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Chapter 4 vocabBV

Area of the colonies which ran along the Appalachian Mountains and through the far Western part of the other regions. Backcountry
When farmers produce just enough food for themselves and sometimes a little extra to trade in town. subsistence farming
A trading route with three stops. Triangular trade
These had four major provisions designed to ensure that England made money from its colonies' Navigation Acts
Importing or exporting goods legally smuggling
Crops raised to be sold for money cash crop
These millers crushed the grain between heavy stone to produce flour or meal gristmill
Variety diversity
Craftspeople artisans
These wagons used wide wheels for dirt roads and to carry their produce into town. Conestoga Wagons
A plant that yields a deep blue dye indigo
She introduced indigo as a successful plantation crop Eliza Lucus
Well known of the Southern planters and who took over his father's responsibilities after he died. William Byrd 2
Men hired by planters to watch over and direct the work of slaves overseers
One famous incident of slavery was... Stono Rebellion
Long mountain range that goes from Eastern Canada south to Alabama. Appalation Mountains
Where waterfalls prevent large boats from moving farther upriver. fall line
Broad plateau that leads to the Blue Ridge Mountains of the Appalation range piedmont
Large groups of families clans
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