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Trade with new world

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Who was involved in triangular trade? A system of trade between Africa, the New World west indies included Europe.
What was traded in triangular trade? They traded things/people such as slaves, rice, tobacco, manufactured goods
Journey of the slaves The part of the slaves journey to the new world from Africa was called the middle passage and it was a difficult/harsh journey.
African culture African brought their culture to the colonies. They knew how to farm, they influenced cooking and developed culture called Gullah. Sweetgrass baskets and spiritual
Why was the French and Indian War fought? It was fought over land that France and England both claimed belonged to them. Both sides had navtive americans to help them with the war.
How did the war end and who won? The Treat of Paris ended the war. Britain (England) won
How were the waterways helpful? The waterways were important because it helped them have control of the land.
Who fought in the French and Indian War? France and their native American allies fought against Great Britian and their native American allies.
When was the French and Indian War fought? 1754-1763
Where was the French and Indian War fought? It was fought in the British territory in North America and New France
What was the main cause of the French and Indian War? France and Great Britain both claimed control over areas in North America including the Ohio River Valley, Mississippi River basin and the great lakes region.
Who are important people in the French and Indian War? George Washington, General Braddock, William Pitt, Major General Wolfe (all from Great Britain) and General Montcalm from France
What end the French and Indian War? The treaty of Paris of 1763 end the war.
What are the effects of the French and Indian War? France lost its territory and Great Britain increased its territory. Native Americans continued to fight British control. Great Britain had increased presence in the colonies which led to resistance among American colonists ---> American Revolution.
How did slaves revolt? -Sing spirituals while working -destroy tools -run away from plantations -work slow -pretend to be sick
Slave Rebellion A slave revolt led to slave codes which made life harder for slaves.
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