Triangle trade brought slavery to America and helped Americans get important commodities it could not otherwise obtain.
In the short term, triangle trade allowed farmers, fishermen, and other businesses to export their goods and make money, also allowing them to import goods that they needed from England. Triangle trade was necessary because of the British Navigation Acts, which restricted trade on certain items. Triangle trade also came about because sometime around the 1730ís the
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Pennsylvania government to move the friendly Indians to the eastern side of the state so they would not be attacked again. At one point they tried, unsuccessfully, to move the Indians to New York. Finally, Franklinís conservative attitude toward the whole situation cost him his seat in the assembly. Late in 1764 he was sent back to England. The Paxton Boys were another group and set of events to affect Pennsylvanian and U.S. history.