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Title: 16th Century Voyages

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Date: June 4, 1999
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Discovering new lands, or lands that were inaccessible before, yielded trade that was unexpected and more advantageous then previously thought. The Portuguese found many riches on their stops in Africa. In Africa they found gold, and on its islands they found new locations to grow sugarcane, a crop that wouldn’t grow in the Mediterranean islands anymore...

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In turn the need for slaves to do the hard work began across all the places the Europeans went. The slave trade was a very lucrative business and has impacted the world in its effects as well as displacing many slaves in other lands. While the slave trade of mostly Africans occurred, it brought these peoples to places were they have deep routes today...

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