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Social-Chapter 5

The Thirteen Colonies, pp. 177-201

dissent disagreement
expel to force to leave
industry all the businesses that make one kind of product or offer one kind of service
imports a product brought into a country
exports a product that leaves a country
triangular trade route shipping routes that connected England, the English colonies, and Africa
Middle Passage the journey millions of enslaved Africans were forced to travel across the Atlantic Ocean from Africa to the West Indies
refuge a safe place
proprietor an owner
trial by jury the right of a person to be tried by a jury, or a group, of citizens to decide if the person is guilty or innocent of committing a crime
immigrant a person who comes into a country to make a new life
diversity differences among people
religious toleration acceptance of religious differences
apprentice a person who lived and worked with an artisan's family for several years, learning a skill in order to earn a living
constitution a written plan of government
debtor a person who was put in prison for owing money
planter a plantation owner
indigo a plant from which a blue dye can be produced
broker a person who is paid to buy and sell for someone else
naval stores products used to build ships
Created by: ashleymohn