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Social Studies, Chapter 7 - The Southern Colonies
Indentured Servant
Slave
James Oglethorpe
Indigo
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
The English leader and General who founded the colony of Geor…
A royal blue dye made from the indigo plant and widely used i…
Indentured Servant
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
Slave
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
18 terms
Social Studies Chapter 7 The Southern Colonies
constitution
debtor
backcountry/Piedmont
circle graph
a written plan of government
a person who was put in prison for owing money
the land between the Coastal Plain and the Appalachian Mounta…
a round chart that can be divided into pieces, or parts, ofte…
constitution
a written plan of government
debtor
a person who was put in prison for owing money
15 terms
5th Grade - Social Studies, Chapter 7 - The Southern Colonies
James Oglethorpe
Eliza Lucas Pinckney
George Calvert
Wilmington
The English leader who founded the Georgia Colony as a place…
The 17 year old daughter of a plantation owner who successful…
Member of the Virginia Company and the first Lord Baltimore;…
North Carolina, natural resource, farming and forests
James Oglethorpe
The English leader who founded the Georgia Colony as a place…
Eliza Lucas Pinckney
The 17 year old daughter of a plantation owner who successful…
18 terms
Social Studies Chapter 7 The Southern Colonies
constitution
debtor
backcountry/Piedmont
circle graph
a written plan of government
a person who was put in prison for owing money
the land between the Coastal Plain and the Appalachian Mounta…
a round chart that can be divided into pieces, or parts, ofte…
constitution
a written plan of government
debtor
a person who was put in prison for owing money
26 terms
Social Studies- Chapter 7: The Southern Colonies
Maryland
Lord Baltimore II
Leonard Calvert
Colonists of Maryland
founded by the Calverts, a family of wealthy Catholic landown…
founder of Maryland
governor of Maryland
were indentured servants
Maryland
founded by the Calverts, a family of wealthy Catholic landown…
Lord Baltimore II
founder of Maryland
21 terms
Social Studies - Chapter 7 The Southern Colonies
constitution
debtor
backcountry
planter
a written plan of government
people who had been put in prison for owing money
beyond the area settled by Europeans
or plantation owner
constitution
a written plan of government
debtor
people who had been put in prison for owing money
26 terms
Social Studies- Chapter 7: The Southern Colonies
Maryland
Lord Baltimore II
Leonard Calvert
Colonists of Maryland
founded by the Calverts, a family of wealthy Catholic landown…
founder of Maryland
governor of Maryland
were indentured servants
Maryland
founded by the Calverts, a family of wealthy Catholic landown…
Lord Baltimore II
founder of Maryland
14 terms
Social Studies, Chapter 7: The Southern Colonies
Tobacco
Plantations
Georgia
Virginia
What was the main cash crop of the northern area of the South…
Slaves worked on these in the Southern Colonies.
This colony was founded by James Oglethorpe.
The Carolina Colony extended from _______ to Spanish Florida.
Tobacco
What was the main cash crop of the northern area of the South…
Plantations
Slaves worked on these in the Southern Colonies.
18 terms
Social Studies Chapter 7 The Southern Colonies
constitution
debtor
backcountry/Piedmont
circle graph
a written plan of government
a person who was put in prison for owing money
the land between the Coastal Plain and the Appalachian Mounta…
a round chart that can be divided into pieces, or parts, ofte…
constitution
a written plan of government
debtor
a person who was put in prison for owing money
14 terms
Social Studies Chapter 7, The Southern Colonies
Who founded Maryland and gave the Cath…
True or False: Maryland had much in co…
What was the main cash crop in the nor…
In the early 1700s, what was the large…
Lord Baltimore
True
Tobacco
Virginia
Who founded Maryland and gave the Cath…
Lord Baltimore
True or False: Maryland had much in co…
True
8 terms
Cooper Social Studies Chapter 7 - Southern Colonies
Why was Maryland founded?
What was the geography like in Maryland?
What was the Maryland economy like?
What was the government like in Maryla…
Founded by Cecilius Calvert, Lord Baltimore, to make money an…
It had the Chesapeake Bay, good farmland, easy access to the…
Small farming, lumbering, shipping, fishing, cattle and slave…
At first a governor made decisions. Later white male property…
Why was Maryland founded?
Founded by Cecilius Calvert, Lord Baltimore, to make money an…
What was the geography like in Maryland?
