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Colonization

TermDefinition
cash crop a crop that people grow to sell
profit is the money left over after all costs have been paid
indentured servant people who agreed to work without pay for a length of time.
colony land ruled by another country
plantation large farm
slavery practice of holding people against their will and them work without pay.
raw material resource that can be used to make a product.
New England Colony colonies that relied on lumber, shipbuilding, fishing
industry all the businesses that make one kind of product or offer one kind of service
export are goods sent out of the country
import are goods brought back into a country
triangular trade route routes that connected the English Colonies, West Indies, and Africa
middle passage enslaved Africans were placed on ships and forced to travel across the Atlantic ocean
Middle Colonies Diversity was allowed, religious freedom, farming, trade, nicknamed Bread Basket
immigrant person who comes into a country to make a new home there
diversity groups thrown together from different parts of the world
apprentice learn a trade from a master artisan
Southern Colony Have large plantations, grew tobacco, indigo, rice, religious freedom
Created by: rdefevers