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3rd grade SC standards

Germans Settlers who came for land. They settled in the back country and grew wheat. Known as "the breadbasket of the colony".
European Jews We came for religious freedom. We built a synagogue that is still there today.
English from Barbados We came for land to start rice and sugar plantations. We helped make Carolina one of the riches colonies.
Scots-Irish We came for religious freedom. We always built a church first, then our town around it.
Huguenots Came from France for religious freedom. We started the SC Society.
colony Land under the control of another country
Lords Proprietors The eight noblemen from England who were given land by the King of England to repay a debt.
Ireland and Barbados Where did the colonists stopped on their way to Carolina to learn how to start a new colony
Fundamental Constitution Laws written to get people to come to Carolina. (freedom of religion, free land, a say in government, can move up in society)
cash crop A crop grown to sell and make money.
Royal Colonial Government Government under the control of the King of England.
Rice and Indigo The first two cash crops in SC.
Carolina Gold The nickname given to rice because it made people a lot of money.
Indego A plant used to make blue dye.
Yemassee War A war started by the Native Americans in the low country because the colonists were taking their land
Cherokee War A war started by the Native Americans in the back country over land and because the governor broke a promise to help them.
enslaved to lose your freedom, to be under the control of someone
plantation A large farm.
Gullah A mixture of African and English languages.
sweet grass baskets One of the traditions kept alive by the Gullah people.
resist to go against something or someone
Stono Rebellion when a group of slaves got together and marched toward Charles Town hoping to get to Florida to be free.
Created by: aneal01