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Social Studies

Early Days of NY aned Colonial Life

Apprentice Person who agrees to work for a more experienced person for a certain period of time in order to learn a skill
Colonist Person who lives in a colony
Colony Place that is ruled by another country
Culture Way of life of a group of people
Economy System for producing and delivering goods
Explorer Person who travels to unknown places to discover new things
Governor Leader of a colony or head of the executive branch of a state
Indentured Servant Person who agreed to work without pay for a period of time in exchange for a boat trip to the colonies
Merchant Person who buys goods and sells them for a profit
Patroon Person who was given land by the Dutch West India Company for paying to bring 50 settlers to New Netherland.
Profit Earnings that remain after subtracting the cost of making and selling goods or services.
Slaves Person who is owned by another person
Created by: brianconniem