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Which is correct concerning Triangular Trade? A.Fish and grains from New England went to the frontier. B. Wine, spice, and gold went to England. C.Slaves and Gold went to the west Indies. D.Sugar and
molasses came to colonies from the west Indies. E.Manufactured ships from New England went to England, France, and to the Dutch.
D.Sugar and molasses came to colonies from the west Indies. - - -
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