It had the Chesapeake Bay, good farmland, easy access to the…
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5th Grade - Social Studies, Chapter 7 - The Southern Colonies
James Oglethorpe
George Calvert
Wilmington
Baltimore
The English leader who founded the Georgia Colony as a place…
Member of the Virginia Company and the first Lord Baltimore;…
North Carolina, natural resource, farming and forests
Maryland, founded in 1729, large exporting and major center f…
James Oglethorpe
The English leader who founded the Georgia Colony as a place…
George Calvert
Member of the Virginia Company and the first Lord Baltimore;…
52 terms
5th Grade - Social Studies, Chapter 7 - The Southern Colonies
Indentured Servant
Slave
James Oglethorpe
Indigo
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
The English leader and General who founded the colony of Geor…
A royal blue dye made from the indigo plant and widely used i…
Indentured Servant
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
Slave
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
13 terms
5th grade social studies chapter 7 - The Southern Colonies
constitution
debtor
backcountry
circle graph
A written plan of government.
A person who was put in prison for owing money.
The land between the Coastal Plain and the Appalachian Mounta…
A round chart that can be divided into pieces, or parts, ofte…
constitution
A written plan of government.
debtor
A person who was put in prison for owing money.
15 terms
Social Studies - Chapter 7 The Southern Colonies (Flashcards only)
What were some of the ways the enslave…
What caused conflicts between the Sout…
George Calvert
Cecilius Calvert
- tried to keep their culture alive... - told stories... - sang son…
- Colonists built settlements on lands where the Native Ameri…
Also called Lord Baltimore, had invested in the Virginia Comp…
George Calvert's oldest son, became the new Lord Baltimore an…
What were some of the ways the enslave…
- tried to keep their culture alive... - told stories... - sang son…
What caused conflicts between the Sout…
- Colonists built settlements on lands where the Native Ameri…
21 terms
SS Chapter 7 - Southern Colonies
constitution
debtor
backcountry
George Calvert
a written plan of government
a person who was put in prison for owing money
the land beyond, or in the back of, the area settled by Europ…
member of the Virginia Company and the first Lord of Baltimor…
constitution
a written plan of government
debtor
a person who was put in prison for owing money
20 terms
Social Studies Chapter 7 Southern Colonies Test STUFFFFFF!!!!
Who was Lord Baltimore?
What did Lord Baltimore do?
What was the Toleration Act?
True or False: The original colony of…
He was a member of the Calvert family, a wealthy Catholic fam…
He founded the Maryland Colony.
A document that allowed religious freedom to all Christians i…
False. The actual area is Virginia and Georgia.
Who was Lord Baltimore?
He was a member of the Calvert family, a wealthy Catholic fam…
What did Lord Baltimore do?
He founded the Maryland Colony.
52 terms
5th Grade - Social Studies, Chapter 7 - The Southern Colonies
Indentured Servant
Slave
James Oglethorpe
Indigo
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
The English leader and General who founded the colony of Geor…
A royal blue dye made from the indigo plant and widely used i…
Indentured Servant
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
Slave
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
47 terms
5th Grade - Social Studies, Chapter 7 - The Southern Colonies
Indentured Servant
Slave
James Oglethorpe
Indigo
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
The English leader and General who founded the colony of Geor…
A royal blue dye made from the indigo plant and widely used i…
Indentured Servant
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
Slave
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
47 terms
5th Grade - Social Studies, Chapter 7 - The Southern Colonies
Indentured Servant
Slave
James Oglethorpe
Indigo
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
The English leader and General who founded the colony of Geor…
A royal blue dye made from the indigo plant and widely used i…
Indentured Servant
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
Slave
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
15 terms
Social Studies Ch 7: Southern Colonies
indentured servant
Eliza Lucas Pinckney
James Oglethorpe
Williamsburg
is a person who agreed to work for another person without pay…
is known for developing a type of indigo for dyeing cloth.
founded the Georgia colony in order to give debtors a new sta…
In 1699, Virginia moved its capital to
indentured servant
is a person who agreed to work for another person without pay…
Eliza Lucas Pinckney
is known for developing a type of indigo for dyeing cloth.
