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S.S. - Ch. 6 Vocab

Social Studies - Unit 3 - Chapter 6 Vocabulary

Proprietor A person who owned and controlled all the land in a colony.
Representative Someone who is chosen to speak and act for others.
Treaty An official agreement between nations or groups.
Cost A loss or sacrifice.
Benefit A gain or advantage.
Free Market Economy The people, not the government, decide what will be produced.
Free Enterprise The economic system in which people may start any business that they believe will succeed.
Artisan A person who is skilled at making something by hand, such as silver spoons or wooden chairs.
Laborer A person who does hard physical work.
Apprentice Someone who studies with a master to learn a skill or business.
Plantation A large farm on which crops are raised by workers who live on the farm.
Legislature A group of people with the power to make and change laws.
Refuge A safe place.
Debtor A person who owes money.
Indigo A plant that can be made into a dark blue dye.
Overseer A person who watches and directs the work of other people.
Spiritual An African American religious folk song.
Created by: Magnuson