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3rd Grade History

Wilson Hall - 3rd Grade History - Low Country, Back Country, Slavery and Indians

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The three early settlements were _____ _____, _____, and _____. Charles town, Beaufort, Georgetown
_____ raised (grew) _____ on their _____ or large farms in the Low Country. Planters, rice, plantations
_____ grew anywhere in South Carolina and was used to make blue dye. Indigo
_____ _____ _____ discovered a way to make the dye. Eliza Lucas Pinckney
_____ _____ _____ taught the people of the Back Country how to grow their own food. Dr. Henry Woodward
Workers on the large plantations were called _____. slaves
The slaves got tired of being told what they had to do and began a _____. rebellion
They were defeated by the _____ led by Governor William Bull. militia
This rebellion was called the _____ _____. Stono Rebellion
Because the settlers were afraid of another rebellion, they passed the _____ _____. Slave Code
Two famous wars between the settlers and the Indians were the _____ _____ and _____ _____. Cherokee War, Yemassee War
At the end of each war, they signed a peace _____. treaty
the land area closest to the coast Low Country
owners of large farms planters
large farms plantations
the land area away from the coast Back Country
a plant used to make blue dye indigo
an attempt to fight back against something rebellion
an army made up of ordinary citizens militia
laws passed about what the slaves could and could not do Slave Code
an agreement between two or more sides treaty
Who discovered an easy way to make indigo dye? Eliza Lucas Pinckney
Who traded with the Indians and learned how they grew food? Dr. Henry Woodward
Who was the royal governor from 1737-1738? Governor William Bull
Created by: CarmenMcCaffrey on 2008-09-29



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