This is a classic image of the triangle trade, one I learned in history class, yet we need to embrace the map in Chapter II, which illuminates well the trade exchange between the southern New England colonies and the plantations of the Caribbean. Southern New England shipping interests as well as its merchants and farmers benefited from supplying raw materials and agricultural goods.
Now read through Chapter II and extract what you think is the most important take-away for our story. Support your claim with 5-7 sentences of Standard English.
By the way, can anyone find the 18th century triangle trade map from the book? I could not find it online. We need it!