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Unit 2 Vocabulary

Colonial Life

TermDefinition
To trade goods or services for other goods or services without using money. barter
Showing much variety diverse
A product sent from one country to another to be sold. export
a product brought into a country to be sold import
Economic ideas popular in the 1600s and 1700s which suggested that governments should limit imports but increase manufacturing and exports. mercantilism
The part of the triangular trade route in which captured and enslaved Africans were sent by ship, under terrible conditions, to be sold to the Americas. Middle Passage
Resources that are used to manufacture products. raw materials
An area that shares physical or human characteristics. region
Trade routes between Africa, the Americas, and Europe, in which ships carried cash crops, manufactured goods, and enslaved people. triangular trade
An economic system in which people are free to start their own business or to do whatever work they want. free enterprise system
economic activity connected with producing, manufacturing, or constructing products industry
A crop that is grown to sell, rather than to be used by the grower. cash crops
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