24 terms
Social Studies-Chapter 7-Southern Colonies - Vocabulary-Westpheling
planter
back country
debtor
constitution
plantation owner
the land beyond or in back of the area settled by Europeans
a person who has been put in jail for owing money
a written plan of government
planter
plantation owner
back country
the land beyond or in back of the area settled by Europeans
47 terms
5th Grade - Social Studies, Chapter 7 - The Southern Colonies
Indentured Servant
Slave
James Oglethorpe
Indigo
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
The English leader and General who founded the colony of Geor…
A royal blue dye made from the indigo plant and widely used i…
Indentured Servant
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
Slave
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
47 terms
SS Chapter 7-The Southern Colonies
Indentured Servant
Slave
James Oglethorpe
Indigo
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
The English leader and General who founded the colony of Geor…
A royal blue dye made from the indigo plant and widely used i…
Indentured Servant
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
Slave
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
47 terms
5th Grade - Social Studies, Chapter 7 - The Southern Colonies
Indentured Servant
Slave
James Oglethorpe
Indigo
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
The English leader and General who founded the colony of Geor…
A royal blue dye made from the indigo plant and widely used i…
Indentured Servant
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
Slave
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
47 terms
5th Grade - Social Studies, Chapter 7 - The Southern Colonies
Indentured Servant
Slave
James Oglethorpe
Indigo
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
The English leader and General who founded the colony of Geor…
A royal blue dye made from the indigo plant and widely used i…
Indentured Servant
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
Slave
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
47 terms
SS Chapter 7 The Southern Colonies
Virginia becomes first permanent Engli…
English settles remaining southern col…
English Southern colonies
Founded Maryland, a wealthy catholic l…
1607
1730s
Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia
George Calvert
Virginia becomes first permanent Engli…
1607
English settles remaining southern col…
1730s
47 terms
5th Grade - Social Studies, Chapter 7 - The Southern Colonies
Indentured Servant
How did enslaved people keep their cul…
The way slaves were treated depended o…
What made plantation owners rich?
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
singing, dancing, telling stories
their owners
Cash crops produced by slaves
Indentured Servant
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
How did enslaved people keep their cul…
singing, dancing, telling stories
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Chapter 7- Southern Colonies
Southern Colonies
Virginia
Philadelphia
make money and religious freedom
Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia
The largest of the 13 colonies located in the Southern Coloni…
The largest city of the colonies located in the Middle Coloni…
Reasons Maryland was settled.
Southern Colonies
Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia
Virginia
The largest of the 13 colonies located in the Southern Coloni…
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Chapter 7: The Southern Colonies
Constitution
Debtor
Backcountry
Planter
Written plan of government
People who had been put in prison for owing money
Land between the Coastal Plain and the Appalachian Mountains
Plantation owners
Constitution
Written plan of government
Debtor
People who had been put in prison for owing money
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Social Studies the Southern Colonies ch.#7
indentured servants
House of Burgesses
cash crop
exports
after 5 - 7 years they received their freedom, unlike slaves
governing body of people elected by free white males
selling it mad a profit (cash) for the farmer
crops, goods, etc. made in the colonies and shipped to other…
indentured servants
after 5 - 7 years they received their freedom, unlike slaves
House of Burgesses
governing body of people elected by free white males
16 terms
Chapter 7 Study Guide: The Southern Colonies
What role did Brokers play in the Sout…
What led to conflicts between Southern…
How did enslaved people keep their cul…
How did enslaved Africans resist slave…
Brokers took the planters' crops to market to sell and buy go…
Colonists destroyed Native American villages, and gave them d…
Singing songs about Africa.
They rebelled by breaking tools, pretending to be sick, or wo…
What role did Brokers play in the Sout…
Brokers took the planters' crops to market to sell and buy go…
What led to conflicts between Southern…
Colonists destroyed Native American villages, and gave them d…
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Social Studies 7 - Southern Colonies
According to the economic section of t…
Who did the Southern Colonies mainly t…
What goods did they trade?
What did the wealthy class (Aristocrat…
The three geographic characteristics that made agriculture th…
The southern colonies mainly traded with the English.
The southern colonies traded colonial cash crops and raw mate…
Aristocrats in the southern colonies were plantation owners.
According to the economic section of t…
The three geographic characteristics that made agriculture th…
Who did the Southern Colonies mainly t…
The southern colonies mainly traded with the English.
