The Native Americans who lived in the South-Eastern portion of the U.S. before the Europeans.
Trade route on the Atlantic ocean where slaves, sugar and rum were throughout 3 main ports.
The idea that the colonies existed to benefit the mother country.
The first European settlement inside what is now the United States territory.
Were colonies on the Atlantic coast that founded the United States of America.
a colony ruled by officials appointed by and are responsible to the reigning sovereign of the parent state.
A colony where the people remained subject to their mother country.
Rice and Indigo were traded and sold making carolina rich.
Strict laws defining slaves, their treatment, and their rules.
A conflict between British settlers and different Native American tribes.
The largest slave uprising in the British mainland colonies prior to the American Revolution.
A war fought between Great Britain and France over land.
A conflict between the Cherokee indians and Great Britain during the French and Indian War.
A tax placed on sugar that was bought by American Colonists.
A North and South Carolina uprising when citizens took up arms against corrupt colonial officials.
The rule that a tax had to be payed on every paper they used.
A group formed to protect the colonists rights against the British Government.
It forced colonists to buy British Tea
The war between America and Great Britain to fight for America's independence.
The division of the land into smaller units under private ownership
A document that stated the states were seperating from Great Britain and becoming independent.
Describes structure and function to the state of South Carolina.
A battle in The Revolutionary War that was a major victory for the British in the Southern theater.
A battle during The Revolutionary War fought between the Patriot and Loyalist Miltias. Which was a decisive victory for the Patriots.
The first constitution of the original 13 states.
A battle during The American Revolutionary War that was a decisive victory for the Continental Forces.
Was a battle in The Revolutionary War which was the last major engagement in the carolinas.
A compromise that settled the representation of slaves.
An agreement during the Constitutional Convention of 1787 protecting the interests of slaveholders by forbidding Congress the power to tax the export of goods.
Stated the supreme law, and rights of the people.
Defined legislative structure and representation that each state would have.
Massive trading if cotton from the south to foreign countries.
A machine that quickly separated cotton fibers from their seeds.
A law that made the U.S. not be allowed to trade with foreign countries.
A conflict between the U.S. and Great Britain over trade restrictions.
A general in the American Civil War who served for the Union and was honored for his military strategy.
A plot by a slave to start a massive slave uprising in charleston.
A huge disagreement of tariffs by the federal government.
People tried to get slavery abolished and all slaves freed.
An enslaved African who stole a ship to free himself and his family
Created Kansas and Nebraska and also allowed slavery through popular sovereignty.
A case that was taken to the Supreme Court, which decided that slaves were not citizens and they could not regulate slavery.
A presidential election that would spark the Civil War, which Abraham Lincoln won.
The first battle of the American Civil War
States and people who seceded from the U.S.
A war between several southern states who seceded from the U.S. and the North.
One of the first amphibious battles of the American Civil War.
A government set up by several southern states declaring their secession from the U.S.
When resources for war, that were needed, were destroyed.
The assassination of the U.S. president Abraham Lincoln as the American Civil War was drawing to an end.