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Chap. 4 vocab an

Backcountry An area that ran along the Appalachian Mountains in North America.
Subsistence Farming They produced just enough food for themselves and sometimes a little extra to trade in town.
Triangular Trade A trading route with three stops.
Navigation Acts had four major provisions designed to ensure that England made money from their colony's trade
Smuggling importing or exporting goods illegally.
Cash crop crops raised to be sold for money.
gristmill Crushed grain between heavy stones to produce flour or meal. Human or animal powered(also water)
diversity Variety
artisans Craftspeople
Conestoga wagons Germans built these to carry their produce to town.
indigo a plant that yields a deep blue eye
Eliza Lucas Young women who introduced indigo as a successful plantation crop
overseers men hired by planters to watch over and direct the work of slaves
Stono Rebellion In September 1739 20 slaves gathered at the stono river with guns and other weapons and killed several planter families. However a white Militia caught them and many died, and those who were captured were executed.
Appalachian Mountains Mountains that stretch from eastern Canada south to Alabama.
Fall line where waterfalls prevent large boats
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