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SS: Colonial America

4th: CH 4 (L1-2)

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The law-making branch of a government. Legislature
A crop that people grow to sell. Cash Crop
Person who agreed to work for another person without pay for a certain length of time in exchange for a passage to North America. Indentured Servant
Areas of land on or near the borders between countries, colonies, or regions. Borderlands
A large farm. Plantation
To speak for. Represent
A land ruled by another country. Colony
A small religious settlement. Mission
Part ownership in a business. Stock
A Spanish fort. Presidio
The practice of holding people against their will and making them work without pay. Slavery
A resource that can be used to make a product. Raw Material
A large estate or home where cattle and sheep are raised. Hacienda
The money left over after all costs have been paid. Profit
A colony ruled directly by a king or queen (monarchy). Royal Colony
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