voyage to America. Indentured Servent
crops that are continually in demand. Staple Crops
grown for the purpose of making money. Cash Crops
They cut down wood to make ships to go fishing. The New England Colony
Timber Fishing and shipbuilding. The New England Colony
grow staple crops The Middle Colonies
trade and shipyards The Middle Colonies
grows cash crops. The Southern Colonies
Tobacco, rice, and indigo Cash Crops
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