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Chapter 3, Section 2


Triangular Trade trading networks in which goods and slaves moved among England, the American colonies, and Africa
Middle Passage a voyage that brought enslaved Africans across the Atlantic Ocean to North America and the West Indies
Cash Crop agricultural products grown to be sold
Eliza Lucas woman to plant the first successful indigo crop that was grown in South Carolina
Yeoman in the colonies, farmers living on small farms rather than on large plantations
Olaudah Equiano an African man who wrote about the horrific conditions on a crowded slave ship
Stono Rebellion rebellion by about 100 enslaved African Americans in South Carolina against Southern planters
Created by: sjaco