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Chapter 7 SS review

An overview of Chapter 7 in Social Studies text

In 1699, Virginia moved its capital to Williamsburg
Why did the Calvert family of England want to build a colony in North America? To provide a refuge for Catholics and turn a profit.
Wilmington North Carolina
Eliza Lucas Pinckney is known for- developing a type of indigo for dyeing cloth.
Baltimore Maryland
An apprentice is a young person who learns a job by living and working with a skilled worker.
Savannah Georgia
It was illegal to teach slaves to read and write.
Why did planters live in Charles Town for part of the year? to avoid insects that infested rice fields
James Oglethorpe founded the Georgia colony in order to- give debtors a new start.
Charles Town South Carolina
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay for a certain length of time in exchange for passage to North America was- an indentured servant.
Cash crops grown on southern plantations included- tobacco, rice, and indigo.
How were plantation children educated? at home by tutors, with sons often later sent to Europe
Norfolk Virginia
Created by: slohrenz