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Chapter 4 vocab im

Backcountry ran along the appalachian mountains through the far western part of the other regions
Subsistence Farming people produced just enough food for themselves and and a little extra to trade
Triangular trade trading route with 3 stops
Navigation acts ensured emgland made money from its colonies trade
smuggling importing or exporting goods illegally
cash crop crops raised to be sold for money
gristmill where people crushed grain to produce flour or meal
diversity variety
artisan craftspeople
conestoga wagon wagons to carry produce to town
indigo plant that yeilds a deep blue dye
eliza lucas introduced indigo
william byrd 2 best known southern planter
overseers watched over slaves
stono rebellion slaves killed planters and started marching.They were soon killed.
appalachian mountains monutains that stretch form canada to alabama
fall line where waterfalls prevent boats large boats from moving farther upriver
piedmont foot of mountains
clan groups of families
Created by: M0302774