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Chapter 4 Vocab.JH:)

Ran along the Appalachian Mtns. through the far western part of the other regions. Backcountry
When farmers produced just enough food for themselves, and sometimes a little extra to trade in town. subsistence farming
A trading route with three stops. Triangular trade
In 1651, England created this to make sure that they made money from colonies' trade. Make a profit. Navigation Acts
Importing or exporting goods illegally. Smuggling
Crops that were raised to be sold for money. cash crop
Millers that crushed the grain between heavy stones to produce flour or meal. gristmill
Variety in people. diversity
German craftspeople, made glass, furniture, and kitchen ware. artisan
Germans built these to carry their produce to town. Conestoga wagon
A plant that yields a deep blue dye. indigo
The woman who introduced indigo as a sucessful plantation crop. Eliza Lucas
Men hired by planters to watch over and direct the work of slaves. overseers
In September 1739, about 20 slaves gathered at Stono River, to kill planter families, to seek freedom.Most of them died. Stono Rebellion
Owned a huge plantation, in House of Bergesess. William Byrd II
Stretched from eastern Canada south to Alabama. Appalachian Mountains
Where waterfalls prevented large boats from moving farther upriver. fall line
Means "Foot of the Mountains", broad plateau. piedmont
Large groups of families, that claim a ancestor. clan
Created by: h0302440