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Chapter 4 vocab FLEI

Chapter 4 vocabe

Backcountry Land that ran along the Appalachian mountains, and through the far western part of the other regions.
Subsistence farming The act of growing only enough crop to eat, without the intent of making money.
Triangular trade The name given to the trading route that stops in Africa, the West Indies and New England.
The Navigation acts An act that stated: 1. All shipping most be done on English ships 2. Tobacco wood and sugar can only be sold to England. 3. European imports had to pass through English port. 4. England can tax anything not shipped to England.
Smuggling The act of importing or exporting good illegally.
Cash crop Crop grown with the intent of making money.
gristmill A place where grain is crushed into flour.
Artisans or craftspeople People who made art or crafts
Conestoga wagons A way to carry goods to town.
Created by: NFleischmann