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Trust period

Georgia in the Trust Period

charter document that granted the territory to the trustees and set up rules
proprietor owner
trustee people who hold responsibility and act on behalf of others
royal colony a colony under the rule of a king
militia a force of citizen-soldiers
mercantilism economic policy in which a country exports more than it imports
Parliament makes laws for a country
industrious characterized by hard work and determination
indigo blue dye made from the indigo plant
pacifist someone who believes any kind of fighting or violence is wrong
indentured servant person who sold his or her labor for a period of years in return for passage to the New World
ally person, group, or country who joins with another for a common interest
malcontent a complainer; one who was not happy with the Georgia colony rules
slavery practice of owning people as property
artisan skilled craftsman
Created by: Bense8