chp.4 life in the colonies
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a nation that is a military partner
a worker skilled in a trade, usually done by hand.
to trade goods or services for other goods or services without using money.
a societal group
the usual pattern of weather in a place over a period of time
showing much variety
a product sent from one country to another to be sold.
a product brought into a country to be sold.
King Philips war
a conflict between the colonists and the wampanong tribe, lead by Metacom, who was called king Philip by the settlers. Meta come suffered a terrible defeat in this war.
economic ideas popular in the 1600s and 1700s which suggested that governments should limit imports but increase manufacturing and exports.
the part of the of the triangular trade route in which captured and enslaved Africans were sent by ship, under terrible conditions, to be sold in the Americas.
an attack on the British settlers in the Ohio river Valley led by an Ottawan leader named Pontiac. the British crushed the rebellion.
Proclamation of 1763
an order by King George ||| of England that blocked colonists from settling lands west of the Appalachian mountains.
resources that are used to manufacture products.
an area that shares physical or human characteristics.
the practice of owning and controlling people against their will
a formal agreement between countries