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The Triangle Trade and route of an enslaved person

The "triangle trade" carried agricultural products from America to Europe, manufactured goods from Europe to Africa, and enslaved people from Africa to America. As this map shows, though, it is more complicated than a single triangle.

A map depicts the triangle trade of enslaved people, manufactured goods, and raw materials.
Citation (Chicago Style): 

“The Slave Route.” Map. The Slave Route: Reconciling the Duty to Remember and Historical Truth. UNESCO, 2009. 

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