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Chapter 3 history

Slave codes Depended on color
Hugenots Came to not be persecuted
Indigo Grown in south Carolina
Iron workers Iron act 1750 Restricted metal processing Expensive
Triangle trade America, Europe, and africa
Gullah A mixture of English and african Made communication easier
Covenant All had surrogate families
Stono 1739 100 slaves killed whites Mostly executed Closed Charleston port 1 decade
Premogenture Passing if all inherited property to son
Enlightenment Reason advanced knowledge Politics and education doesnt have to come from God
GA 1730-40 Women and young sons followed powerful preachers colony to colony
Edwards Education for religion
Cotton mather Small pox vaccine
John zenger Freedom of press
Created by: Bernadette31