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History vocabulary

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subsistence farming farming in which only enough food to feed one's family is produced
triangular trade a trade route that exchanged goods between the West Indies, the American colonies, and West Africa
Middle Passage a part of the Triangular trade when enslaved Africans were shipped to the West Indies
cash crop farm crop raised to be sold for money
surplus excess; amount left over after necessary expenses are paid
Tidewater a region of flat, low-lying plains along the seacoast
backcountry a region of hills and forests west of the Tidewater
overseer person who supervises a large operation or its workers
slave code laws passed in Southern states that controlled and restricted enslaved people
rely depend
principal most important
Created by: mshellabarger