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13 Colonies-7th Grade

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New England

Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Rhode Island
Connecticut

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Middle Colonies

New York
New Jersey
Delaware
Pennsylvania

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Southern Colonies

Maryland
Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georiga

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pilgrims

group of English Protestants who came to Massachusetts Bay

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puritans

English settlers who sought religious freedom in America

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religious toleration

willingness to let other practice their beliefs

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cash crops

crops sold at market for money

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Quakers

reformers who believed in equality of all people

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Triangular Trade

molasses to rum to slaves

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export

trade products sent to outside markets

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import

trade products brought into country

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Mason-Dixon Line

boundary between Maryland and Pennsylvania, Middle and Southern

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slave code

laws controlling the loves of Blacks/denied them rights

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mercantilism

theory that a country with more wealth has more power, for this reason they keep control over their colonies

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indigo

a blue dye

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debtor

a person who cannot pay money he/she owes

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legislature

a group of people who have the power to make laws

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persecution

mistreatment of people becuase of their beliefs


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