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SC Proprietary

SC Proprietary Colony

men granted the land that would become the Carolina Colony Lords Proprietors
governing body that acted as legislators and judges Grand Council
legislative body created to represent the common person Commons House of Assembly
appointed the governor Lords Proprietors
most informed, wealthy, and powerful people political elite
political elite in the Carolina colony wealthy plantation owners / land owners
region of South Carolina with disproportionate power lowcountry
how the Lords Proprietors earned money from the Carolina colony quitrent
most colonies had this type of legislature bicameral
geographic features that encouraged the development of cash crops fertile soil, mild climate, long growing season, and marshlands
trade products gained from Native Americans deerskins and furs
South Carolina's main cash crops rice and indigo
Carolina Gold rice
Person who's secrets of cultivating indigo made it a major crop Eliza Lucan Pinckney
Major seaport in SC Charleston
Export more than import mercantilism
England was this to South Carolina mother country
Purpose of colonies in mercantile system source of raw materials and market for goods
Bonuses offered by the British to encourage the growth of certain products subsidies
list of products the British guaranteed they would purchase enumerated list
product from pine trees used to make ships watertight naval stores
people from this place moved to SC and brought with them the plantation system, slave trade, and land-based social system Barbados