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Chapter 8, Lesson 4: Trade in New England (pp. 198-201)

I. The Merchant Trade

II. Parliament and Colonial Trade

    A. English Parliament passed the Navigation and Trade Acts.

    B. French and Dutch merchants began smuggling.

III. Merchants, Sailors, and Craftspeople
    A. Wealthy merchants became powerful.

    B. Craftspeople and sailors were vital to the merchant trade.

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