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banish
force someone to leave
meetinghouse
the most important building in a Puritan village, the center of their religion and government
Middle Passage
the part of the triangular trade from Africa to America, which made the New England merchants very wealthy and involved slaves
industry
a business to make and sell a product or service
wilderness
a wild and unsettled land
import
items bought from distant places
self-sufficient
to provide for all of your own needs
wampum
the Native American form of money, made from polished shells that were put on strings
magistrate
the leader of a Puritan government
dissenters
people who disagreed with the views of their leaders.
shipyards
places where ships are built and repaired
triangular trade
a shipping route between Africa, Europe, and North America, so-called because the merchant ships involved took paths which formed a triangle