Unit 2 Test Review
Triangular Trade Route
- trade routes between Africa, the Americas, and Europe, in which ships carried cash crops, manufactured goods, and enslaved people.
- Middle Passage: the part of the triangular trade route in which captured and enslaved Africans were sent by ship, under terrible conditions, to be sold in the Americas.
- Exported (sent from the 13 colonies to England & Europe) sugar, cotton, and tobacco.
- Imported (products brought into the 13 colonies) molasses, textiles and slaves from England and Africa.
Indentured Servants vs. Slaves
- Indentured servants: a person who agrees to work for a set period of time without pay in exchange for necessities such as transportation, food, clothing, and shelter.
- Slaves: forced to work without pay for life; seen as property