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Ch. 4 Vocab

subsistence farming producing just enough to meet immediate needs.
cash crop a crop that can be sold easily in markets.
diversity variety, such as of ethnic or national groups.
principal most important.
rely to depend upon.
triangular trade trade route between three destinations, such as Britain, West Africa, and the West Indies.
slave code rules focusing on the behavior and punishment of enslaved people.
representative government a system by which people elect delegates to make laws and conduct government.
suspend to set aside or temporarily stop operation of something.
impose to force on others.
mercantilism an economic theory whose goal is building a state’s wealth and power by increasing exports and accumulating precious metals in return.
export to sell abroad.
import to bring in from foreign markets.
immigration the permanent movement of people into one country from other nation.
epidemic an illness that affects large numbers of people.
adapt to change in response to a new set of conditions.
apprentice a young person who learns a trade from a skilled crafts person.
emphasis a special stress or indication of importance.
civic virtue the democratic ideas, practices, and values that are at the heart of citizenship in a free society.
militia a military force made up of ordinary citizens.
convert to change the religious beliefs of someone.
roquois Confederacy a group of Native American nations in eastern North America joined together under one general government.
alliance partnership.
neutral taking no side.
Created by: Xavier Vanhorn