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Chapter 4 Vocab BM

chapter 4 vocabulary cards

ran along the appalachian mountains through the far western part of the other regions Backcountry
the production of enough food for themselves and little more to trade in town subsistence farming
trade route with 3 stops triangular trade
4 major provisions designed to ensure that England made money from it's colonies' trade Navigation acts
importing or exporting goods illegally smuggling
crops raised to be sold for money cash crops
a place where millers crushed grain between heavy stones to produce flour or meal gristmill
variety diversity
craftspeople artisans
wide wheeled wagons used on dirt roads built by Germans Conestoga wagon
plant that yields deep blue die indigo
young woman who introduced indigo Eliza Lucas
One of the best known of the southern planters William Byrd II
men hired by planters to watch and direct the work of slaves overseers
September, 1739, about 20 slaves gathered at the Stono River and killed several planter families Stono Rebellion
they stretch from eastern Canada to south Alabama Appalachian Mountains
where waterfalls prevent large boats from moving farther up river fall line
"foot of the mountains" beyond the fall line. It's the broad plateau that leads to the Blue Ridge Mountains piedmont
large groups of families - sometimes in the thousands - that claim a common ancestor clan
Created by: m0809711