1830: Growth of International Trade Routes

The Ice Trade began to expand, with new routes being established throughout the world. Wooden hulled ships loaded with Ice were sent to Rio de Janeiro, Sydney Australia and as far as Calcutta India. Empty ships would be loaded with sugar, spices and other commodities returning to America. Ice became the 2nd largest United States export during the 19th Century.

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