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5 Cash Crops From The Thirteen Colonies
5 Cash Crops From The Thirteen Colonies
5 Cash Crops From The Thirteen Colonies
5 Cash Crops From The Thirteen Colonies
5 Cash Crops From The Thirteen Colonies
5 Cash Crops From The Thirteen Colonies
5 Cash Crops From The Thirteen Colonies
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5 Cash Crops From The Thirteen Colonies

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Cash Crops
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Lensey and Briannalise

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  • 1. Cash Crops From The Southern Colonies !!!!  By: Lensey Carolina Sibri and Briannalise Bermudez
  • 2. How and Where was Indigo Grown
    • Was grown in the Southern Colonies
    • Some shrub species grow as Ornamentals.
    • Grown in hot climate
    • Was grown in the soil
  • 3. What Was It Used For?
    • Used for paintings and designs
    • To color the pot
    • Was used to make good economy
  • 4. Notes
    • *Indigo is a shrub or perennial
    • *It is the source of indigo dye
    • *Indigo was good for people in the Colonies
    • *
  • 5. Paragraph
    • Indigo was grown in Sothern Colonies. Indigo a plant and was used to paint and design pots and other things. Indigo was a cash crop. Indigo was good for people because it helped them earn money. Indigo was a great plant. Indigo was a good economy for the Southern Colonies. Indigo was grown in hot climate. Some shrub species grown as ornamentals.It was grown in the soil. Indigo was a shrub or
  • 6. Continuation
    • Perennial. It is the source of indigo dye.
  • 7. Glossary
    • Cash crop- is a crop that people grow

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