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Southern Colonies

Grade 4

What was the main cash crop In Maryland, Virginia, and northern North Carolina? tobacco
What major cash crop in South Carolina is also called Carolina gold? rice
What cash crop in South Carolina was used in the clothmaking process? indigo
What are the five Southern colonies? Maryland, Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia
What was the most important industry in the Southern colonies? farming
What Native American tribe helped free Africans and gave them land? Seminole
What was the first settlement in North America for free Africans? Fort Mose
Who founded the Georgia colony? James Oglethorpe
What natural resource helped the people of Wilmington, North Carolina? Forest
What is it called when one depends on one another for economic resources? interdependence
What is a plantation owner called? a planter
What was a hired person who watched enslaved people as they worked called? overseer
Created by: mochateacher