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chapter 4 vocab

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a region that ran along the apalchian mountains backcountry
a farm that produces enough food for the family substinence farming
transatlantic system of trade for goods such as slaves triangular trade
illegaly importing and exporting goods smuggling
a crop grown by a farmer to be sold for money rather then possesion cash crop
a mill in which grain is ground to produce flour or meal grist mill
a variety of people diversity
a skilled worker such as a weaver or a potter who makes money by hand artisan
a vehicle with wide wheels a curved bed and a canvas cover conestoga wagon
a plant grown in the southern colonies that yields a blue dye indigo
she introduced indigo as a succesfull plantation crop eliza lucas
he is a great writer and his most famous work is history of the dividing william byrd 2
a worker hired by a planter to watch over and direct work of slaves overseer
an uprising of slaves in south carolina leading the tightening of alreday harsh slave laws stono rebelion
a mountain range that streches from eastern canada to south alabma apalachian mountains
the point at which a waterfall prevents large boats from going up river fall line
a broad plateau that leads to the foot of a mountain range piedmont
a large group of famillies that have a common ancestor clan
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