8 terms
Chapter 7 The Southern Colonies
constitution
debtor
backcountry
planter
a written plan of government
people who had been put in prison for owing money
land beyond or in back of
plantation owner
constitution
a written plan of government
debtor
people who had been put in prison for owing money
15 terms
social studies chap.7 (southern colonies)
indentured servant
apprentice
Wilmington
Boltimore
a person who agreed to work for another without pay for a cer…
young person who learns a job by living and working with a sk…
North Carolina
Maryland
indentured servant
a person who agreed to work for another without pay for a cer…
apprentice
young person who learns a job by living and working with a sk…
15 terms
Chapter 7- Southern Colonies
indentured servant
constitution
indigo
debtor
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
A written plan of government
A plant from which a blue dye can be made
A person who was put in prison for owning money
indentured servant
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
constitution
A written plan of government
14 terms
Social Studies the Southern Colonies ch.#7
indentured servants
House of Burgesses
cash crop
exports
after 5 - 7 years they received their freedom, unlike slaves
governing body of people elected by free white males
selling it mad a profit (cash) for the farmer
crops, goods, etc. made in the colonies and shipped to other…
indentured servants
after 5 - 7 years they received their freedom, unlike slaves
House of Burgesses
governing body of people elected by free white males
9 terms
The Southern Colonies - Chapter 7
indentured servant
constitution
indigo
debtor
person who agreed to work for a colonial employer for a speci…
A written plan of government
A plant used for making blue dye
A person who owes money
indentured servant
person who agreed to work for a colonial employer for a speci…
constitution
A written plan of government
52 terms
SS Chapter 7-The Southern Colonies
Indentured Servant
Slave
James Oglethorpe
Indigo
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
The English leader and General who founded the colony of Geor…
A royal blue dye made from the indigo plant and widely used i…
Indentured Servant
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
Slave
A person usually of African origin, often sold like property…
16 terms
Chapter 7 Southern Colonies
indentured servant
constitution
indigo
debtor
a person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
a written plan of government
a plant from which a blue dye can be made
a person who was put in prison for owing money
indentured servant
a person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
constitution
a written plan of government
17 terms
Chapter 7 study guide(the southern colonies)
Who founded the Maryland Colony to giv…
Where did most enslaved Africans work…
The Piedmont is called the?
Which Southern Colony did James Ogleth…
Lord Baltimore
On plantations
Back country
Georgia
Who founded the Maryland Colony to giv…
Lord Baltimore
Where did most enslaved Africans work…
On plantations
46 terms
Chapter 7- Southern Colonies
Southern Colonies
Virginia
Philadelphia
make money and religious freedom
Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia
The largest of the 13 colonies located in the Southern Coloni…
The largest city of the colonies located in the Middle Coloni…
Reasons Maryland was settled.
Southern Colonies
Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia
Virginia
The largest of the 13 colonies located in the Southern Coloni…
20 terms
Social Studies Chapter 6 Middle & Southern Colonies
proprietor
representative
treaty
cost
a person who owned and controlled all the land in a colony
someone who is chosen to speak and act for others
an official agreement between nations or groups
a loss or sacrifice
proprietor
a person who owned and controlled all the land in a colony
representative
someone who is chosen to speak and act for others
24 terms
Chapter 7: The Southern Colonies
constitution
debtor
backcountry
planter
a written plan of government
people who had been put into prison for owing money
the land between the Coastal Plain and the Appalachian Mounta…
plantation owner
constitution
a written plan of government
debtor
people who had been put into prison for owing money
Chapter 7 Southern Colonies Study Guide
Constitution
Debtor
Bankcountry
Planter
a written plan for government
people who owe money
land beyond settled areas
plantation owners
Constitution
a written plan for government
Debtor
people who owe money
31 terms
Chapter 7: The Southern Colonies Review
Without who the Southern plantation ec…
Planter
What were the two way the Enslaved peo…
overseer
The Enslaved People
Plantation owner
their culture and religion
a person hired to manage slaves on a day-to-day basis
Without who the Southern plantation ec…
The Enslaved People
Planter
Plantation owner
8 terms
Chapter 7 The Southern Colonies
constitution
backcountry
debtor
planter
A written plan of government.
The land beyond, or in back of, the area settled by Europeans.
A person who was put in prison for owing money.
A plantation owner.
constitution
A written plan of government.
backcountry
The land beyond, or in back of, the area settled by Europeans.
15 terms
Chapter 7-The Southern Colonies
Indentured Servant
Constitution
Indigo
Debtor
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
A written plan government,for the colony.
A blue dye.
People who were in prison for owing money to settle the colony.
Indentured Servant
A person who agreed to work for another person without pay fo…
Constitution
A written plan government,for the colony.
9 terms
Social Studies chapter 8, southern colonies
tidewater
cash crop
export
House of Burgesses
a coastal area of the south with rivers that rise and fall wi…
a crop that a farmer grows only to sell
a product shipped to another country to be sold
the law making branch of Virginia's government
tidewater
a coastal area of the south with rivers that rise and fall wi…
cash crop
a crop that a farmer grows only to sell
15 terms
Chapter 7-the southern colonies
indentured servant
constitution
indigo
debtor
Colonists who received free passage to North America in excha…
A written plan of government
A plant used to make valuable blue dye
A person who owes money
indentured servant
Colonists who received free passage to North America in excha…
constitution
A written plan of government
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