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constitution Foundational Government Document
debtor One who owes money to a lender
backcountry "in back of" the area settled by Europeans
George Calvert Lord Baltimore, Requested Charter from King Charles I
Cecilius Calvert George Calvert's eldest son
James Oglethorpe sent English debtors to make a new colony
Maryland Traveled to by many new colonists
Virginia Was separated from Maryland from the Chesakeap bay
North Carolina Was split by lord proprietors
South Carolina Was split by lord proprietors
Georgia Claimed by England and France and Spain
planter A plantation owner
overseer Hired to watch slaves
Spanish Florida A refuge to free Africans
Fort Mose Became the first settlement in North America for free Africans
Indigo a dye from indigo plants
Interdependence need someone to help you
Broker someone who is paid to buy or sell for someone else
Eliza Lucus Pinckney experimented with indigo plants
Charles Town a trade colony
Baltimore founded in 1729 on the patapsco river
Wilmington was helped by forests and trade
Created by: Isaacmongo12and8



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