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SS: NewEnglandColony

4th: Unit 3: Chapter 5

An official paper in which certain rights are given by a government to a person, group, or business. Charter
Disagreement. Dissent
To force to leave. Expel
Agreement. Consent
Speech or behavior that causes people to work against a government. Sedition
The lands beyond the areas already settled. Frontier
A grassy area shared by the town's people and used for grazing sheep, cattle, and other livestock. Common
A time in a New England town when people gathered in the meeting house to vote on laws and elect leaders. Town Meeting
An economic system where people are free to choose which goods to make or buy and which services to offer or use. Free-Market
All the businesses that make one kind of product or offer one kind of service. Industry
Products used to build ships. Naval Stores
A good that leaves a country. Export
A good brought into a country. Import
A shipping route that connected England, the English colonies, and Africa. Triangular Trade Route
The journey millions of enslaved Africans were forced to travel across the Atlantic Ocean from Africa to the West Indies. Middle Passage
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