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A person who worked for another person without pay for a period of time
A. indentured servant
B. constitution
C. indigo
D. debtor
A written plan of government
A. indentured servant
B. constitution
C. indigo
D. debtor
A plant from which blue dye is made
A. indentured servant
B. constitution
C. indigo
D. debtor
A person who owed money
A. indentured servant
B. constitution
C. indigo
D. debtor
Why did the Catholics settle in Maryland?
They were looking for religious freedom
What were the 2 main cash crops of the Carolinas?
rice and indigo
Who settled in Georgia?
Debtors
What was the most important city in Virginia?
Williamsburg
A plantation owner
A. planter
B. overseer
C. spiritual
A person who watched the field slaves as they worked
A. planter
B. overseer
C. spiritual
A religious song
A. planter
B. overseer
C. spiritual
Who was treated better, house slaves or field slaves?
house slaves
How were children of a planter educated?
By tutors on the plantation
Where might sons of planters finish their education?
In Europe
A person learning a trade
A. apprentice
B. county seat
C. constitution
The main town for a county
A. apprentice
B. county seat
C. constitution
Why were there less towns and cities in the Southern Colonies?
Because the plantations were so large and spread out
Why were county seats so important to people living on plantations?
1. They were places to trade
2. They were places to go to church
3. They were places where decisions about government were made
4. They were places where slaves were bought and sold
What was the largest city in the Southern Colonies?
Charles Town