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any wood from which dye is obtained

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Between the 1620s and 30s, for example, Lopo Ramires, a leading Jewish merchant in Amsterdam, regularly remitted sugar, diamonds, dyewoods and spices from Lisbon to his brother, Duarte Nunes da Costa, who resided in Florence, using vessels chartered at Lisbon or Livorno.
In return, the Miskito produced--or purchased from the Sumu-- such things as dyewoods, tortoise shells, sarsaparilla, cacao, skins, game, dugout canoes, and India rubber.