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SC Royal Colony

Year of the Stono Rebellion 1739
SC governor associated with Stono Rebellion William Bull
country that offered freedom to runaway slaves that was a cause of the Stono Rebellion Spain
culture that developed in the sea islands of SC Gullah
Main result of the Stono Rebellion Slave Codes
Placed restrictions on the movement of slaves Slave Codes
the majority of the population in the Lowcountry slaves
appointed the governor of SC during the royal period king
in charge of the taxes that paid the governor's salary General Assembly (assembly of SC)
Britain increased subsidies for this product naval stores
created by governor to encourage settlement in the backcountry townships
movement that resulted from the lack of law enforcement and protection in the backcountry Regulator Movement
main legal issue with the Regulator Movement violation of English right to a jury trial
law passed in 1769 that established courts and sheriffs for the backcountry Circuit Court Act
Goose Creek Men and Dissenters were examples of this Factions
War that made colonists realize the Lords Proprietors were not going to help protect them Yemassee War
people who took control of the port of Charles Town further demonstrating the lack of protection by the Lords Proprietors Pirates
Law that threatened religious liberty in the Carolina Colony. Church Act of 1706
Which region? tidewater and marshlands Lowcountry
Which region? largest part of the colony Upcountry
Which region? Cash crops Lowcountry
Which region? subsistence farming Upcountry
Which region? well-educated Lowcountry
Which region? mostly illiterate Upcountry
Which region? Charles Town, Georgetown, Beaufort Lowcountry
Which region? Camden, Orangeburg, Ninety-Six Upcountry
Which region? majority population was slaves Lowcountry
Which region? majority population was white Upcointry
Which region? had established court system throughout colonial period Lowcountry