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southern colonies

Maryland,Virginia,The Carloina,Georgia

constitution a written pan of goverment
debtors people who had been put in prison for owing money
backcountry what the settlers called the land beyond,or "in the back of" the area settled by Europeans
planter plantation owner
oversee a person by plantation owners to watch enslaved people as they work
indigo the dye produced to use in cloth making process
interdependence demanding on another for economic reasources
broker a person who is paid to buy and sell for someone else
calverts the family who started the Maryland colony
Toleration act gave religious freedom the christian in Maryland colony
Lords propiters the eight English leaders of the Carolina colony
James oglethorpe founded Georgia
great wagon road immigrants and settlers followed native trail west with wagons
plantation a large farm
charter an official paper in wich certain rights are given by government to a person group or bussness
cash crop a crop that people grow to sell
proprietary coloney a colony owed and ruled by onr person who was chosen by the king or gueen
Created by: paulmullaney22