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tobacco plantations

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Gene Monahan

on 23 November 2016

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Transcript of tobacco plantations

BY: Presley Knott
people used tobacco as a CASH CROP
A CASH CROP is a crop grown in large feilds used as MONEY
When the planters grew tobacco gardens they stored all of the tobacco in a HOGSHEAD. Then when they had up to 1000 pounds of tobacco in their HOGSHEAD they would have enough to get clothing, tools, and household goods.
TOBACCO PLANTATIONS
Tobacco vocabulary
.CASH CROP
.HOGSHEAD
.MONEY
.MERTANTILISM
.LABOR INTENSIVE
BY: RESLEY KNOTT
LABOR INTENSIVE

Tobacco is a very LABOR INTENSIVE crop that takes about a year to finnish growing.
Labor Intensive means there are plenty of people working hard to produce something
MERTANTILISM

MERTANTILISM is an "economic system relying on colonies to provide a nation's raw materials and then selling the finished goods back to the colonies for a profit"

MONEY

Money is "a medium of exchange ( currency which includes coins and paper bills)"
PHOTO CREDITS TO:
GOOGLE IMAGES
BY: PRESLEY KNOTT
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