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A person who was put in prison for owing money is a _______.
The land beyond, or “in back of” was called the ____>
A hired person who watches enslaved people as they work is called a _______.
A group of people who rely on each other is _______.
A person who is paid to buy and sell for someone else is a ______.
A written plan of government is called ______.
Who founded Maryland?
What was the name of the act that gave religious freedom to the people of Maryland?
Where did most enslaved people work?
Where was the first settlement in North America for free Africans located?
What was the main cash crop grown in Maryland?
What was the main cash crop in South Carolina?
What was the capital of the Virginia Colony?
In the original colony of Carolina, most of the governing power belonged to ____.
The proprietors and the king
The most successful plantations were located ______.
On rivers and by ports
What was the name of the first settlement of free Africans?
The owner of a plantation is a _________.
Catholics found refuge in _____.
Carolina Gold was a name given to _________.
__________ came up with the idea of settling Georgia with debtors from English prisons.
Name three ways enslaved Africans resisted?
Worked slowly pretended to be sick Broke tools
What were the two main reasons that eh Calvert family founded the colony of Maryland?
To make money and to have a refuge for Catholics
Why was it necessary to divide Carolina?
It was too large to govern.
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