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items that can be bought and sold
work people do for others
the exchange of resources, goods, or services
the trade of goods and services WITHOUT money
What are some ways Coastal Indians used the resources around them?
All coastal people used the ocean as a source for food.

Northern Indians built homes with boards from cedar or giant redwood trees.

Coastal people made goods from natural resources like baskets from grass, reeds and branches.
Why and what did the people of the Channel Islands trade with people on the mainland?
They traded their resources to get other resources they did not have. The Island people traded fish and Steatite,(a soft stone that could be carved into bowls, pipes and ornaments) for mainland goods, such as acorns.
The way a group uses its resources to make, buy, and sell things.