Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

What were the three main steps involved in the triangular slave trade?


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Triangular Trade is not mentioned directly in the text. The first step involved loading ships with goods, that would then be taken to the African Coast. The second step involved trading those goods for men, women, and children. These slaves would then embark on the voyage through the Middle Passage. In the third step, the ships unloaded the slaves in the West Indies, where they would be sold to the highest bidder.