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Vocab Chapter 4 Lessons 1-4
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Producing just enough to meet immediate needs.
A crop that can be easily sold in markets.
Variety, such as of ethnic groups, or national groups.
To depend upon.
Trade route between three destinations, such as Britain, West Africa, and the West Indies.
Rules focusing on the behavior and punishment of enslaved people; laws in southern states that controlled enslaved people.
An economic theory whose goal is building a state's wealth and power by increasing exports and accumulation precious metals in return.
To sell abroad.
To bring in from foreign markets.
Laws that forced colonists to sell their raw materials to England.
The permanent movement of people into one country from another nation.
The Democratic ideas, practices, and values that are the heart of citizenship in free society.
An illness that affects large numbers of people.
A person who learns trade from a skilled crafts-person.
A military made up of ordinary citizens.
A group of Native Americans in Eastern North America joined together under one general government.
A partnership; a system in which countries agree to defend each other or to advance common causes.
To take no side.
Ottawa Chief, brought Ottawa, Potawatomi, and Oijbwa tribes together.
What tribes did the Iroquois Confederacy consist of?
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