Colonial Triangular Trade: an Economy Based on Human Misery

Phyllis Raybin Emert

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Brief Description: Compelling firsthand accounts and primary source U. S. history documents underpin History Compass' popular Perspectives on History series. By the 1780s, about 97,000 slaves a year were being sent to the Americas on more than 800 slave ships. Most went from Africa to the West Indies, where they were trade for molasses. In New England, colonists used molasses to make rum. British merchants completed the triangle of human misery by trading rum for more slaves. This anthology of primary and secondary sources covers the slave trade and its abolition.

Media Bøger     Paperback Book   (Bog med blødt omslag og limet ryg)
Released 1970
ISBN13 9781878668486
Publisher History Compass
Pages 62
Dimensions 183 × 132 × 5 mm
Weight 77 gram
Language English