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A review of trade routes, slavery, and indentured servitude

How did enslaved Africans impact the culture of America? With new farming techniques, cooking styles, and language
What was the journey that slaves took from Africa to the Americas? Middle Passage
What was sent to Africa in exchange for slaves? rum
Why were Africans brought to America? to provide more workers for plantations
Who were people who agreed to work for land owners in the colonies in exchange for passage to the New World? indentured servants
What did indentured servants and land owners sign in which they agreed on the number of years of service for the servant? a contract
What goods were sent from the colonies to Europe? tobacco, rice, and indigo
How were indentured servants and slaves alike? They both worked and played an important role in the colonial economy.
What were the paths that merchants took to transport goods called? trade routes
What was made into rum and then sent to Africa? sugar cane
What language was developed by enslaved Africans on the sea islands of S.C. and Georgia? Gullah
Created by: lheppeard