History - Chapter 5
The business of farming.
In colonial times, the name given to the eastern foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.
To send goods to other countries for sale or use.
The way a country's people use natural resources, money, and knowledge to produce goods and services.
Good for growing.
An economic system in which people can own property and businesses are free to decide what to make, how much to produce, and what price to charge.
To bring goods from another country for sale or use.
All of the business that make up one kind of product or provide one kind of service.
The middle leg of the triangular trade route in colonial times in which captive Africans were shipped to the West Indies to be sold into slavery.
A large farm that often grows one crop.
Rules made by colonial planters that controlled the lives of enslaved Africans.
The business of buying and selling people for profit.
An amount greater than what is needed.
The three-sided trade route between Africa, the West Indies and colonial New England which involved the slave trade as well as the trading of goods.
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