The Inca traded with nearby tribes, and with the settlers. They went as far north as the United States and as far south as Chile in South America. They did not trade with money, and they were not literate.
as far as i know, no one
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By communicating with other tribes
yes they traded buffalo with other tribes
They rode on allpacas.
they traded there tools for pots
Yes they did Trade with others
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The Inca's crops,flowers and textiles with peoples from neighbouring provinces.
bartering or trading.
yes they did
The ancient Inca tribes fought the Spanish Spaniards and lost. The leader of the Spaniards was Francisco Pizarro.
THey traded with other n. a. tribes such as the maya, anasazi, and the mount builders.
it was fast and controlled
The area in which they lived determined the types of goods and crops that an Inca community would produce and trade with other Inca communities. The Inca that lived in the valleys produced cotton, beans, corn, peppers and peanuts. The mountainous communities traded quinta, cocoa, potatoes and animal products.
They would trade metal, knives, fish, and other things other tribes couldn't get.
The Inuit did trade with other tribes. They traded fur, meat, dolls, guns, sleds, fish, and food. They trade because it improved how they lived. The Inuit also traded their technology/tools.
They traded poo.
The Anasazi's trade system was kind of like the Inca's. ... When they wanted or needed something a merchant would walk up to another tribe and offer them a trade. The Anasazi didn't have a type of currency, but they traded things for goods. They mostly traded pottery with other tribes.
the shoshone traded with other tribes to meat their needs
The tribes that lived in the Andes mountains in the past were the Inca and Chibcha. The tribes that live there now are the Aymara and Quechua.
Yes, they traded stones and shells.