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Chapter 6 Lesson 1

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An worked long hours often more than hours a day and rarely had a day off. Apprentice and twelve
Becoming an was a great opportunity. Artisan
An is a skilled worker who makes things by hands. Artisan
In the mid 1700's there was a growing need for. Artisans
Most apprentices were. Boys
Some who were apprentices who learned how to sew and cook. Girl
Not all young people worked as apprentices some grew up on. Farms
Children were given jobs such as gathering for fires, serving and helping in the. Wood,Food, and Garden
When they got older they chopped and and joined their fathers at work in fields. Wood,Hunted
Girls helped make items like and food for the family Soap,candles,clothing
The economy was based on products from the forest and sea life. England
A chief export was Timber
Trees their were used to build ships. Houses and ships
The economy was based on products and chief export called. Wheat and Iron
Their are powered by moving water. Mills
The mills would grind and then shipped that flour to other colonies by boat. Wheat and flour
The economy was based on farming Southern
Farms ranged from small to large where worked. Plantations and slaves
Cash crops from their were. Indigo,rice, and tobacco
Charleston became a thriving trade centers.What others were there? Boston and New York plus Philadelphia
What kind of trade was important to colonial trade. Slave
Some trade routes were called. Triangular
Created by: jbaker4



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