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Chapter 4 Vocabulary

Social Studies

Back-country Area that ran along the Appalachian Mountains.
Subsistence Farming Farming just enough for YOU.
Triangular Trade A trade route with three stops.
Navigation Acts Four provisions that ensured England Made money.
Smuggling Illegally importing or exporting goods
Cash Crop Farming enough for a PROFIT.
Gristmill A large mill used to crush grains between to large rocks.
Diversity Varietty
Artisan Craftspeople
Conestoga Wagon Wagon created by Englishmen used to transfer goods to the market.
indigo Plant that yields a deep blue dye.
Eliza Lucas Started farming indigo.
William Byrd II One of the best known southern planters.
Overseer Person hired to "see over" slaves.
Stono Rebellion Major slave rebellion in September 1739.
Appalachian Mountains Mountains that stretch from Canada.
Fall Line Maximum height the Ship can go upstream.
Piedmont "Foot of the mountains"
Clans large groups of families
Created by: h0503321